15, f. i've been with my boyfriend since homecoming. we are so happy together and i really couldn't see myself with anyone else. we never fight either, and have recently started saying "i love you". he is 17, but is only a junior. he goes to another school (an all guys school) and at his school it is a junior/senior prom. prom is april 12th, and he still hasn't asked me. he told me when he got the invite for it in the mail and whatnot, and his mom asked me what my dress color was because he was going to get his suit tailored. i responded with "well, i haven't been asked actually" because he was sitting right there. when we were talking about it, he said "i have everything under control". i'm starting to freak out about timing and stuff. i need to get a dress and make appointments! what should i do? help pleaaaase. i'm getting nervous he is going to not want to take me or something cause he hasn't asked me yet!
deathwillcome answered Monday March 24 2008, 1:28 am: He is going to ask you. I didn't even have to read the whole thing to get that. When he says "I have everything under control" when you said you hadn't been asked, you should have known. He's just trying to find the right time and make it special. Don't freak out too much. He loves you if he's saying it, and he knows you love him. Besides, when he said "I got the invite in the mail" or whatever, he was clueing you in, that he was thinking of you when he got it. Don't worry...he'll figure it out. I hope I helped, and calmed you down a little. Have fun at your/his prom! [ deathwillcome's advice column | Ask deathwillcome A Question ]
mslovely22 answered Monday March 24 2008, 12:30 am: Hmm I would wait till the end of March, and if he still hasn't asked you then I would front up ask him,. Are you going to ask me or not? Because if you are I need to know to get ready for it. You maybe able to pull it together at the last minute, but I am a girl. We girls need time: P
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