My faith in humanity
April 13, 2018 12:09am CST
It is stories like this that let me know that the next generation isn't totally lost. No, I didn't go to prom, in fact, the prom was cancelled due to lack of interest. I don't know who decided that they needed at least 50 people to hold the prom and they had about 10. I was actually approached by one of the more popular girls to ask if I would go to the prom - you know, buy a ticket. I was anything but popular even if I was actually pretty cute back then. I said: "No." I wasn't interested then, and the reunions every 5 or so years have been held by those popular girls trying to have that prom that wasn't held. Still, despite my not wanting to go to the prom, I have no problem with others wanting it. This is one story that makes it seem worthwhile having a prom.
When A Teen Approached This Boy In A Wheelchair, A Camera Captured His Stunned Reaction To Her Words
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@dodoazo high school, especially the public one I graduated from, were little better than hell for me - I go to the reunions at Holy Cross every time, but because most of us left after the junior year because the school was basically being closed, we shouldn't really call it a "graduating" class... McCallum was where all the bullies I had left to go to Holy Cross were, but I figured I could endure 1 year of it and be done. So, no, the prom holds no interest and the few friends I had there are either gone some place else or as disinterested as I am. I have gone to a few reunion functions, but the big dances I don't bother.
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I think the one they wanted to hold was also going to be in a hotel ballroom. The school wouldn't have taken a chance of the wood floors being damaged by the girls' heels. "Sock hops" of the 50's and early 60's were so done by then.