Who’s responsible for prom?- Guys POV
Ricardo Becerra, Reporter
May 6, 2012
Filed under Opinion
Prom comes once in a lifetime, but rejections will continue in our lives–from the start to the end.
Girls tend to not see it from the guy’s perspective, because they’re not asking but being asked. Guys sacrifice a lot, and the girls have the ability to accept or reject guys to either make or break their hearts. Males also have emotions, because we know how to feel hurt when girls reject us with no pity. Girls should try putting themselves in the guy’s shoes; how would you feel if you got rejected?
The girl always get to choose; the guys do too, but in the end, the result could range from the happiest man in the world to a broken heart.
Guys tend to use advanced electronics to their advantage. Technology defines this century, and some girls agree that a text message can sweep their feet off the ground while others don’t find romance in it at all.
By asking a girl out on a social network, such as facebook, all your friends can see the response. And it shows courage; they’re putting their dignity on the line.
Think of it like this: if you ask out a girl in a way that is so unique and special, then that means the prom probably won’t seem as special. You don’t want the “asking out” part to be what she remembers most, or the highlight of prom; you want the actual prom night to be special and romantic.
As to this year’s theme, “A Secret Garden,” the night supposedly makes her eyes sparkle. As I see it, the secret garden presents a memorable place where the stars expose the dark night, and with an atmosphere that glamorously dazzles in a way which complements both partners.
Girls, take this moment to think of the guy or guys you rejected to prom. Give him a chance; he might just amaze you and make you the happiest girl in the world.