Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Perfect Prom Date: A Prom Books Giveaway

As promised on the giveaway post, I thought I'd share an...interesting photo from my prom years.  My friends and I had a lot of imagination and not a lot of dates.  So, we decided the best thing to do was create the perfect dates.  Check these dream boys out:
They may not say a lot, but they sure won't break your heart!

So,  now that you've seen the embarrassment of my own prom dreams (ok, I did go and my date looked better than this one), don't forget to enter the giveaway for four fabulous prom books

Illuminate by Aimee Agresti
Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick by Joe Schreiber
Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey
The Fashion Coloring Book by Carol Chu and Lulu Chang

Check out the giveaway post for details - you still have a few days to enter!

What embarrassing things do you have photographic proof of?

If you buy through my Amazon linkage, I will get a very small percentage


  1. Ha! What fun! I remember one dance (not prom) my friend and I sat in my room (since we had not been asked of course) and made a list of all the guys we WISH we could go with. (It was a long list!) And then we made goals to make them notice us. And guess what? It sort of actually worked! :)

    1. That's awesome that you went beyond the list to making them notice you - sounds like a great book premise! I think we stuck with just the list :)

  2. I'm pretty sure I burned (or at least threw away) my prom pictures. The cardboard cut out idea is cute (and probably a lot more fun than I had)!

    1. Sounds like it was definitely not a fun experience. I still have my photos, mostly to look at myself and laugh at how seriously I took myself.

  3. That's hilarious. It makes me feel better about all the silly things I did.

    1. Oh all the ridiculous things we did in our younger days - it would fill many volumes of embarrassment and hilarity! :)


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