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Should I really go to prom?

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    I don't have a date, and my best friend is not coming prom. I don't have any other really close friends but a group of friends in my class said I can come with them, however I think I'll feel left out. They're all really close and they were probably obliged to let me come with them because I asked. I have no way to get home other than getting a taxi, which is probably unsafe. At prom I want to have fun and not feel left out or awkward. Shall I just go and make the most of it?

    Also - I ordered my prom dress and it's really long! I'm quite short so I think I might need to get it tailored. Does anyone know how much it'll cost to get at least 4 inches cut?

    Read this as "should I get into porn" Time for another coffee :pain:

    I think you should go to prom
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