We were all in our prom gowns and tuxedos, and I laughed my face off.
“We cremated her, went to a nail salon, and [McKenna] got dressed and went to her prom,” says McGinn.
Because Lapid is more interested in being a prom king than a peacemaker: He wants, above all, to stay popular.
I was able to live my high school prom experience through filming because I wasn't able to attend my own prom.
Seventeen-year-old Alphonza Bryant, killed by gun violence in the Bronx on April 22, had already been fitted for his prom tuxedo.
prom eight to fourteen hours a day we walked and combed the country for bear signs.
Twenty-four dances to fill, and the prom only two weeks off!
prom′inence, prom′inency, state or quality of being prominent: conspicuousness: distinction.
I'm filling up a girl's card for the prom, and I want you to help me out.
Ashley Dwight had been up307 to see her twice since the prom.