—Spark Notes editors My prom date was really awkward… during the slow songs he would wait for half the song to ask me to dance… he just follwed me around and was really quiet the whole time… The time to find out whether your date is a dancing-hater or pastry-thrower is before you’re standing awkwardly on the dance floor. Or would it be overdoing it to turn up in a long formal thing? If you’re comfortable and you look hot, there’s nothing wrong with going short. My friend thinks he likes me though, and every time I see him more than ten feet away (any closer and I’m pretending he doesn’t exist) we look at eachother and stuff, but that’s probably more because he knows I like him now……he doesn’t seem like the kind most girls would like, and he’s really weird and stuff, but I’m okay with that….this a situation where I should give up, wait, or try and talk to him? If you’re just looking to find out what happened, you could try talking to him about it in a non-confrontational way—something along the lines of, “Hey, you seemed sort of uncomfortable at prom, was everything ok? Are you harshing on everyone else’s prom-anticipating funnery and responding to any prom-related conversations with “PROM IS LAME”? On the other hand, being personally/quietly disinterested in prom is no BFD. But your irritation with it might be a little misplaced, so here’s something to think on: historically, prom isn’t really a “celebration” of anything. None of which makes the idea of prom any less lame. If so, feel free to go to prom (in spite of its lameness.) If not, feel free to stay home and play XBox Live all night.(And by that I mean, “I couldn’t see to type with the gorilla mask on.”) Auntie, I don’t want to go to prom. And I’m not just saying that because I don’t think anyone will ask me. The other, less-pleasant possibility is that he’s not interested and just used your brother as a convenient excuse rather than be blunt about it. Auntie, What happens if someone you know gets the same dress as you? Or do you go and try to return yours, even though that’s not possible? What you can do is make sure that the people who matter (i.e. I get that you and a friend started this up as an in-joke, but the point at which it went public is the point at which your friends should have said, “Hey, enough.” Have you mentioned to any of them that your feelings are hurt?
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She weighed in on wrist flowers (aka corsages), encouraged Sparklers to just go ahead and buy the expensive dress they love, and typed until her fingers burned. ” As far awkwardness with a future date, this is why it’s good to talk a few times before the prom itself to make sure you’re on the same page as far as what your idea of a good time is. I was wondering, for prom, how formally should you dress? (Just don’t ask me how to affix a tiara; I’ve no idea.) What to wear is really up to you, unless your school has a dress code. until some dude showed up wearing a kilt with nothing underneath. Too late; we were all emotionally scarred.) The only rule is that you’ve got to be dressy, which really has more to do with what your dress is made of than how long/short it is. It’s an event that marks the passage of its participants into young adulthood and dating eligibility. But that’s the deal.) Now, obviously, you don’t need to parade around in a ballgown for several hours before you can officially date—unless your parents are weirdos—but prom is still a sort of rite of passage. Auntie, this is one I don’t mind if you ignore since it isn’t exactly prom related, but I like this guy a grade ahead of me, in my older bro’s class, and my friend told him I like him, and he said he WOULD like me, and that I’m nice and all, but that it would be awkward and all with my brother, cause they’re KINDA friends.
If you missed it or don’t have a fb, check out the transcript below. i am kind of a party animal so i like to dance and he just stood there… Not everyone wants the same thing out of prom—some people like to dance, some people are wallflowers, some people want to play hide-and-seek under the tables and throw pastries at each other in the parking lot. Would it be considered rude/improper to turn up in a knee-length or shorter dress? So, all your extremes are good: a floor-length evening gown, ballgown, tea-length dress in satin or taffeta, or a super-short formal minidress. SO basically he won’t date me just because he doesn’t want to be my brother’s brother.
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