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  KaySL  |  24

That's a dirty fucking stereotype, #25, and I hope you're feeling suitably ashamed. I can scarcely believe you weren't moderated and impaled on a cedar pike for that.

  StoryOfTheYear  |  13

I think it's funny, how people go nuts about jokes like that, if someone went and said "I see the cracker, but were's the cheese?" to me I'd laugh about it

People get too uptight these days...

  Tessa39  |  0

hahahaha stereotyping stereotypes.. well obviously you're not a smart Asian now are you?

calm your shit. it's a stereotype. that's the point.

  mamamiaaa_fml  |  12

32-that gives me a great idea. wouldnt it be great if professors could actually murder you if you don't get your paper done. I think everyone would do great. I would immediately drop out of school though.

  heyred  |  11

Turn in your part and show the text to your professor. Next time you have a joint project, don't wait until the last minute to tie things up.

  skittle68  |  0

Actually probably not, since I'm sure they were supposed to work on it TOGETHER. If I were the teacher I would probably ask why op didn't know half the paper wasn't done until that day, then regardless of op's work, give him a D

  nature_girl_08  |  14

uh, actually, 71 is right. this was a group project. if i had an important project like this, i would be doing it with my partner until it was completely finished, even if i had to sit there until they completed their half. as a professor, I would probably be a little more lenient on OP if I saw the text, but i would still not give them more than a C. you have to be responsible. that means holding up your end of the duties, as well as collaborating with your partner to make sure they hold up their end. if you only do yours and just rely on or expect your partner to do theirs, you're gonna be in deep water, especially if this was a business and not school.