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So my senior prom is coming up in a few months, but now it’s about the time when people start getting dates. The thing is, last year I asked a guy (let’s call him Dave) if he would want to go with me, but he declined and I ended up not going to prom at all. This year, I would still really like to go with him, but I obviously can’t ask him again because then I’d be pestering. Another senior guy (we’ll call him Nate) already knows who he’s going to ask and 1/4 chances it’s me. So it got me thinking, what happens if Nate asks me, but I’d much rather go with Dave? Do I decline in hopes that Dave will end up asking me, chancing that he might not? Or do I accept and end up wishing I could have gone with someone else my entire prom night? My final option is to go with my brother and then hang out with all my friends and pray that Dave asks me to dance (he’ll most likely go alone if he doesn’t ask anybody).

Anyways… Sorry for the long post. To accept or to not accept, that is the question. If anybody has any tips they would be greatly appreciated as soon as possible. Thank you! 🙂

October 11, 2016 at 20:28


I think you need to weigh your priorities—is it more important for you to have a date, or to have someone you like? Ultimately, however, your goal should be to have fun and a night to remember. Assume no one will ask you, and just plan to go out with your friends. It will be best to assume that no one is going to ask you.
The goal is for you to have a fun and memorable night, and you don’t need a guy for that. 😀

October 12, 2016 at 10:16
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