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    Im the organiser of my school Prom. Its been a massive task. But im sure it will be worth it on the 7th July.

    Anyone had their proms? Any suggestions to me, that make it that 'extra' special? Like those little things, you thought, oh that was good. Etc

    Also, what were your prom experiences like?
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    Had mine a few weeks ago. It was fab dab. Everyone looked amazing!

    One reaallly special thing you could do is hire a chocolate fountain like we did!
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    I had to organise our school prom too! it was a whole lot of work and we werent really helped by the dumb-ass staff at our school (dippy off the wall head of year and old-fogey premises manager whos very much in one ear out the other) but it was all really nice. there was no trouble and it was all koushtie (or however you spell it :P) oh well yea, its great fun and i felt really proud when it was over.
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    ^ Sorta of the same. But i feekl proud of all the first now, lol.

    I like the chocolate fountain idea.
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    Try to put some entertainment such as a jazz band. In addition, ask teachers to make some academic awards along with some funny awards (e.g. the best hair award, the most annoying student award, etc...).
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    Ah I loved my prom
    We had a raffle which was a nice touch.
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    (Original post by Ramaya)
    Ah I loved my prom
    We had a raffle which was a nice touch.
    Sounds like a good idea. What did you get?
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    Not had our prom yet but I have a feeling it will be fantastic and probably a lot better than the one last year that I went to...It is being held at such a beautiful location Last year there was a string quartet for drinks on arrival and then a jazz band, then a rock band and then the disco..A very nice selection of sweets and lollipops on all the tables (and in my handbag at the end of the night) I think this year copies of the year book shall be there plus the end of year photo we took in the common room. For me it will be great because everyone will be in super posh outfits and the location and the music will be wonderful..
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    (Original post by trev)
    Sounds like a good idea. What did you get?
    Well I won a bottle of wine
    We also had a TV/Video and I can't remember what else...
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    [QUOTE=Ramaya]Well I won a bottle of wine
    We also had a TV/Video and I can't remember what else...[/QUOTE

    My friend and her boyfriend won wine last year for their dancing..
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    We're already doing awards. And we have a live rock band. The best Youth rock stars in Manchester. And they're from our Yr 11 cohort
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    exis which school do you go to?> and what are these bands called
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    ^ You live in Manchester? What school do yo go?

    They're called 20 minutes to Pluto.
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    one called altrincham grammar.. urself?
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    (Original post by Ramaya)
    Well I won a bottle of wine
    We also had a TV/Video and I can't remember what else...
    Good prize! :p: What other prizes were there to win?
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    lots of balloons!!!!
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    (Original post by af1)
    one called altrincham grammar.. urself?
    Stretford Grammar. I live in Timperley In suprisingly Altrincham. How uncanny. lol. What year are you in?
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    im in year 13.. urself? i live in brooklands, on brooklands road if you know it
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    Do awards, the obvious ones like best boy, best girl, best couple

    add a few fun ones in too, like

    -most likley to catch an STD
    -most likely to end up in jail
    -worst driver
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    (Original post by af1)
    im in year 13.. urself? i live in brooklands, on brooklands road if you know it
    I live on Aimson, round there. Near the Broomwood. Very close. lol
 
 
 
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