Sunday, May 8, 2011

Prom vs. Anti-Prom

Prom: A gathering of juniors and seniors (very rarely underclassman)
It's an event where they can dance and enjoy the last month of high school.
It's an overly hyped up night for virgins, if you know what I mean.
Our Prom is in Hollywood this year at a club that was supposedly "shot up" a year or two ago. Having Prom in Hollywood is, to me, a little inconvenient because no one lives anywhere near LA.
The unpopular kids are nominated as Prom King and Queen and then are told that they were only nominated as a joke.

Anti-Prom: A gathering of seniors
They can eat a dinner and hang out
No one is pressured to have sex or get wasted
It would be conveniently placed at someone's house closer to the school
No one would have to deal with the humiliation of being made fun of

I dont know which to choose...
I was thinking of hosting a themed party at my house for my friends who can't go to Prom. I don't have any ideas for any good themes, though.

I'm hosting a dinner party next month and everyone who shows up has to act like a celebrity, character, or whomever they wish to be. I'll most likely be Martha Stewart just because... I don't have a good reason haha.

I want to thank you guys for commenting on my video project, I really appreciate it. We get to watch them in class tomorrow, so that'll be exciting.

I hope you all had a happy Mother's Day!


  1. Anti-prom sounds more fun...dinner with friends is definitely better than watching jerks grind to club music all night.

  2. Boyd took the words right out of my mouth.

  3. Anti-prom sounds so much cooler. go for that ;)

  4. prom is sort of a right of passage- something you look forward to throughout high school. then again, anti prom sounds a lot more chill. I say do both.

  5. I don't know. It all sounds a bit racist.

    Make the decision you think is right. After seeing Pretty in Pink, I just don't think Prom is something I would ever miss. Even if it is overrated.