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5 brilliant promposal ideas

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May 30th, 2024. Prom is coming. The pool of potential prom dates is decreasing by the second.  Here are a few brilliant ideas for any idea-less people. Time is running out. It’s time to prompose. Step up and prompose now.

 

1. At Big Boy’s Burgers

Everyone knows a King student’s favourite place at King is across the street where the poutine is. Everyone enjoys Big Boy’s poutine. Everyone enjoys it so much that they leave the poutine containers in the hallways so that others can experience it too. There’s no way your potential prom date doesn’t like Big Boy’s poutine. It’s the perfect bribe: prom for poutine. 

 

2. In the washrooms

The washrooms at King are surely the most romantic places in the school. They have such great lighting and are beautifully decorated. Everyone else must think so too since they spend so much time in there. You’ll have a very large audience cheering you on when you prompose, no matter what period it is.

 

3. With a tiny sign

Everyone else is promposing with huge signs; don’t you want to stand out from the crowd? Maybe you might even be able to make your sign look good since there’s less space to fill in. There’s a bonus too: your potential prom date will have to move really close to you in order to read it.

 

4. During travel time

How else are you going to gather a huge crowd to witness your proposal if you don’t prompose during travel time? Getting to class isn’t even that important. Everyone would rather be stuck behind people standing in the hallways anyway. Traffic isn’t even real. 

 

5. Checking beforehand in private

This is genuine advice, public rejection is not fun. Most people aren’t silly enough to prompose without checking beforehand but perhaps you aren’t most people. Sometimes it’s just better to be safe than sorry. It’s easy for people to get caught off-guard and feel that their boundaries have been overstepped! Don’t plan a public surprise promposal if you aren’t completely sure about the outcome.

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Nikita Hardial, Managing Editor
Nikita Hardial is a Managing Editor of the Kingsley Voice. She has been a part of the team since 2021. 

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    SabihaMay 9, 2024 at 9:52 am

    I tried these and it worked!! Thank you so much!

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