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Monday, June 6, 2011

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The Anti-Prom

"Near the end, the prom king and queen were selected. The prom queen, Dinae Anderson, 15, ... wore a funky purple tutu outfit that she designed and made a couple hours before arriving, she said. The king wore a black tuxedo — possibly the only tux at the anti-prom. Immediately after being named prom king, he sprinted out of the building and up Fifth Avenue and could not be interviewed."
Things are a little different at New York City's anti-prom, but it actually looks like a lot more fun than the real prom.

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boyofdestiny

I kinda feel bad for the regular gay kids whose only option is to go to prom with a bunch of weirdos.

theharpoon

Oh, the shame those pretentious goth children will feel when they grow up.

Tulletilsynet

What kind of figure of speech is "actually looks like a lot more fun than the real prom"? With the "actually" thrown in there, it would have to be something stronger than understatement.

Etrasath

Honestly, this sounds like comicon.

nogreeneggs

“We aren’t a category — we’re a way of life,” Joey said. “We show off the inner darkness that everyone else tries to hide.”

Said at least once by every single emo teenager everywhere.

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