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!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:03 AM
Well, I am a male heterosexual to begin.

I am a senior at high school. I am very good at math, and gifted at science. I hold a comprehension of many things to a greater extent. I love to talk, and I love when I can talk with someone about so many stuff, and when I can bring up a weird topic like Cuban Missile Crisis, or Kaluza-Klein theory or anything that is just clever, that draws me so much into a girl.

And here comes the problem.

I need to go to prom. Apparently the emotional value that will bring me holds a very powerful and life long lasting reminescences..

Yet, I can't find a girl whom I can ask. To me, most are all boring, very boring girls. I want to be able to talk and talk and talk and laugh and feel sad, not just to have nothing to say, not to also restrain my words, so I don't say something that is out of her league that will hurt her feelings, or make her feel bad cause she can't keep up.

To make it worst, I have never had a dated, I have never had a girlfriend, I have never had one single kiss.

I am getting frustated, I don't have any friends that can do this. I was talking to my best friend, and I am very very doomed.

But perhaps from all the members whose thoughts reside here, someone can give me some helpful advise. I am really out of what I can do.

Thanks in advance.

Portobello
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:13 AM
How'd i help yu,dude???? :shrug:

Hayato
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:13 AM
Awww :hug: First of all, don't worry...sometimes these things just come to you and sometimes they don't and if they don't- don't panic!.

Look for a girl who best matches you and who you think suits you best and get to know her a bit better (like has the same interests and appeals to you more than the rest) and see how it goes from there. But also, if you don't think that any of the girls are suited to you in your year, then I would just go with a mate! (if that's possible and not considered a homosexual act where you live).

I've been going out with my girlfriend for about 7-8 months now and before that she was going to go the the Year 10 Formal (Aussie equivalent to Prom) with another guy but then I started to get to know her better and it just happened from there and now we're going to the formal together! (the other guy was cool with it i think)

Hope this helps a bit :kiss:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:15 AM
Thanks.... :sad:

Portobello
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:20 AM
Thanks.... :sad:

dont be sad :hug:

le bon vivant
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:23 AM
Dont stress out over it Luis, this is Junior prom for you right? If you cant find someone to go out with this time (and you dont have a female relative that will go, LOL), just go hangout with your homeboys at the prom, and then next year worry about a date. junior prom isnt as important as senior prom anyway.

Hayato
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:24 AM
Thanks.... :sad:

sorry if i was harsh :sad: It'll be fine im sure- don't worry!

le bon vivant
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:25 AM
lol yea find a female relative, Luis

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:28 AM
Dont stress out over it Luis, this is Junior prom for you right? If you cant find someone to go out with this time (and you dont have a female relative that will go, LOL), just go hangout with your homeboys at the prom, and then next year worry about a date. junior prom isnt as important as senior prom anyway.
as I stated on the beginning of the third line... I am a senior... ohhh snap. Pity may fall on me...

le bon vivant
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:31 AM
as I stated on the beginning of the third line... I am a senior... ohhh snap. Pity may fall on me...

Ah shit, I missed that...you dont have a cousin or a sister that would go?

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:32 AM
I am definetly hopeless then?

Portobello
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:45 AM
I am definetly hopeless then?

nope,not that bad ;)

do yu have any galfds??? maybe they can help yu :D

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 08:46 AM
nope,not that bad ;)

do yu have any galfds??? maybe they can help yu :D

I have like nerd friends... big nerds. BUt they are more of computer nerds. I would get bored unless she is a polymath.

Scotso
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:16 AM
To me, most are all boring, very boring girls.

Maybe they find you boring, too? :shrug:

pla
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:20 AM
Look elsewhere. Sometimes we realize we just don't look at the right persons. Or maybe it's too early for you.

Don't worry. I had the exact same conversation with my younger brother in March. He was sad because he couldn't find an inteligent and nice girl and he was alone and thinking it's not normal at the age of 16. I told him it will come and couple of months latter he said he found the most amazing girl on Earth :D

It's always like this, when you stop searching you find :)

_LuCaS_
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:23 AM
Maybe they find you boring, too? :shrug:
obviously

Hayato
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:25 AM
obviously

don't be horrible :(

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:25 AM
Maybe they find you boring, too? :shrug:

yah.. you are right... who the heck talks about Orren Hatch's legacy on the Senate on a conversation.. sure I am boring for them.. as they are boring for me.. it is mutual...

vertigo
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:26 AM
:kiss: Firstly, from that post I'd say that you're lovely. Just ask someone in one of your classes who you don't think has anyone to go with, yet. And remember they're must be plenty of girls in your school in exactly the same situation as you....

We don't have the whole prom date thing in Britain. Couple or not, you just go with your friendship group. So I never had that problem. But I completely sympathise.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:33 AM
:kiss: Firstly, from that post I'd say that you're lovely. Just ask someone in one of your classes who you don't think has anyone to go with, yet. And remember they're must be plenty of girls in your school in exactly the same situation as you....

We don't have the whole prom date thing in Britain. Couple or not, you just go with your friendship group. So I never had that problem. But I completely sympathise.

I live in Utah... LDS community raises the bar on when dating comes. They do the most complex brilliant dates a normal human man can think of. I can think of how to solve a data structure problem in java, but not of how to ask, and go in a date.

My whole group of friends is the nerdest nerds in the country. In fact, with the group that I hang out with, two of them are academic team champions during their youth. One of them had a 36 on the ACT. I odubt they'll go.

I just want to experience something new. Something that I will do for hte first, and perhaps only time in my life.:sad:

controlfreak
Sep 29th, 2005, 11:03 AM
My advice would be, don't go to the prom. Basically, with proms and other social occasions, the sequence of events should be like this:

1. I have a girlfriend
2. The prom is coming up
3. Let's go to the prom honey

And not like this:
1. The prom is coming up
2. I don't have a girlfriend
3. oshitoshitoshit whereamIgoingtofindadate??!?

The point is, you shouldn't feel pressured into finding a nice and suitable girl just because there is some event coming up. It would be much better to let the girl-finding happen naturally, and then later when she is your girlfriend you can go to all the proms/dinners/dances that you want (trust me there will be plenty of occasions, and the older you get the more classy the events).

I suppose it's a question of whether you feel the pressure of society to conform, or whether you are ready to break the mold and make your own decision based on what you would feel comfortable doing. If that's too complicated I'll break it down further:

geek + prom = dork :retard:
geek + home = nerd :yeah:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 11:16 AM
very very nice controlfreak... very convincing...

I suppose psychologically I am feeling the anxiety of bieng alike the other normal people. During my birthday I stayed home reading a book. While people invite other's for hangover.

I am thinking that I am jealous, because I have always wanted to feel that kind of happiness, that normal people get in those moments. Yet I fear, that if I just pick someone randomly, I am going to hurt her and my feelings at the same time, because it is supposed to be special.

I don't know if I will have a girlfriend. I forgot to add in my bios that I am impossible to be found attractive to a girl. So I doubt I will have a girlfriend during high school. Until I involve myself with more matre people, I am stuck in this emotional filibuster.

Anyways... it helps controlfreak... thanks... :)

CanadianBoy21
Sep 29th, 2005, 12:03 PM
It is not so bad.
I went to prom over 2 years ago. it was horrible. I've blocked it out of my mind. I took a girl, and yet i'm gay.
I shouldn't have gone.
I am still single now, but I don't care. You learn to live wiht yourself first, and then with others.
I was not social, like you now.
But I am happy now, and smile and laugh, and don't think seriously when in a conversation with friends, and now I am very social. It's funny caus when you don't pay attention, to anything and just enjoy life,, then everything comes. That doesn't mean be stupid, but have a balance. And I read all the time while people are in parties, that is good not bad! Don't change. for anyone, only for yourself.
As I said, i am single, twenty, good looking, and very fit, if people can't handle my goodies (Ciara :lol: ) that is not my fault.
Hope that helps, basically relax. High school blew for me,. But it made me better now. All those people who were popular etc, are already trailor trash by now.

SelesFan70
Sep 29th, 2005, 01:02 PM
Trust me, you won't miss too much if you don't go. :yawn: It's just the same cliques doing the same things they do at school.

Ceze
Sep 29th, 2005, 01:14 PM
Trust me, you won't miss too much if you don't go. :yawn: It's just the same cliques doing the same things they do at school.

:worship: you're right! ;)

decemberlove
Sep 29th, 2005, 02:55 PM
I have like nerd friends... big nerds. BUt they are more of computer nerds. I would get bored unless she is a polymath.

Stop being so picky - it's just prom. No one will make you marry the girl.

It will probably be boring regardless of who you bring. It's not really made for nerds.

Prom sucks, but since you have this weird desire to go, you should go. And you'll feel good that you went, just to find out how much it sucks. :lol: Just bring a close friend that's a girl. If she's your friend, you can't find her that boring, can you? I'm sure there are some intelligent, not-so-great-looking girls at your school who will need a date. I know that my school had plenty of them.

As for finding a girlfriend, it will happen eventually. It's better just to let things flow, as that's when you usually find love, or sex, or whatever it is you are seeking.

Craigy
Sep 29th, 2005, 03:11 PM
Just go with a girl you have fun with.

CrossCourt~Rally
Sep 29th, 2005, 03:13 PM
And here i thought you dated guys :scratch: :kiss:

SpikeyAidanm
Sep 29th, 2005, 03:14 PM
George Lucas regretting not going to his Prom - I think it's really important to go, even if it is with a friend, it's something you can always look back on. Good luck mate.

Lachrymarum
Sep 29th, 2005, 03:17 PM
Oooh just turn gay and seek out your first gloryhole experience!!!
:p ;) :kiss:
No....seriously, don't make too much out of going to prom. I think proms are a bit overrated. But...if it's really that important to you...just find a girl you think you might have fun with (go just as friends). Just like another poster wrote - nobody expects you to marry this person.
Relax & have fun!

PaulieM
Sep 29th, 2005, 03:19 PM
if it's just a prom date that you're looking for then there's no reason to be sad or stressed. prom is just a couple of hours and the girl doesn't have to be perfect or someone you can spend the rest of your life with, trust me not much deep conversation happens at prom anyway. just ask a girl that you're friends with, that you can have a comfortable casual conversation with, i can't remember if you said you had female friends or not. plus it's only september you still have plenty of time to find a prom date, assuming your prom is in may or june like most proms. you could also always just ask a family friend or someone like that.

Sally Struthers
Sep 29th, 2005, 03:21 PM
Aren't there some female ummm... counterparts ... to you that you can ask? Or a band geek? If you really feel that you must go, just take anyone and ditch them when you are there. Let's face it, people only notice who you are with when you walk into the joint. After that you guys can split up and go your own separate ways. If someone asks where your date is you just say she's getting drinks or in the restroom. Do you have any female friends you can ask to go?

SelesFan70
Sep 29th, 2005, 03:23 PM
Well...if you really, really want to go...ask a Goth chick out. You're sure to get sex at least. :wavey:

Sweep
Sep 29th, 2005, 03:35 PM
Luis - if there's a girl that you get on with and she hasn't got anyone to go with, get straight in there. There has to be one nice girl that hasn't got a date yet, maybe more.

Good luck with it mate - remember, stay relaxed. It'll be alright. :) Have faith.

Joana
Sep 29th, 2005, 04:15 PM
God, it's just a stupid prom, not a judgement day. Don't go if you don't feel like it, in 10 years you'll not remember it anyway.

Scotso
Sep 29th, 2005, 04:25 PM
yah.. you are right... who the heck talks about Orren Hatch's legacy on the Senate on a conversation.. sure I am boring for them.. as they are boring for me.. it is mutual...

It's Orrin, smart guy.

NFFC_FAN
Sep 29th, 2005, 04:26 PM
I'm sure there are some intelligent, not-so-great-looking girls at your school who will need a date. I know that my school had plenty of them.



Or failing that you could just get an escort...

Crazy Canuck
Sep 29th, 2005, 04:51 PM
I have like nerd friends... big nerds. BUt they are more of computer nerds. I would get bored unless she is a polymath.
I think that you've made it abundantly clear that you have no right to be this picky :p

Seriously, prom is lame so don't fuss so much about it. Just bloody well go with whoever.

Crazy Canuck
Sep 29th, 2005, 04:52 PM
George Lucas regretting not going to his Prom - I think it's really important to go, even if it is with a friend, it's something you can always look back on. Good luck mate.
I went to prom and I somewhat regret spending the 30 dollar on my hair. Prom is overrated and lame. And yes, I did have friends and I did g et invited to the after parties, and I still think that prom is lame.

I never understood why anybody made a big deal of it at the time and I still don't. If prom is one of the best moments of your life, then sadly, I don't think you ahve much else to look forward to in the future ;)

creep
Sep 29th, 2005, 04:56 PM
Well, I am a male heterosexual to begin.

I am a senior at high school. I am very good at math, and gifted at science. I hold a comprehension of many things to a greater extent. I love to talk, and I love when I can talk with someone about so many stuff, and when I can bring up a weird topic like Cuban Missile Crisis, or Kaluza-Klein theory or anything that is just clever, that draws me so much into a girl.

And here comes the problem.

I need to go to prom. Apparently the emotional value that will bring me holds a very powerful and life long lasting reminescences..

Yet, I can't find a girl whom I can ask. To me, most are all boring, very boring girls. I want to be able to talk and talk and talk and laugh and feel sad, not just to have nothing to say, not to also restrain my words, so I don't say something that is out of her league that will hurt her feelings, or make her feel bad cause she can't keep up.

To make it worst, I have never had a dated, I have never had a girlfriend, I have never had one single kiss.

I am getting frustated, I don't have any friends that can do this. I was talking to my best friend, and I am very very doomed.

But perhaps from all the members whose thoughts reside here, someone can give me some helpful advise. I am really out of what I can do.

Thanks in advance.


:lol: Loser

decemberlove
Sep 29th, 2005, 05:02 PM
I went to prom and I somewhat regret spending the 30 dollar on my hair. Prom is overrated and lame. And yes, I did have friends and I did g et invited to the after parties, and I still think that prom is lame.

I never understood why anybody made a big deal of it at the time and I still don't. If prom is one of the best moments of your life, then sadly, I don't think you ahve much else to look forward to in the future ;)

It really was lame. I left before the food was even served. Tickets were $70 each, so I basically wasted $140 plus $50 on my hair and whatever on my dress. I wasn't used to having my hair done, since I'd been wearing it down my whole life. I remember having all these bobby pins in my hair - it fucking hurt. I think I had bruises and scratches on my scalp from those fuckers.

I didn't even enjoy the afterparty, but they may have been cos my date was a pothead that wanted to stay in the hotel room with me the entire time.

~{X}~
Sep 29th, 2005, 05:53 PM
Forget prom, it isn't even that special haha. I never went to mine and I am perfectly fine about it! :D J/k, if prom is important to you than you should go, I didn't go to mine cause I didn't care about it. Nothing but a large waste of money. If you are getting desperate for a date, you can't be picky lol. You need to choose and ask before it is too late, even if the girl is pretty dull, you know?

PaulieM
Sep 29th, 2005, 06:37 PM
the only fun part about prom is getting all dressed up and seeing all your friends get all dressed up. after 5 minutes in uncomfortable shoes the whole thing really goes down hill. if you're lucky there's good food but really it's nothing amazing. :shrug:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:23 PM
It's Orrin, smart guy.

:p I have issues with names...

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:25 PM
I think that you've made it abundantly clear that you have no right to be this picky :p

Seriously, prom is lame so don't fuss so much about it. Just bloody well go with whoever.

I sholdn't be so picky.. but i want it to at least be worth it... my mom even offers to pay my tuxedo and limousine...:p

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:26 PM
:lol: Loser'

it is a call to experience.. but pretty much yeah.. I am considerer in society a loser..

Scotso
Sep 29th, 2005, 09:47 PM
I sholdn't be so picky.. but i want it to at least be worth it... my mom even offers to pay my tuxedo and limousine...:p

Awww, why don't you take your mommy.

CrossCourt~Rally
Sep 29th, 2005, 10:58 PM
Awww, why don't you take your mommy.


:haha:

beauty_is_pink
Sep 29th, 2005, 11:06 PM
don't put your standards too high, you'd only get disappointed..... and dateless.

beauty_is_pink
Sep 29th, 2005, 11:09 PM
I went to prom and I somewhat regret spending the 30 dollar on my hair. Prom is overrated and lame. And yes, I did have friends and I did g et invited to the after parties, and I still think that prom is lame.

I never understood why anybody made a big deal of it at the time and I still don't. If prom is one of the best moments of your life, then sadly, I don't think you ahve much else to look forward to in the future ;)
I agree with you. Like movies and teenage crap hype up Prom so much... but realli... it's another dance at school :rolleyes:
I was looking forward to prom soooooooo much, I think I overhyped it.. and it turned out to be nothing more than a dance.. but I don't regret going or getting ready for it.. it was a "special" moment in life and I'm not gonna forget it.. especially prom weekend :devil:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 06:33 AM
Awww, why don't you take your mommy.


if you are a TRUE hispanic... you know how that works...

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 06:33 AM
don't put your standards too high, you'd only get disappointed..... and dateless.

I want to have fun... otherwise it would be boring..

le bon vivant
Sep 30th, 2005, 06:39 AM
It looks like YOU are becoming your biggest obstacle to getting a date. All you need a girl for honestly (since Im assuming you wont dance) is for the damn picture.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 06:42 AM
It looks like YOU are becoming your biggest obstacle to getting a date. All you need a girl for honestly (since Im assuming you wont dance) is for the damn picture.

I would be going for the moment...

@m@nd@
Sep 30th, 2005, 07:34 AM
u gotta be flirty ;)

"Sluggy"
Sep 30th, 2005, 09:50 AM
i have been to many proms, my own, GF's and Friends of GF's. If i could do it all over again, i would take the girl who most wants to go with me. I know what YOU want, and surely that is important. More Iimportant IMO is that girls your age are very romantic, very nostaligic and very sensitive. My advice it so ask a cute girl, who really wants to go with you, that you feel you can talk to. Proms are nice for talking i guess, but better for kissing, hehe. Not to pressure you, but thats my take. dont do it for sypathy, do it cause you want to. but for me, its alwyas nice to spend time with a girl that really really digs you. of course afterwards you cant talk shit about her. anyway, thats my take. Go with the girl that WANTS to go with YOU most.

Dahveed
Sep 30th, 2005, 12:35 PM
Oh you Americans and your proms! :lol:

Just go on your own and steal the first girl you meet! Apparently, seeing everybody's comments, it's very boring there so i'm sure you'll find one girl ready to listen to your er 'interesting' scientific theories after she's dumped her date! They serve alcohol there, right? Cos it might help you and the girl too! ;)

skanky~skanketta
Sep 30th, 2005, 03:06 PM
u wanna get a girl?

get a personality. :tape:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 05:15 PM
u wanna get a girl?

get a personality. :tape:

I do have quite a personality.

But no... I just do want to get a girl... I don't believe I must appreciate a girl because she is just a girl, but because of what she truly is inside. Is awesome when you can enjoy the personality of a girl, and it happens to be that also yours also concords with hers.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 05:15 PM
Oh you Americans and your proms! :lol:

Just go on your own and steal the first girl you meet! Apparently, seeing everybody's comments, it's very boring there so i'm sure you'll find one girl ready to listen to your er 'interesting' scientific theories after she's dumped her date! They serve alcohol there, right? Cos it might help you and the girl too! ;)

I live in Utah... no alcohol.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 05:17 PM
i have been to many proms, my own, GF's and Friends of GF's. If i could do it all over again, i would take the girl who most wants to go with me. I know what YOU want, and surely that is important. More Iimportant IMO is that girls your age are very romantic, very nostaligic and very sensitive. My advice it so ask a cute girl, who really wants to go with you, that you feel you can talk to. Proms are nice for talking i guess, but better for kissing, hehe. Not to pressure you, but thats my take. dont do it for sypathy, do it cause you want to. but for me, its alwyas nice to spend time with a girl that really really digs you. of course afterwards you cant talk shit about her. anyway, thats my take. Go with the girl that WANTS to go with YOU most.

how do I find THIS girl?

Giuliano
Sep 30th, 2005, 05:33 PM
Why do you have to find a girl? Are you going to the prom to have fun, or because everybody in your school is going?

selesfan1
Sep 30th, 2005, 05:37 PM
Well, hmm I can relate to you to some extent. I was like that in high school and you know I went to prom by myself and had an amazing time cos I did everything to look hot and everyone was like really shocked that i actually looked nicer than I did with our boring school uniforms. There is no shame in going by yourself as the person you take to prom will probably not speak to you after 3-4 years.However, if you feel the need to take someone I am sure a family member or friend from another school will do.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 05:43 PM
In our stupid's school constitution.. in order to get in.. you need an opposite sex partner.

Kart
Sep 30th, 2005, 06:06 PM
I would use this thread to vent my opinion on proms in general but I'll save it (and all of you :tape:.)


I need to go to prom. Apparently the emotional value that will bring me holds a very powerful and life long lasting reminescences.


You are mistaken.

You don't need to do anything.


My advice:

EITHER
1. Don't go to the prom.
OR
2. Go to the prom.
BUT
3. Always do what you know will make you happy, not what others have told you will make you happy.


In a few years time, whichever choice you've made won't matter unless you choose to let it.

skanky~skanketta
Sep 30th, 2005, 06:49 PM
I do have quite a personality.

But no... I just do want to get a girl... I don't believe I must appreciate a girl because she is just a girl, but because of what she truly is inside. Is awesome when you can enjoy the personality of a girl, and it happens to be that also yours also concords with hers.uh-huh. sure u do. :bigclap:
























not. :tape: :rolleyes:

Josh B.
Sep 30th, 2005, 07:14 PM
Hey Luis, dont worry mate :hug:
im sure there is someone right for you, you will find her no problem.
My girlfrind and I fancied each other for years before any of us realised .

i never had a girlfriend for 15 years, and one day someone came to me, which i never expected, keep youre head up mate,
just be yourself and the right girl will come :)

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 09:10 PM
Hey Luis, dont worry mate :hug:
im sure there is someone right for you, you will find her no problem.
My girlfrind and I fancied each other for years before any of us realised .

i never had a girlfriend for 15 years, and one day someone came to me, which i never expected, keep youre head up mate,
just be yourself and the right girl will come :)

I don't want a girlfriend... I somehow need to get into prom dance and stuff..

¤CharlDa¤
Sep 30th, 2005, 09:12 PM
Hum, from what I got of you DZ, you have a very closed mind on many subjects, and that might explain why people are closed when talking to you....

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Sep 30th, 2005, 09:44 PM
Hum, from what I got of you DZ, you have a very closed mind on many subjects, and that might explain why people are closed when talking to you....

call it as you please... I am open to hear other's people's opinion, and talk about it, but there are somethings that I already made my mind about. Only a very clever package of arguments could change me...

Dan the Assassin
Sep 30th, 2005, 10:40 PM
'

it is a call to experience.. but pretty much yeah.. I am considerer in society a loser..
Hey, you're not a loser just because you're maybe a little shy-isn't everyone at some point in life? :)
Good luck with finding a 'date' :)

¤CharlDa¤
Sep 30th, 2005, 11:28 PM
call it as you please... I am open to hear other's people's opinion, and talk about it, but there are somethings that I already made my mind about. Only a very clever package of arguments could change me...

Well, if that isn't being closed, I don't know what it is.

BTW' don't you think you might be scaring those girls when talking about all those scientific facts, those important people, etc? On a date, it is certainly not the type of conversations you want to have.

Crazy Canuck
Oct 2nd, 2005, 07:45 AM
It really was lame. I left before the food was even served. Tickets were $70 each, so I basically wasted $140 plus $50 on my hair and whatever on my dress. I wasn't used to having my hair done, since I'd been wearing it down my whole life. I remember having all these bobby pins in my hair - it fucking hurt. I think I had bruises and scratches on my scalp from those fuckers.

I didn't even enjoy the afterparty, but they may have been cos my date was a pothead that wanted to stay in the hotel room with me the entire time.

I passed on the official after party, since a few people that were really pissing me off were going to be there. That, and it was being held in the middle of nowhere, so if it sucked i would be stuck there. I decided to go back to a friends house with about 7 other people. They got high and played cards. I went home early. I don't regret not going to the "official" after part though :p

Crazy Canuck
Oct 2nd, 2005, 07:49 AM
In our stupid's school constitution.. in order to get in.. you need an opposite sex partner.
Now that I would have been willing to fight. I didn't go with anybody :shrug: Well, okay, I went with a friend, but that didn't count. I had no crushes and ran out of guy friends, since I didn't ask any of them first. Still, no regrets.

Now, if oyu dont' go to public school, I suppose they can make all the stupid rules they want.

Ems__
Oct 2nd, 2005, 08:13 AM
Im 100% there are many girls also needing a date, just be confident (best thing you could do) and muster up the courage to ask. I mean sure, you may get rejected but if you dont ask you'll never know. Ask, be confident and be yourself.

I hope everything works out for you :D

Good Luck!

controlfreak
Oct 2nd, 2005, 10:46 AM
If you just want to get in, you could always bribe/blackmail/force/trick one of your geek friends to dress up convincingly as a lady...

Dan the Assassin
Oct 2nd, 2005, 11:05 AM
If you just want to get in, you could always bribe/blackmail/force/trick one of your geek friends to dress up convincingly as a lady...
:lol: :lol: :lol:
I think big hands and a moustache would give it away. ;)

thelittlestelf
Oct 2nd, 2005, 02:11 PM
Think of your friends who are girls. You must have some! Take the one you like the best. Or the one that doesn't have a date yet. Besides, it's September... don't proms start in like May? If so, you've still got a ton of time :).

Paldias
Oct 2nd, 2005, 02:11 PM
:lol: Loser

:rolls:

You want a girl? Stop coming on WTAWorld and asking for advice......:o

Paldias
Oct 2nd, 2005, 02:13 PM
I live in Utah... no alcohol.

:eek: :o The whole point of the prom is to get your date loaded and then have some "fun".... duh :devil:

CooCooCachoo
Oct 2nd, 2005, 03:02 PM
If you just want a girl, then stop making things so incredibly hard for yourself.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 2nd, 2005, 09:55 PM
If you just want a girl, then stop making things so incredibly hard for yourself.

that is the thing.. I do not want a girl or girlfriend... I want to get in... but I want to have fun when I am in... not get bored...

flyingmachine
Oct 2nd, 2005, 10:32 PM
that is the thing.. I do not want a girl or girlfriend... I want to get in... but I want to have fun when I am in... not get bored...
it sounds like you are more pickier than the girls. :lol: :o
Anyway, if you want to get in and not having a girlfriend than just pick any of your females friends I'm sure they will come with your. ;) Just be confident about yourself. just be you when you ask the them. Girls don't mind about nerds to be honest with you but they don't like someone who is not looking confident and ask them for a date in the porm. ;)
Good luck with it.

drake3781
Oct 3rd, 2005, 04:24 AM
First, I question this prom thing... proms are for people who are dating, or want to date someone, and have someone to go with. As are all other dances. But you don't have the basics ready.... a good female friend or someone you want to ask on a date. The first thing is to develop these relationships, and it may/may not happen before the prom. If it does, then great... go. If not, keep working on the relationships. You can't just go in order to get the experience... it will not be the right experience and you'll both have a lousy time. I've been through this... trying to find a date because an event is coming up. I suppose you can get experience asking people out that way, but it's a backwards approach.

Second, think about what you have to offer in a relationship. You have thought about and expressed what you want from the girl, but what do you have to offer that makes you a good date? You want to talk and talk and talk; are you ready listen at least as much? And the topics you want her to be interested in... Cuban Missle Crisis, etc... really this sounds too intense for the prom, perhaps one topic like this could come up but any girl (or guy) will nto want to talk about these things much on a fun date. And what about her opinions... as someone mentioned earlier and I know from other things you have said, you have fixed opinions on things that perhaps you need more time and experience to really settle on... being young and getting life experience and sharing ideas and considering others experiences and expressions is really necessary... do you have that character to offer to someone? Think about how to make yourself the best catch you can be; put yourself in some girls' shoes and take a look at yourself. How can you improve? What is a friend? What is a boyfriend? What do you need to do to be one?

I think your parents (or are they foreign excahnge sponsors?... you sound like English is not your first language yet you live in Utah) are pressuring you into this; let them know you will try to socialize more with girls, and learn from it to improve your social skills, but going to prom might just not work out. That should not be the objective.

Hope this helps.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 3rd, 2005, 04:46 AM
First, I question this prom thing... proms are for people who are dating, or want to date someone, and have someone to go with. As are all other dances. But you don't have the basics ready.... a good female friend or someone you want to ask on a date. The first thing is to develop these relationships, and it may/may not happen before the prom. If it does, then great... go. If not, keep working on the relationships. You can't just go in order to get the experience... it will not be the right experience and you'll both have a lousy time. I've been through this... trying to find a date because an event is coming up. I suppose you can get experience asking people out that way, but it's a backwards approach.

Second, think about what you have to offer in a relationship. You have thought about and expressed what you want from the girl, but what do you have to offer that makes you a good date? You want to talk and talk and talk; are you ready listen at least as much? And the topics you want her to be interested in... Cuban Missle Crisis, etc... really this sounds too intense for the prom, perhaps one topic like this could come up but any girl (or guy) will nto want to talk about these things much on a fun date. And what about her opinions... as someone mentioned earlier and I know from other things you have said, you have fixed opinions on things that perhaps you need more time and experience to really settle on... being young and getting life experience and sharing ideas and considering others experiences and expressions is really necessary... do you have that character to offer to someone? Think about how to make yourself the best catch you can be; put yourself in some girls' shoes and take a look at yourself. How can you improve? What is a friend? What is a boyfriend? What do you need to do to be one?

I think your parents (or are they foreign excahnge sponsors?... you sound like English is not your first language yet you live in Utah) are pressuring you into this; let them know you will try to socialize more with girls, and learn from it to improve your social skills, but going to prom might just not work out. That should not be the objective.

Hope this helps.

I once was, yet my achievement of fluency of the language English has been accomplished. Yet, my mother is the one who came up with the idea of me going to the promotion dance, which afterall is just a primitive, rather socially complex celebration of academical progress towards graduation. Yet, it has become a Hallmark holiday, in which materialism defines the protocols for the temporal happiness.

I don't want a life partner, I just simply want to attend to this meeting, but I have problems when it is to the talkative area. I can come to you, tell you wonders, get you to do amazing things, I can convince that communism rules the world, but when to courtship comes, I become very shy. I fear rejection as many do. My Confidence receives an epical rendevouz of pessimistics thoughts that may date back to child traumas with the opposite sex. And guilt, and remorse strangle my being when I know that any fine permanent purpose is non existent even though the whole purpose of dating is such.

drake3781
Oct 3rd, 2005, 05:30 AM
I once was, yet my achievement of fluency of the language English has been accomplished. Yet, my mother is the one who came up with the idea of me going to the promotion dance, which afterall is just a primitive, rather socially complex celebration of academical progress towards graduation. Yet, it has become a Hallmark holiday, in which materialism defines the protocols for the temporal happiness.

I don't want a life partner, I just simply want to attend to this meeting, but I have problems when it is to the talkative area. I can come to you, tell you wonders, get you to do amazing things, I can convince that communism rules the world, but when to courtship comes, I become very shy. I fear rejection as many do. My Confidence receives an epical rendevouz of pessimistics thoughts that may date back to child traumas with the opposite sex. And guilt, and remorse strangle my being when I know that any fine permanent purpose is non existent even though the whole purpose of dating is such.

OK I tried.

Either this thread is a joke by you, or you are just hopeless. I'm not sure which. If this is NOT a joke.... do you listen to anything?? I'm trying to say it's not all about YOU and you come back with all about you. Of all the amazing advice given here, you are still at the same point as where you started, because you are not listening.

~ The Leopard ~
Oct 3rd, 2005, 07:06 AM
The babelfish has been around here. At least I hope so.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 3rd, 2005, 07:10 AM
sure I use babelfish... when I am trying to translate french... :p

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 3rd, 2005, 07:19 AM
OK I tried.

Either this thread is a joke by you, or you are just hopeless. I'm not sure which. If this is NOT a joke.... do you listen to anything?? I'm trying to say it's not all about YOU and you come back with all about you. Of all the amazing advice given here, you are still at the same point as where you started, because you are not listening.

I am listening.. I am right now leaning towards controlfreak's advice which is staying home and being nerd as I truly am...:devil:

And yes I read your post, but people believe I want a girlfriend... or I want to have a date whom I will be treating as one. But no... I just want to have a good time. And as I say.. I would feel bad if I ask any random girl, because I would ditch her later on if she doesn't satisfy me, and I don't like to hurt anyones feelings like that specially to the people who take it severely seriously. I am just not sure what to do about this situation. I was hoping to hear something input to know what to expect.

So far I have gotten that I must be aware of the person's groupie... cause I will be taking a picture with them.

also have to be aware that they could ditch me if I am not good enough.

also I have learned that I must ask the person that wants to go with me the most, caring the less of the inteligence of such.

I have learned that it may be a very big hit on your life... or just a very plain bad taste moment. Just depends on your date.

Also learned that if I am not sure if going with such person... then I should do a group date... so at least I don't have to get bored with her or her with me... and chilll

and I have received many inputs from many people... I appreciate the help... but I am trying to still stay as open minded as possible.

Drake... my mother does sort of pressures me... but I know if I tell her no it will be alright with her. But I have only gone to one dance in my whole high school dance and that is freshmen prom dance.. and it wasn't with a date... and it was amazing. I want to feel this again, and I don't want to feel shallow feeling it.

Epigone
Oct 3rd, 2005, 09:04 AM
I think the major problem is that you believe that you are intellectually superior to everyone else. People don't like others talking down to them, and your posts paint you as an arrogant person. If you converse in a manner similar to your posting style, girls are going to :yawn: and/or :rolleyes: at you.

I'm around smart people all day, and we treat each other as equals. In fact, the most intelligent person I know is also the most humble. You try to act intelligent by using lots of big words and "interesting" sentence structures, but your intent is often lost in the gibberish. What good is being smart if you can't convey your ideas to others? If you want your posts to be understood and taken seriously, you should learn from someone like Joana.

My advice is for you to go to the prom by yourself. Just hang out with your friends and enjoy the night. I would have gone to my formal by myself had my mother not set me up with my neighbour without my knowledge :fiery:.

You should only ask a girl to go with you if you are willing to treat her as your intellectual equal. I don't think that girls are scared of smart guys, but nobody wants to be made to feel inferior by someone going out of their way to act intelligent. If a girl is willing to go with you, just act in a humble manner for one night and your prom will hopefully be a rewarding experience.

K-Dog
Oct 3rd, 2005, 09:34 AM
I think the major problem is that you believe that you are intellectually superior to everyone else. People don't like others talking down to them, and your posts paint you as an arrogant person. If you converse in a manner similar to your posting style, girls are going to :yawn: and/or :rolleyes: at you.

I'm around smart people all day, and we treat each other as equals. In fact, the most intelligent person I know is also the most humble. You try to act intelligent by using lots of big words and "interesting" sentence structures, but your intent is often lost in the gibberish. What good is being smart if you can't convey your ideas to others? If you want your posts to be understood and taken seriously, you should learn from someone like Joana.

My advice is for you to go to the prom by yourself. Just hang out with your friends and enjoy the night. I would have gone to my formal by myself had my mother not set me up with my neighbour without my knowledge :fiery:.

You should only ask a girl to go with you if you are willing to treat her as your intellectual equal. I don't think that girls are scared of smart guys, but nobody wants to be made to feel inferior by someone going out of their way to act intelligent. If a girl is willing to go with you, just act in a humble manner for one night and your prom will hopefully be a rewarding experience.

I agree here except that he mentioned that he needs a date to get in. Girls don't have problems with guys that are intelligent, but rather guys that only are intelligent an have nothing else to offer. You're right, he does talk down to people and try to prove to others that he is smarter than them. He seems to think that prom is some great thing. It is what u make of it, but it can be annoying at times. Prom is not a big deal in my book. Been there, done that, maybe do it again this year, but not a big deal.

Epigone
Oct 3rd, 2005, 11:38 AM
I agree here except that he mentioned that he needs a date to get in.Oh yeah :o

I get so :scratch: when I read some of his posts that I sometimes gloss over things :p

IMO, the rules made by the school are just begging to be broken. Pretend that you have invited someone, but turn up alone. If someone challenges you, produce a letter that you say was written by your date explaining that she is sick and can't attend. All that you need to pull it off is a letter written on pink paper and splashed with your mother's perfume and a disappointed look on your face.

There are so many possible excuses that you can make, so just choose one that will stand up to scrutiny :devil:

It reminds me of some of the ways that I got out of compulsory activities while at school. I think my crowning achievement was being diagnosed with pneumonia on the morning that I was supposed to leave for senior camp. I didn't even have to fake any symptoms to the doctor :shrug:. It's like my body tried to get me out of a bad situation :D.

Scotso
Oct 3rd, 2005, 01:05 PM
I think the major problem is that you believe that you are intellectually superior to everyone else.

Indeed, even though he's made clear on these forums that he is not.

~ The Leopard ~
Oct 3rd, 2005, 01:38 PM
He's only 15 or something. I thought I knew everything at that age, too. Any 15-y.o. kid with a high IQ is likely to be a bit like that.

Epigone
Oct 3rd, 2005, 01:44 PM
He's only 15 or something. I thought I knew everything at that age, too. Any 15-y.o. kid with a high IQ is likely to be a bit like that.From his profile - Birthday: February 3, 1988

Scotso
Oct 3rd, 2005, 02:12 PM
He's only 15 or something. I thought I knew everything at that age, too. Any 15-y.o. kid with a high IQ is likely to be a bit like that.

Why are we thinking he has a high IQ?

Being pretentious doesn't make you intelligent.

moby
Oct 3rd, 2005, 02:14 PM
I missed my prom and never regretted it, and never will.
That would be, ummm, last year.

It was too much of a hassle, and I knew I wouldn't enjoy myself.
So, I figured, why bother? :shrug: I wasn't going to have any friends drag me there.

And that's the attitude you should have too, unless you genuinely want to go and think you will be eternally scarred by missing what might ultimately be the most boring few hours of your life.

~ The Leopard ~
Oct 3rd, 2005, 02:27 PM
Why are we thinking he has a high IQ?

Being pretentious doesn't make you intelligent.

Absolutely true!

But he strikes me as young rather than dumb. I've known plenty of smart teenagers who are like that, and they turn out okay in the end. I can almost hear my 15-y.o. self prattling on about science etc. I just wish he'd stop trying to impress us with his vocabulary and odd syntax, if that's what he's trying do and it's not just a language problem. I can take the naive views on almost everything; he'll learn when he has some wider experience.

And yes, I know I'm being patronising to him. He can sue me for it. Or, horrors, badrep me. :)

Scotso
Oct 3rd, 2005, 02:40 PM
Well, I can tolerate people with different views, but what I can't tolerate is his obsessive bigotry. Telling me that gay people have a mental illness is not something that I can or will tolerate. :)

I agree that at 15, people can be like that... but normally they don't have such extreme views. It's normal for a kid to think he knows everything... but it's scary when he's been brainwashed with extreme views AND thinks he knows everything.

And as for his language problem, it's obvious that he's not a nativeborn American, and I have no problem with this. But strangely enough, looking at some of his posts, you would think that he does.

!<blocparty>!
Oct 3rd, 2005, 02:44 PM
:lol: Just, don't mention anything about politics.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 4th, 2005, 09:06 AM
Well, I can tolerate people with different views, but what I can't tolerate is his obsessive bigotry. Telling me that gay people have a mental illness is not something that I can or will tolerate. :)

I agree that at 15, people can be like that... but normally they don't have such extreme views. It's normal for a kid to think he knows everything... but it's scary when he's been brainwashed with extreme views AND thinks he knows everything.

And as for his language problem, it's obvious that he's not a nativeborn American, and I have no problem with this. But strangely enough, looking at some of his posts, you would think that he does.

No... I don't know everything... I know a lot... and I like to talk and learn...

Yet, it is very different knowing than agreeing or not agreeing.

I don't hate homosexuals as I said before, and I believe (note that I am using believe, not saying that I know) that homosexualism comes from psychological disorders.

Yet, it is ourselves who define what is right and what is wrong, yet a common definition on these cases is impossible to be reached.

But because I have a firm stance on such and such subject.. doesn't mean I know a lot... it is just my belief.

Anyways.. if you are here not to be helpful.. please leave. The purpose in whole is not to discuss my life... but to receive advice.

Thank you.

K-Dog
Oct 4th, 2005, 09:20 AM
No... I don't know everything... I know a lot... and I like to talk and learn...

Yet, it is very different knowing than agreeing or not agreeing.

I don't hate homosexuals as I said before, and I believe (note that I am using believe, not saying that I know) that homosexualism comes from psychological disorders.

Yet, it is ourselves who define what is right and what is wrong, yet a common definition on these cases is impossible to be reached.

But because I have a firm stance on such and such subject.. doesn't mean I know a lot... it is just my belief.

Anyways.. if you are here not to be helpful.. please leave. The purpose in whole is not to discuss my life... but to receive advice.

Thank you.

I don't care if u believe or know, homosexuality IS NOT a psychological disorder. For being SO smart, you made such a dumb comment there. Homosexuality is not a thing brought on from defects or disorders. It is what someone feels. I'm a straight, CATHOLIC, male who said this. The Bible can say what it want, gays are not going to Hell because they're gay. If you are a good person, I don't think that God cares. Some homosexuals might have psychological disorders, but not because they are gay. Striaght people have psychological disorders too. We aren't all born straight, it is a social norm that we are brought up into in many ways. People make there own decisions in life on what is attractice to them and what isn't. It is more in your genes than a disorder. I don't know why I even tried to help you. You are the most close-minded person I've heard speak. No wonder why you don't have a life or aren't a normal kid in school. You have a social disorder.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 4th, 2005, 09:28 AM
I think the major problem is that you believe that you are intellectually superior to everyone else. People don't like others talking down to them, and your posts paint you as an arrogant person. If you converse in a manner similar to your posting style, girls are going to :yawn: and/or :rolleyes: at you.

I'm around smart people all day, and we treat each other as equals. In fact, the most intelligent person I know is also the most humble. You try to act intelligent by using lots of big words and "interesting" sentence structures, but your intent is often lost in the gibberish. What good is being smart if you can't convey your ideas to others? If you want your posts to be understood and taken seriously, you should learn from someone like Joana.

My advice is for you to go to the prom by yourself. Just hang out with your friends and enjoy the night. I would have gone to my formal by myself had my mother not set me up with my neighbour without my knowledge :fiery:.

You should only ask a girl to go with you if you are willing to treat her as your intellectual equal. I don't think that girls are scared of smart guys, but nobody wants to be made to feel inferior by someone going out of their way to act intelligent. If a girl is willing to go with you, just act in a humble manner for one night and your prom will hopefully be a rewarding experience.

I see... I read some pretty cool stuff from you.

Well, I usually behave asa silly no knowledge person. It is fun alternative to entertain myself. People don't notice that I have some intellect, and I don't get bored. But instead of them going sleepy or :rolleyes:.. they go...:mad: The problem is that sometimes I exagerate.

The things that I have explained here are jsut what I feel inside sometimes. I am usually very nice to people, and I like to learn from them.

My problem that I have said is what if the person that I date is just another normal female, that is doesn't care about anything. I am very passionate, and in order for me just to have REAL fun I like to talk.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 4th, 2005, 09:31 AM
I don't care if u believe or know, homosexuality IS NOT a psychological disorder. For being SO smart, you made such a dumb comment there. Homosexuality is not a thing brought on from defects or disorders. It is what someone feels. I'm a straight, CATHOLIC, male who said this. The Bible can say what it want, gays are not going to Hell because they're gay. If you are a good person, I don't think that God cares. Some homosexuals might have psychological disorders, but not because they are gay. Striaght people have psychological disorders too. We aren't all born straight, it is a social norm that we are brought up into in many ways. People make there own decisions in life on what is attractice to them and what isn't. It is more in your genes than a disorder. I don't know why I even tried to help you. You are the most close-minded person I've heard speak. No wonder why you don't have a life or aren't a normal kid in school. You have a social disorder.

I never said they are going to hell.. and why has this turned into a homosexualism thread?

By the way.. why do you judge my point of view if you are also being very closed minded.

K-Dog
Oct 4th, 2005, 09:52 AM
I never said they are going to hell.. and why has this turned into a homosexualism thread?

By the way.. why do you judge my point of view if you are also being very closed minded.

I added the thing about going to hell to prove that i'm not your typical catholic. Nothing against you there.

HOW AM I BEING CLOSED-MINDED? I am a pretty open-minded person. Do u understand what it is like to be me and be catholic and have to hear from m dad what he thinks. You are very-closed minded on a lot of things, period. I'm not closed-minded because i'm not saying anything is an absolute. You stated something with a scienctific edge to it to explain what you feel about homosexuals. What u said has not been proven and isn't even close to fact. You can't try to state false facts. Everyone has disorders, just not homosexuals. Is being straight a disorder than? How sexuality is perceived is influenced by social norms, so the only reason you see homosexuality as you do is because of a norm planted in your head that is telling you that something is wrong with being a homosexual. Otherwise it wouldn't be a disorder if there wasn't that norm planted in your brain.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 4th, 2005, 10:11 AM
I added the thing about going to hell to prove that i'm not your typical catholic. Nothing against you there.

HOW AM I BEING CLOSED-MINDED?
Look at all what you wrote... just to prove me your are right. You are proving me that you are closed minded in this case with all your heavy remarks that Homosexualism is alright. Being Open minded is listening and not talking. You talk and not listen. I am not sayign that is wrong.. but yes.. you are being very closed minded, and I believe so just by reading your writtings.

LostGlory
Oct 4th, 2005, 10:29 AM
Well, I am a male heterosexual to begin.

I am a senior at high school. I am very good at math, and gifted at science. I hold a comprehension of many things to a greater extent. I love to talk, and I love when I can talk with someone about so many stuff, and when I can bring up a weird topic like Cuban Missile Crisis, or Kaluza-Klein theory or anything that is just clever, that draws me so much into a girl.

And here comes the problem.

I need to go to prom. Apparently the emotional value that will bring me holds a very powerful and life long lasting reminescences..

Yet, I can't find a girl whom I can ask. To me, most are all boring, very boring girls. I want to be able to talk and talk and talk and laugh and feel sad, not just to have nothing to say, not to also restrain my words, so I don't say something that is out of her league that will hurt her feelings, or make her feel bad cause she can't keep up.

To make it worst, I have never had a dated, I have never had a girlfriend, I have never had one single kiss.

I am getting frustated, I don't have any friends that can do this. I was talking to my best friend, and I am very very doomed.

But perhaps from all the members whose thoughts reside here, someone can give me some helpful advise. I am really out of what I can do.

Thanks in advance.


See everything has time and place Pram is definetly not the time nor the place to talk it will be too noisy and crowded anyway...

Here are the steps...and guys i did not read the whole thread so maybe some one else suggested this before.....

Well first of all make a list of all the high school seniors who do not have dates yet to the Pram and are not dating anyone.....

2ndly check them out and rearrange them according to who you feel a little bit more physically attracted to.

Then decide who yopu want to ask out and do it in a special way so you get decent results.

and if you make it so far try to make that night special maybe u get your first kiss before University......

Good Luck

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 4th, 2005, 10:31 AM
See everything has time and place Pram is definetly not the time nor the place to talk it will be too noisy and crowded anyway...

Here are the steps...and guys i did not read the whole thread so maybe some one else suggested this before.....

Well first of all make a list of all the high school seniors who do not have dates yet to the Pram and are not dating anyone.....

2ndly check them out and rearrange them according to who you feel a little bit more physically attracted to.

Then decide who yopu want to ask out and do it in a special way so you get decent results.

and if you make it so far try to make that night special maybe u get your first kiss before University......

Good Luck

Thanks!:D

MisterQ
Oct 4th, 2005, 03:01 PM
that is the thing.. I do not want a girl or girlfriend... I want to get in... but I want to have fun when I am in... not get bored...

My advice would be not to overthink this whole prom experience. There's no need for it to be a difficult or overly-planned ordeal. ;)

It think the only way you can really have fun at such an event is by not taking it too seriously. Find someone who might like to go, and just ask her! You can ask her casually --- you aren't proposing marriage, after all. ;) It doesn't matter if she's a dream date, it's just a few hours of your time, so go and dance, flirt a bit if you feel so inclined, mingle with friends and be merry. And don't worry whether the night is a success or not... just relax and have fun.

It's like weddings... some people put so much time and effort and worry into them, they are almost bound to fail to meet expectations!

So, think of it as a fun and low-pressure experience. :dance:

good luck :)

Sally Struthers
Oct 4th, 2005, 04:09 PM
Hon, you need to lower your standards and expectations. If you keep waiting for the perfect person you're going to be waiting for a long time. A lot of people in my experience are creeps. :tape: :haha: Also, Sally has seen pictures of you and you are badly in need of a makeover. Sally is not trying to be mean or anything. I'm just stating the truth and trying to help you.

adam_ads_n
Oct 4th, 2005, 05:56 PM
I've got other problem- me and my girlfriend will be seperated from themselves by..560 km. I can visit her only occasionaly cause she is studying in the other town(i have no money to travel, and I can not move there because I have a job here). I know she's going to visit me on Saturday when I will be just 150 km from her (I will be on the University at 2 weekends a month) and I don't know what our future will be :( We will probably see ourselves for more than some hours in December, at the moment we have only sms contact.

Scotso
Oct 5th, 2005, 07:25 AM
Anyways.. if you are here not to be helpful.. please leave. The purpose in whole is not to discuss my life... but to receive advice.

Thank you.

Okay, here's some... stop being a dick.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 5th, 2005, 07:32 AM
Okay, here's some... stop being a dick.

Take this advice... don't stress out trying to change what other people think. You have no power over no one's decision's. It is a waste of time.

ceiling_fan
Oct 5th, 2005, 08:10 AM
really important piece of advice... stop being so arrogant

"To me, most are all boring, very boring girls. I want to be able to talk and talk and talk and laugh and feel sad, not just to have nothing to say, not to also restrain my words, so I don't say something that is out of her league that will hurt her feelings, or make her feel bad cause she can't keep up."

ceiling_fan
Oct 5th, 2005, 08:16 AM
hey im just wondering, where r u from? like since ur not a nativeborn american

Ems__
Oct 5th, 2005, 08:29 AM
!!! - Dz™ - !!!, Just by reading these posts I get where you're coming from, you want it all to be perfect, in the sense that she's intellectual, you can talk and relate to her and you both go home feeling good that the night turned out fantastic.

In reality you have 2 options; just pick someone for the hell of it even if you dont like her or not go at all. If I were in your shoes, I'd just pick someone and go, its an experience and whether bad or good you can still take something from it at the end of the day.

By the way, when is it happening?

Dan the Assassin
Oct 5th, 2005, 09:57 PM
that is the thing.. I do not want a girl or girlfriend... I want to get in... but I want to have fun when I am in... not get bored...
Have the fun dude and who knows where it may lead. ;)
Just make sure you take precautionary measures. :)

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 5th, 2005, 11:00 PM
!!! - Dz™ - !!!, Just by reading these posts I get where you're coming from, you want it all to be perfect, in the sense that she's intellectual, you can talk and relate to her and you both go home feeling good that the night turned out fantastic.

In reality you have 2 options; just pick someone for the hell of it even if you dont like her or not go at all. If I were in your shoes, I'd just pick someone and go, its an experience and whether bad or good you can still take something from it at the end of the day.

By the way, when is it happening?

You hitted a jackpot....She is sweet, she is a junior, and she is very very pure person. I thought she was cute, but in the trip during the bus, I tried talking to her you know, and she described how she is not really that into hard studies. At some moment, she was asking me which Princess from all the Disney Cartoons Movies is my favourites, and it didn't really went wrong, but it was just... childish. I mean, I was very charming with her, and during the rain, I blocked the drops with my rain with my books Officer sweater. Yet, it just didn't went as expected. I still think she is great, but we definetly had our periods of silence.

And see, this is what I mean.. this is what I want to evade. But yes.. you are right... whether I go with anyone... or just not go. I am being very pathetic by trying to be perfectionist.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 5th, 2005, 11:04 PM
really important piece of advice... stop being so arrogant

"To me, most are all boring, very boring girls. I want to be able to talk and talk and talk and laugh and feel sad, not just to have nothing to say, not to also restrain my words, so I don't say something that is out of her league that will hurt her feelings, or make her feel bad cause she can't keep up."

I am not being arrogant. It is the same with them. They think I am really boring. It is just incompatibility of characters. It is natural.

Boss monkey
Oct 5th, 2005, 11:26 PM
ever thought of takeing a hooker? i bet she can be interesting for te right price :angel:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 5th, 2005, 11:28 PM
ever thought of takeing a hooker? i bet she can be interesting for te right price :angel:

C'mon...:rolleyes: I would take her to a rehab center instead... They really suffer a lot..

Black Mamba.
Oct 5th, 2005, 11:32 PM
It's prom so you really don't have to worry about talking, but just step up your confidence. I'm sure people like you for how you are so just find a girl you think is cute and ask her out.

Experimentee
Oct 6th, 2005, 01:59 AM
Its not that important that you have to go with a girl you like. You can just go with a mate. I went to my formal with mates, and had a great time. I didnt really do my hair or makeup, are spend any effort apart from getting a dress, and the guys thought it was legendary. We spent the time laughing at all the girls who actually took time to cake themselves with makeup :lol:

You shouldnt feel pressured to have a gf either, it'll soon come. Better to find someone perfect than to just date anyone for the sake of it.

go hingis
Oct 6th, 2005, 04:01 AM
I know this aint' going to help, I don't know if this is an Aussie thing or not. But lol at my year 10 and year 12 formal only students of that year where allowed to go. People who where dating went together but everyone else went in big groups. Friends meeting up at one house and going all together.

By the end that friend might be more, lol I hooked up with my boyf after our year 10 formal, and it will be 10yrs soon.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 6th, 2005, 04:04 AM
I know this aint' going to help, I don't know if this is an Aussie thing or not. But lol at my year 10 and year 12 formal only students of that year where allowed to go. People who where dating went together but everyone else went in big groups. Friends meeting up at one house and going all together.

By the end that friend might be more, lol I hooked up with my boyf after our year 10 formal, and it will be 10yrs soon.

That is cool stuff what happened to you...

Well.. I wish it could be just like that... I could just go with my groups.. but no... you must go with a female.. But prom would be so much better teh other way...

Sam's Slave
Oct 6th, 2005, 04:36 AM
you?
http://images.southparkstudios.com/media/images/905/905_back_in_town.jpg

ivanovic
Oct 6th, 2005, 04:57 AM
Well, I am a male heterosexual to begin.

I am a senior at high school. I am very good at math, and gifted at science. I hold a comprehension of many things to a greater extent. I love to talk, and I love when I can talk with someone about so many stuff, and when I can bring up a weird topic like Cuban Missile Crisis, or Kaluza-Klein theory or anything that is just clever, that draws me so much into a girl.

And here comes the problem.

I need to go to prom. Apparently the emotional value that will bring me holds a very powerful and life long lasting reminescences..

Yet, I can't find a girl whom I can ask. To me, most are all boring, very boring girls. I want to be able to talk and talk and talk and laugh and feel sad, not just to have nothing to say, not to also restrain my words, so I don't say something that is out of her league that will hurt her feelings, or make her feel bad cause she can't keep up.

To make it worst, I have never had a dated, I have never had a girlfriend, I have never had one single kiss.

I am getting frustated, I don't have any friends that can do this. I was talking to my best friend, and I am very very doomed.

But perhaps from all the members whose thoughts reside here, someone can give me some helpful advise. I am really out of what I can do.

Thanks in advance.



Just hire a hooker for the prom.

No, look I have a similar problem, I'm also "gifted" and when I talk to a beautiful girl she just stares at me doumfounded :o . Find a dorky nerdy girl and she'll be glad to date ya :p .

OR ....find a really pretty girls to her assignments for her and under the condition that she dates ya :lol: .

No, I'm just messin with you, seriously there are girls that are interested in maths and science in your school, also you seem to like laughing and having fun find a girl that is not uptight and bitchy, find someone that is down to earth and enjoyes a laugh :cool:

ivanovic
Oct 6th, 2005, 05:00 AM
ever thought of takeing a hooker? i bet she can be interesting for te right price :angel:

Well he seems to like Maria Sharapova :tape:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 6th, 2005, 05:37 AM
Well he seems to like Maria Sharapova :tape:

I think Sharapova is charming... but I can't find her pretty...

But in general I do..:) It is the effect of being a fan before Wimbledon and the French Open happened...:cool:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 6th, 2005, 05:39 AM
you?
http://images.southparkstudios.com/media/images/905/905_back_in_town.jpg

I am 6'4".. not 1'5"... my glasses are actually cool...:cool: and I don't dress so preposterously... but that is how I get in front of a pretty girl... at least deep inside I do.:rolleyes:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 6th, 2005, 05:43 AM
Just hire a hooker for the prom.

No, look I have a similar problem, I'm also "gifted" and when I talk to a beautiful girl she just stares at me doumfounded :o . Find a dorky nerdy girl and she'll be glad to date ya :p .

OR ....find a really pretty girls to her assignments for her and under the condition that she dates ya :lol: .

No, I'm just messin with you, seriously there are girls that are interested in maths and science in your school, also you seem to like laughing and having fun find a girl that is not uptight and bitchy, find someone that is down to earth and enjoyes a laugh :cool:

I wish I could find a dorky nerdy girl to date... in fact if I had two girls fighitng for me and I had to choose.. I would go for the nerdy girl! :cool:

But yeah, usually when I talk to like pretty girls like cheerleaders they stare at me and they are like... "And you are like one of those like smart kids?":lol:

But yeah... you really brought some new perspective... Now I can categorize and priritize and have another choice... down to earth girl.. I rogot how good of times you can have with down to earth girls.. :D

bw2082
Oct 6th, 2005, 05:54 AM
I am 6'4".. not 1'5"... my glasses are actually cool...:cool: and I don't dress so preposterously... but that is how I get in front of a pretty girl... at least deep inside I do.:rolleyes:


:rolleyes: I can't imagine why you're having problems. Lighten up. It's a joke. :rolleyes:

Dan the Assassin
Oct 6th, 2005, 07:08 AM
You hitted a jackpot....She is sweet, she is a junior, and she is very very pure person. I thought she was cute, but in the trip during the bus, I tried talking to her you know, and she described how she is not really that into hard studies. At some moment, she was asking me which Princess from all the Disney Cartoons Movies is my favourites, and it didn't really went wrong, but it was just... childish. I mean, I was very charming with her, and during the rain, I blocked the drops with my rain with my books Officer sweater. Yet, it just didn't went as expected. I still think she is great, but we definetly had our periods of silence.

And see, this is what I mean.. this is what I want to evade. But yes.. you are right... whether I go with anyone... or just not go. I am being very pathetic by trying to be perfectionist.
You arent pathetic for being a perfectionist; I always want the best too. ;)
Good luck dude, there's a women out there.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 7th, 2005, 09:30 PM
You arent pathetic for being a perfectionist; I always want the best too. ;)
Good luck dude, there's a women out there.

yes you are right... I am being too pessimistic and thinking all will go wrong and not making the best of what I have...

Denise4925
Oct 7th, 2005, 09:52 PM
:lol: Loser
:haha: That's just wrong.

Denise4925
Oct 7th, 2005, 10:01 PM
yes you are right... I am being too pessimistic and thinking all will go wrong and not making the best of what I have...
Dz, don't miss the prom. Those who said it was lame for them are those that have no social skills and don't know how to have fun without feeling above it all because they don't know how to have fun. Do you have any friends that are girls who you can talk to and have a good time with and who don't have a date for the prom? If so, take that person. Do you have any female cousins you like and have fun with? If so, take her or maybe she has a friend. Find someone who's not busy that night who you like to be around have fun with and take her. Don't worry about a girlfriend right now, that will come in time. But, most importantly relax and be yourself with whomever and have fun. Also, you need to ask someone soon because most girls like to prepare in advance and feel slighted if you ask at the last minute. Make sure you bring the girl a corsage when you pick her up. Even if she doesn't wear it, all girls like to get flowers from boys. :) Good luck.

Dan the Assassin
Oct 7th, 2005, 10:06 PM
yes you are right... I am being too pessimistic and thinking all will go wrong and not making the best of what I have...
Sorry, I am not saying you are pessimistic. I am saying there is nothing wrong with wanting the best, thats all. All the best dude. ;)

Denise4925
Oct 7th, 2005, 10:11 PM
yes you are right... I am being too pessimistic and thinking all will go wrong and not making the best of what I have...
I don't think its that you're being a perfectionist or a pessimist, I just think you take it all too seriously. Lighten up about it. Even smart girls like to talk about silly things. It doesn't always have to be about serious subjects. That's boring. It's okay when you really connect and it suddenly comes up, but girls just want to have fun with boys at your age.

zuluagafan
Oct 7th, 2005, 10:22 PM
hey don't take this as an offence but u have no confidence in yourself and if i'm right the thing most of the girls i know and heard from the thing they're looking for is the guys confidence. just be confident and do it ur never gonna go anywhere if u keep thinking of yourself as a loser or a nerd.

JUST DO IT!!! :yeah:

Scotso
Oct 7th, 2005, 10:43 PM
This thread is STILL here?

Hayato
Oct 7th, 2005, 11:04 PM
hey don't take this as an offence but u have no confidence in yourself and if i'm right the thing most of the girls i know and heard from the thing they're looking for is the guys confidence. just be confident and do it ur never gonna go anywhere if u keep thinking of yourself as a loser or a nerd.

JUST DO IT!!! :yeah:

:worship: Believe in yourself and focus on the good things about your personality

wurzelman
Oct 7th, 2005, 11:45 PM
I reckon I'm in the same boat, of similar personality. I go to an all-boys school, so if you wanted a date it would be easier with your unisex school. I've never had a gf either, and sometimes I think it would be great and sometimes not so. I like to talk about all sorts of complex topics concerning everything as well. But I suggest you might want to get some good friends who aren't as smart as you as you can still get on with them really well. I try and get on with people who are completely different for me, so at least you know things you might not have done.
I'm not looking for a gf until at least I go to uni I've decided. And then there are more likely to be girls like you. Maths is not just a blokes' profession, so there are bound to be girls studying, and having the same outlook as you. Well that's what I think anyway.
On the prom note, I personally would not go as it sounds like the sort of thing I would not enjoy one bit ie. all the dancing, disco-like stuff. And I don't think it would be the right place for a conversation about something like integrating trig. functions or matrix algebra. Go and talk about something else even if it is not what you would normally, because you are doing something you also would not normally.
Best wishes

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 8th, 2005, 07:09 AM
I reckon I'm in the same boat, of similar personality. I go to an all-boys school, so if you wanted a date it would be easier with your unisex school. I've never had a gf either, and sometimes I think it would be great and sometimes not so. I like to talk about all sorts of complex topics concerning everything as well. But I suggest you might want to get some good friends who aren't as smart as you as you can still get on with them really well. I try and get on with people who are completely different for me, so at least you know things you might not have done.
I'm not looking for a gf until at least I go to uni I've decided. And then there are more likely to be girls like you. Maths is not just a blokes' profession, so there are bound to be girls studying, and having the same outlook as you. Well that's what I think anyway.
On the prom note, I personally would not go as it sounds like the sort of thing I would not enjoy one bit ie. all the dancing, disco-like stuff. And I don't think it would be the right place for a conversation about something like integrating trig. functions or matrix algebra. Go and talk about something else even if it is not what you would normally, because you are doing something you also would not normally.
Best wishes

I see...

Well... I don't know if I could survive without girls. Pheromones is just sweet...

Myself in my case I have an very very quick aritmetical and algebraic mind... and also I am able to understand binary and hexadecimal as no one at my school...:p

despite that... I don't think math is interesting topic to talk about.. yet I do understand your point. Once Ken Jennings, 2.2 million dollars Jeopardy winner, taught me that knowledge can create connections. The fact that you and another person know one single fact can create one bond of affection. Thus, this impediment of sharing of knowledge, and rather pleasure seeking event may just cause really nothing useful like that.

Yet you are right... it is really not useful to go to talk there.. I heard there is lots of acitvities going there...

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 8th, 2005, 07:14 AM
hey don't take this as an offence but u have no confidence in yourself and if i'm right the thing most of the girls i know and heard from the thing they're looking for is the guys confidence. just be confident and do it ur never gonna go anywhere if u keep thinking of yourself as a loser or a nerd.

JUST DO IT!!! :yeah:

I am nerd.. and there is nothing wrong about a nerd..:D

Despite such... yes... my confidence is on the floor.. that is very big problem I have...

I just don't know how to work with it... I have such a spirit.. but such a bad confidence...

Dan the Assassin
Oct 8th, 2005, 07:17 AM
Don't mean to sound harsh DZ, but are you going to ask a girl out? Or are you going to spend your time posting on here? ;)
Get out there boy!! :)

drake3781
Oct 8th, 2005, 07:34 AM
This thread is STILL here?


:wavey: LOL, somebody feels the same way I do. I think it will be here until prom time in the spring. Along with another 10,000 posts by our very own talkative teenage gay-bashing genius, no doubt.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 8th, 2005, 07:36 AM
Don't mean to sound harsh DZ, but are you going to ask a girl out? Or are you going to spend your time posting on here? ;)
Get out there boy!! :)

It is Saturday 12:48 AM here... don't know if anyone will answer me the door without calling 911 first...:lol:

Now being serious... I am still thinking. Yet someone at work who is very popular is defined to get me date.. It is pathetic but it is something..

Other than that.. I think I may ask one person... but Sadie Harkins dance thing is going to my school.

Yet, if I ask this girl, how should I do it? Here there is lots of traditions that come from things like filling her locker full of balloons with the message hidden inside... to going to her house and fillin' her room full of balloons with the message hidden inside. I think that is just plain silly. But how the heck can I ask a girl. I mean, somehow I must create a good impression cause afterall it is also a very important thing for her... it may be even more important for her tthan it is to me....

Xanadu11
Oct 8th, 2005, 10:51 AM
The whole Prom/Formal thing is overated, mine's in a month and I'm just going with my mates, I have a bf but he doesn't really want to go and I would just find it annoying having to introduce him to all my friends and make sure he is having a good time, when I just want to enjoy the last time I'm going to be with all my high school friends forever.

And I used to be all, oh i'm only going to go out with a guy who understands my literary allusions, and I actully have a bf who does now, but I went out with some guys who didn't before I got to him and they were great guys in there own right, all people whether they are ultra smart or into intellectual conversation can offer you something and I did learn alot from them. Just be yourself.

That's just my 2 cents

Dan the Assassin
Oct 9th, 2005, 07:03 AM
It is Saturday 12:48 AM here... don't know if anyone will answer me the door without calling 911 first...:lol:

Now being serious... I am still thinking. Yet someone at work who is very popular is defined to get me date.. It is pathetic but it is something..

Other than that.. I think I may ask one person... but Sadie Harkins dance thing is going to my school.

Yet, if I ask this girl, how should I do it? Here there is lots of traditions that come from things like filling her locker full of balloons with the message hidden inside... to going to her house and fillin' her room full of balloons with the message hidden inside. I think that is just plain silly. But how the heck can I ask a girl. I mean, somehow I must create a good impression cause afterall it is also a very important thing for her... it may be even more important for her tthan it is to me....

Just approach the chose one and say: "You coming to the fucking prom with me or what?" ;)
Be straight to the point, show confidence.

ivanovic
Oct 11th, 2005, 03:46 AM
I finally found a chick for you - in fact there's several to choose from... just open this link
http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/images/bltalibansingles.htm

WimbledonGreen7
Oct 11th, 2005, 04:04 AM
hey, ever heard of a MTV show called MADE????? try it:)

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 11th, 2005, 04:49 AM
hey, ever heard of a MTV show called MADE????? try it:)

I don't watch MTV...:rolleyes:

Ems__
Oct 11th, 2005, 04:52 AM
I don't watch MTV...:rolleyes:

Either way, keep us updated on what happens, if you go :)

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 11th, 2005, 04:58 AM
Either way, keep us updated on what happens, if you go :)

No problem... I should meet tomorrow in a formal meeting the girl that I want to be my date... we'll see..

Ems__
Oct 11th, 2005, 05:01 AM
No problem... I should meet tomorrow in a formal meeting the girl that I want to be my date... we'll see..

Good luck, I wish you all the best :D

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 11th, 2005, 05:14 AM
Good luck, I wish you all the best :D


Thanks coach!:p

Ryan
Oct 11th, 2005, 01:17 PM
Wow, it sounds like your school was some fucking problems when it comes to asking a girl out. :rolleyes:

I think you're taking your "gifted-ness" way too seriously. When ti comes to school I like to write essays, and I like biology. That doesn't mean when I go out with my friends, thats what I talk about. :rolleyes: Just because you are smart doesn't mean you need to shove it down people's throats. Talk about other interests you have (ummm, tennis maybe?).

As for the part about asking a girl. Do you TALK to any girls in school? Use that to narrow down your list. :p And who gives a shit if you actually really like the girl. Chances are there are lots of girls who feel just as insecure as you about prom, and would love to be asked out. Put aside your feelings for a second and think about how happy you would make someone if you asked them out.

And, really try and make your friends go. My prom was a 12-hour shindig, and for someone like yourself who claims to be "gifted", you might have more fun if you are with a group of people you're comfortable with.

P.S. While Prom is not the be all, end all of the world, it IS a blast and you should go!

Scotso
Oct 11th, 2005, 01:19 PM
Wow, it sounds like your school was some fucking problems when it comes to asking a girl out. :rolleyes:

I think you're taking your "gifted-ness" way too seriously. When ti comes to school I like to write essays, and I like biology. That doesn't mean when I go out with my friends, thats what I talk about. :rolleyes: Just because you are smart doesn't mean you need to shove it down people's throats. Talk about other interests you have (ummm, tennis maybe?).

The problem is that he isn't all that smart. He likes to talk about it all the time because he's trying to convince people that he is.

Ryan
Oct 11th, 2005, 01:20 PM
The problem is that he isn't all that smart. He likes to talk about it all the time because he's trying to convince people that he is.



Well then if he's stupid he should just ask a girl who does drugs. At my school they were huge sluts who could barely remember anyone's name. Perfect prom date.

Sharapower
Oct 11th, 2005, 02:53 PM
Hey, Dz, got to tell you some bad news :sad: .

In this world, most people don't really care about who's the most intellectual. What they really care about is "How hot is (are) the person(s) (s)he fucks?" :tape: .

So here's a depraved old guy's piece of advice: if you want your IQ to lead you somewhere, get sexy girls laid. No joke.

:cool:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 16th, 2005, 03:02 AM
Hey, Dz, got to tell you some bad news :sad: .

In this world, most people don't really care about who's the most intellectual. What they really care about is "How hot is (are) the person(s) (s)he fucks?" :tape: .

So here's a depraved old guy's piece of advice: if you want your IQ to lead you somewhere, get sexy girls laid. No joke.

:cool:

I really don't care about sex. I will save that for marriage.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 16th, 2005, 03:03 AM
This thread just turned wild... :rolleyes:

TF Chipmunk
Oct 16th, 2005, 03:40 AM
This thread just turned wild... :rolleyes:
It's just that you're in a peculiar situation :o

ivanovic
Oct 16th, 2005, 08:37 AM
ever tried a dating a blow-up doll. lol

Dan the Assassin
Oct 16th, 2005, 08:54 AM
ever tried a dating a blow-up doll. lol
I did once, but she was abit of a let down. ;)

cerbero
Oct 16th, 2005, 09:16 AM
I did once, but she was abit of a let down. ;)
Maybe you took an old model...try the new ones :devil:

Dan the Assassin
Oct 16th, 2005, 09:27 AM
Maybe you took an old model...try the new ones :devil:
I wanted to buy a new one, but i couldnt afford one; the prices they are so inflated these days. :)

TF Chipmunk
Oct 16th, 2005, 06:01 PM
:tape:

ivanovic
Oct 17th, 2005, 01:10 AM
I did once, but she was abit of a let down. ;)

no way - r u kidding - you did not have sex with a blow up doll :lol: :confused:

Davenselesport
Oct 17th, 2005, 01:12 AM
Hm, prom shouldn't be for another 6-7 months??

Sharapower
Oct 17th, 2005, 05:58 AM
I really don't care about sex. I will save that for marriage.

hugh :tape:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Oct 17th, 2005, 06:25 AM
this thread has just gone wrong..

Dan the Assassin
Oct 17th, 2005, 07:10 AM
no way - r u kidding - you did not have sex with a blow up doll :lol: :confused:
Yeah, she saw the size and said, "no way your puncturing me with that one." :tape:

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Nov 24th, 2005, 01:16 AM
what should I do...

drake3781
Nov 24th, 2005, 01:56 AM
what should I do...

OMG I cant believe you brought this thread back up! :rolleyes: :tape: When it dies, it dies.

!!!--Duiz™--!!!
Nov 25th, 2005, 08:24 AM
OMG I cant believe you brought this thread back up! :rolleyes: :tape: When it dies, it dies.

:lol:

*abby*
Nov 25th, 2005, 10:13 AM
at school i went to 3 prom/ball type things!first one i jst went with my mates
second one i went with my mate vicky
3rd one i had a bf but not from school i still went alone

all 3 years i had a blast!!!
u dont need a date

leeber
Nov 25th, 2005, 11:10 AM
this thread is old... your prom still on? :)

Langers
Nov 29th, 2005, 08:48 AM
To make it worst, I have never had a dated, I have never had a girlfriend, I have never had one single kiss.
Same here mate. I just finished high school and I’ve never had a girlfriend. My mates in primary school made fun of me because I hadn’t ever had one by year 6, and now I’ve finished high school and nothing has changed :(

We had our year 12 formal about 3 months ago, and I was too scared to ask out this ne girl I really like, so I just forgot about it and didn’t go.

I hope you have better luck than me! :)