This teenage's (literally) cheesy "promposal" sure is heartwarming. High school senior Shaedon Wedel asked his best friend's sister, Carlie Wittman, to the prom using her favorite snack. "I know I'm NACHO typical Dorito but ...," says Wedel's T-shirt in the front, and continues in the back "I'm going to be CHEESY and ask: WILL YOU GO TO THE PROM WITH ME?" Wittman, 15, who has Down Syndrome, was thrilled.
"Ever since I've known her, she's loved Doritos," Wedel said. "I didn't do it for the publicity and stuff, I did it to make her happy. She deserves a lot. Knowing her for seven years now, she's brought nothing but joy to my life. Anyone who's ever around her, she makes them laugh, she always has a smile on her face. She's amazing."
And this is how Canadians asks their dates to prom.
Reddit user LegalizeOtt had a creative but questionable plan to ask his date to prom. He posted a photo of the epic idea with the caption “Wish me luck.”
She said yes, so the happy couple took the only logical next step: They found a great view and promptly smoked 1.5 of the joints. There are high hopes for prom night, too.
That's the good thing about dating a shortie! She can't say no.
Promposal… Up style.
When girls ask guys to the prom, they go zombie.
Promposal! P is for Prince Charming. R is for Running Jokes. O is for Opposites Attract. M is for Musical Couple. Four days before the scavenger hunt (to find the PROM letters), he will get a sweet note and a gift about the four topics the letters are based on. At the end of the scavenger hunt, he will find her with the question mark!
If you have something important to say, say it with flours (pun intended).
This is the best Post It prank a girl could get.
This running enthusiast used technology as a super cute way to ask for her hand… in prom. Forget the traditional corsage, this couple took the active route to romantic bliss. Joran Fuller, an American teen, ran five and a half miles across the city up and down the streets in a special way. The route was being recorded by his iPhone app, and spelled out "Prom?"
Hearts across Twitter melted when Claire Short shared the screengrab of his romantic exercise regime. She wrote: "But did your prom date run 5.5 miles to ask you?"