The students and teachers of a New York City high school were shocked this morning to witness a boy ‘prompose’ to a girl and not another male student.
Alex Sabin, of Harry S. Truman High School, promposed to Kelly McKenna just before the end of first period (that’s like little lón or something).
When McKenna exited her English class she was met by Sabin, who was playing Poison’s ‘Every Rose Has Its Torn’ and holding a flower covered sign reading ‘Prom?’
At first, the girl assumed the sign was meant for the gay kid she sits next to, but was ecstatic to discover it was, in fact, her who was being asked to Prom.
This bold move from Alex Sabin has left internet users the world over baffled, because the general consensus is that promposals are really, really gay.
“It just don’t seem right,” said one New York City native earlier today. “I mean, a man just isn’t supposed to ask a girl to go to Prom like that.”
LGBT rights group GLAAD has also spoken out against the promposal, claiming a boy promposing to a girl is appropriation of gay culture.
Speaking to SatIrish Press via phone, a GLAAD spokesperson said:
“We invented that faggy way of asking people to Prom and there’s no way we’re letting those straight bastards take it from us.”
According to inside sources, the LGBT community are planning to strike back against Sabin and McKenna with a blood oriented Prom prank, much like that Stephen King book.
It seems Sabin and McKenna will be drowned in blood when the elevator of McKenna’s apartment building opens.