By Nelson Rodriguez
Working with my group was the best experience EVER! Not only did 60% of them never show up, but I also had to come up with the idea all by myself, well with the small help from one person of course. I will never forget how this other individual showed up last second and clutched his slides out and thought it was all good. In fact, I loved how we all individually did our own parts instead of sharing our ideas with each other, because you know, teamwork makes the dreamwork. I just loved every single moment of procrastination, because waiting for nothing is the best way to get things done. For extra credit, I decided to form a team where everyone could become better slackers. The name of this team is “Lounge-Lizard” and our motto is “We are too lazy to stop being lazy”. Why should people be forced to do work in college? Work is overrated and should be banned in every college across the United States. In fact, work is time consuming.
To be completely honest, I would love to do this again, but this time, don’t group me with all the hard working people because that’s boring. Instead, I want to get grouped with all the slackers in the class. Who wouldn’t want to stress people to do their work 24/7, isn’t that what college is all about? But on a serious note, I would like to thank all the people that helped me during this presentation: My laptop for always being there for me, my notes for always being a reference, my writing utensils for always being on point, and most of all, H2O because who doesn’t like water, right?
Nelson Rodriguez is a Freshman criminal justice major at Monroe College in New Rochelle, New York.