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(Orange County Register)   The OC... where high school seniors and juniors hold NFL style drafts for prom dates   ( divider line
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2014-05-07 09:18:41 AM  
2 votes:
School officials need to farking relax.  The only people who seem to have a problem with this are people not involved with it.

The boys are cool with it, the girls are cool with it, the parents are cool with it...back the fark off.
2014-05-07 09:29:54 AM  
1 vote:
Principal FTA: Students should not be judged or ranked.

Lolwut? This school doesn't have tests or grades?
2014-05-07 09:04:47 AM  
1 vote:
"These boys must be very confused about the time we live in if they think that being asked to prom is such a high honor."

Oh, you mean the time wherein boys are expected to have elaborate "prom-posals" that are elaborate, time-consuming, and often expensive, just to make the girl "feel special"? LIKE IT SAYS IN THE FARKING ARTICLE?

In a world where asking a date to prom has become more romantic than asking for a partner's hand in marriage, one group of high school boys has gone the opposite direction.

Yeah, I think they know "what time they live in" perfectly well.
2014-05-07 08:03:21 AM  
1 vote:
So does the biggest loser in the high school get first pick?
2014-05-07 06:07:57 AM  
1 vote:
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