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Highschool Dances

Discussion in 'Teens Section' started by kreestar, Oct 5, 2004.

  1. kreestar

    kreestar New Member

    *Claps for a teens section* :D
    This Friday is our first homecoming dance of the year. I'm not really into dances, I didn't even go to prom last year( my junior year). I was just wondering about everyone else.( graduates included)
     
  2. Catrat

    Catrat New Member

    Yeah, at the school I go to, I'm year 12 (thats when you're 16/17) and we had a ball. I don't really like dancing much either and I didn't think I would but somehow it's kind of catching *shrugs*. Those kind of things have got a really great atmosphere...
     
  3. Potholer

    Potholer Active Member

    Yeah, I go to school with Catrat and we went together.

    I almost never get dressed up and I despise wearing a skirt...unless it's for a special occasion like balls. I love dressing up pretty for these. Even if you don't think it'll be any good, it's better to go and then leave early than it is to just not go at all.

    A friend of mine actually has her homecoming coming up and, after much indecision, she's decided to go.

    I had a great time at our ball because it was great seeing everyone dressed up so beautifully (it was formal) and, agreed about the atmosphere.

    :D

    And yay teen section.
     
  4. kreestar

    kreestar New Member

    I'd really like to make( or at least design) my dress for prom this year. Or buy one that I can alter.
     
  5. arwenpotter

    arwenpotter New Member

    well i suck at dancing (heh) so i dont bother going ot the school discos but i used to go to my primary school one...

    heh i think im the youngest one on this forum *feels small* :lol:
     
  6. Potholer

    Potholer Active Member

    Heh, on the net, you can be as big as you want or as small as you want. I like to think I'm tall. I know that's not true, but do you...?**

    And yes, I totally sympathise with you on the dancing thing. I could swear donkeys have more co-ordination than me. :whistle:





    **Oops
     
  7. kreestar

    kreestar New Member

    How old are you Arwenpotter?
     
  8. arwenpotter

    arwenpotter New Member

    haha thx Pot.

    im 14 Kreestar but 15 on the 5/2
     
  9. Jedi_chick

    Jedi_chick New Member

    We have debutes and formals at my school

    yr 10:Debute
    yr12-senior yr:Formal

    :partygirl:
     
  10. Snowbaby

    Snowbaby Active Member

    We don't have any of these at my school..... Oh wait, I'm not in school anymore :angry: hehe

    We used to have a christmas dance held for individual years every year. I remember it well, for about 2 months beforehand our physical education lessons were dancing!!!!!!! BORING!!!!!!!
     
  11. Potholer

    Potholer Active Member

    Awww!

    I wanted to learn how to dance before our Ball but we left it too late :(.

    Haha, I used to hate dancing....cooties from the baoys and all ewwwww :p.

    What kind of dancing did you do?
     
  12. Snowbaby

    Snowbaby Active Member

    Ermm... i think it was "traditional scottish dances" like the waltz, military two step, square tango, etc (that's all i can remember *coff*)

     
  13. Sassafrass!

    Sassafrass! New Member

    I LOVE dances!! We have four formals a year and 4-6 informals. I go to them ALL!! lol
     
  14. Tiddlyjen

    Tiddlyjen New Member

    we have a yr 10 formal, yr 11 debutante (but we didnt have one this year so we're having ours in yr 12) and the yr 12 formal
    :D i cant wait! :rolleyes:
     
  15. Potholer

    Potholer Active Member

    That sounds pretty danred nifty, Tiddly. We had our yr 12 ball last year and it was heaps of fun.

    Haha, are you suuuure you can't think of any other dances, Snowy? hmmmm? *raises eyebrows*

    I so would have loved to learn some of them. So nifty.
     

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