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It might be cancelled again but I don’t care I’m excited, what are you guys wearing to prom??
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damn.. people think about prom in a pandemic?
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idek what prom is
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honestly prom is overrated
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Prom? :lol:
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(Original post by elscha_bandito)
It might be cancelled again but I don’t care I’m excited, what are you guys wearing to prom??
Seriously?
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prom in a middle of a pandemic?


are you joking?:eyebrow:
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Are you in year 11 or 13? I mean either way I doubt there will be one, we are in a pandemic after all. (Plus it's overhyped).
But if you really want prom you could still dress up and host a virtual party or if you can wait, organise one with your friends later in the year (or maybe even 2022).
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It will probably bee some gathering over zoom, most certainly won't happen this year as big gatherings aren't allowed.
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can someone pls explain to me what prom is lol
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(Original post by BluMoon06)
can someone pls explain to me what prom is lol
let me show you what a Prom is
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a ball or formal dance at a school or college, especially one held at the end of the academic year for students who are in their final year.
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let me show you what a Prom is
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a ball or formal dance at a school or college, especially one held at the end of the academic year for students who are in their final year.
sounds horrible :indiff:
going to a dance with people and socializing lol
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damn.. people think about prom in a pandemic?
its a waste of time and money
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sounds horrible :indiff:
going to a dance with people and socializing lol
yes, the opposite of what I like lmfao
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sounds horrible :indiff:
going to a dance with people and socializing lol
i thankfullhy didn't have to go to mine
also why is it so important to have a "date" for this bulshtty event?
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i thankfullhy didn't have to go to mine
also why is it so important to have a "date" for this bulshtty event?
haha lucky lol
idk wouldnt it be better to go alone and eat food in the corner lmao
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its ok to be exited about it, but it probably won't be the same as in the other years

maybe get a dress you can easily wear again? for my yr11 prom I got a midi strapless black dress and this year Im thinking of getting a red maxi

also it probs won't be the whole year, but maybe by the summer you can meet with a small group of friends so you could have your own - it would be so fun to go out to a restaurant in your dresses then go to someones house after if that's allowed
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(Original post by ADarling)
i thankfullhy didn't have to go to mine
also why is it so important to have a "date" for this bulshtty event?
We didn't have to take a date to ours, I think that's more an American thing but im sure some schools adopt a similar policy. I went alone and just met friends there.
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sounds horrible :indiff:
going to a dance with people and socializing lol
From my experience there was very little dancing going on, I spent most of it standing outside chatting to people along with most of the year group virtually the only people dancing were the teachers and that's because they were drunk so didn't care
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We didn't have to take a date to ours, I think that's more an American thing but im sure some schools adopt a similar policy. I went alone and just met friends there.

From my experience there was very little dancing going on, I spent most of it standing outside chatting to people along with most of the year group virtually the only people dancing were the teachers and that's because they were drunk so didn't care
oh lol that doesnt sound too bad
do girls have to wear dresses? is there a policy or some shiz?
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oh lol that doesnt sound too bad
do girls have to wear dresses? is there a policy or some shiz?
It wasn't too bad, most of the girls wore dresses some were the traditional prom dresses but others were just smart dresses that could be used at other times, there were even a few that wore suits. My school didn't have a policy that I remember, every year they had a theme but that was more for the decoration of the venue
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