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Question Posted Thursday March 17 2005, 9:20 am

i asked Frank to the prom, but he said he didn't know because he said he can't dance. i asked him again and he back with the reply "dances aren't for me". what should i do?! i really want him to go because the 2 of us will have a fun time.

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NEVERLETG00 answered Thursday March 17 2005, 5:13 pm:
dancing isn't all about prom! its about having fun, try getting him to go once more and if he says no i'm sorry but i guess he just isn't the guy, if you have any other guy friends who are available to go, ask them, itll be fun and hopefully frank can go xox

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karenR answered Thursday March 17 2005, 5:08 pm:
Tell him the dancing isn't important.You can dance with others but you'd really like his company at the dance.

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KrazieSweetLover answered Thursday March 17 2005, 4:50 pm:
ask him if he wants to go at all... and if he says yes say how about going with me... if he says something thats not a yes say you meen just as friends... and if still no go.. then ask someone else

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FlaWlessMonoLith answered Thursday March 17 2005, 2:06 pm:
go to the movies instead i agree with him on the dances

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bAhAmAmA0250 answered Thursday March 17 2005, 1:49 pm:
say you'd like to go cuz.. well you'd like to spend that speacial moment with him and its not all about dancing its just about having a good time-trix

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angelinluv6767 answered Thursday March 17 2005, 1:10 pm:
tell him that alot of people cant dance, they just go to have fun and thats what you want yall to do!! (have fun) and if he still says they arent for him, tell him that you can teach him to dance! and se ehow that goes. hope this helped.

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finehotty answered Thursday March 17 2005, 1:09 pm:
you should tell him to go but you could teach him how to dance

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MummuM answered Thursday March 17 2005, 1:04 pm:
Tell him that you'll teach him how to dance and it's really not that hard. Maybe after school sometime he could go over to your house. You guys could do some dancing in your room and such. That way he won't feel so uncomfortable and maybe he'll change his mind about prom.
♥ Krissy

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