Is it putting more pressure on the person asking to one up what other people are doing to ask their dates to prom?
Isn't asking someone to prom nerve wracking enough that now our kids are adding just one more thing to make it that much more stressful.
So promposal aside, this local mom took out a craigslist ad to find a prom date for her daughter and three of her friends.
The title says "Hot Male Teens 17-19 years old for Prom Date".
Here's the ad:
My daughter and her friends attend a small private school in Seattle. The Senior Prom is June 2nd. My husband and I are looking to hire four prom dates for my daughter and her three friends. All the gals are very good looking, trim, friendly, and fun. We can trade photos. The time commitment would be seven hours..5pm to midnight paid at $50 per hour. If you are taller than 6feet, good looking, fit and outgoing, please send your photo to me as soon as possible. You will be required to interview, if selected, you will also need to meet for a one hour strategy session and tux fitting in advance of prom night. All expenses will be paid by us, tux rental, pre-party at down town high rise condo, limo, Senior dinner, and prom. To be clear..all expenses paid, no compensation for interview or tux fitting, $350 for seven hours on Prom night.
I look forward to hearing from you.
I heard about this ad this afternoon and am blown away. Is this really the direction this milestone dance is heading in?
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