High school and group projects: a duo that I'm forever grateful I left behind in 2009. Depending on the dynamics of the actual group, the project could be a breeze, with everyone pitching in and contributing based on their strengths. But sometimes, even a simple assignment would turn nightmarish.
The Reddit gods saw fit to bestow upon us a thread encapsulating the worst aspect of group projects: that one person who won't do sh*t. They assume everyone else will complete the actual work and they'll slack comfortably, getting the same grade as their groupmates. Totally unfair, no?
"Elias" lied to evade responsibility for finishing a group project. He didn't expect the OP to follow up - or to call him out for lying.