We're all from different places, of different creeds, from different backgrounds. But there's one thing we can all agree on: Group projects are the worst.
Group projects succeed in teaching you only one thing:
They spark fear in all our hearts:
And they make it clear that you can never, ever count on people:
And that your only friend is yourself:
They're a time when you're forced to take drastic measures:
Where you see people for what they REALLY are:
They are a time where you become an academic chameleon:
And find out how brilliant you are and how truly disappointing everyone else is:
They're a time when you have to turn to music to get your through difficult times:
And sometimes it's like you're in the abyss somewhere, floating, waiting to be found and brought home.
They are also a time where you're forced to work with your worst enemies:
Whether in English class:
And when they try to help, it goes a lot like this:
They're a time when you have to conquer your own fears:
Where you learn the world is an unfair, terrible place:
And people will take whatever they can get:
...at least most of the time:
They're a time when this is literally the worst thing you can see:
Where you're forced to give out sage advice:
Where tensions run high:
And unfortunately, some people must be sacrificed.
But in the end, they give you an experience you'll never forget: