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10 great ways to ask that guy to Turnabout

The Turnabout dance will be held on March 16 at RB and time is running out for the girls who usually ask the guys to the dance!

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The Turnabout dance will be held on March 16 at RB and time is running out for the girls who usually ask the guys to the dance!

Christine Vassos, Staff Reporter

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Time is running out!  The Turnabout dance will take place at RB on March 16 from 7-10pm in the main gym.  This is the dance where usually the girls ask the guys to the dance.  So, girls if you are having trouble coming up with some ideas on how to ask a guy to the Turnabout dance then here are a few suggestions…

  1. Decorate his car with streamers and a sign.
  2. Decorate his locker with streamers, wrapping paper, candy and a sign.
  3. Go to his work and surprise him.
  4. Ask him at lunch by putting a note that asks, “Turnabout?” on the back of his favorite candy bar.
  5. Ask to borrow his notebook because you need his notes for a class and write, “Turnabout?” on the next page in big bright colors!
  6. Make some dessert for him, because who doesn’t love sweets? Make some cookies or a cake with a note that asks, “Turnabout?”
  7. Make a shirt for you to wear that has his name written on the front and then on the back ask him to the dance.
  8. Put a note on his desk before class starts that asks, “Turnabout?” and decorate his desk quickly before he comes to class.
  9. Ask to borrow his calculator in math class and then type out the invitation on it.
  10. Write his name and the invitation up on one of his classroom boards during his class; just make sure your teacher knows and is okay with it first.

May these tips relieve some stress about how you are going to ask that guy of yours to the dance.  Or, remember you can be creative and come up with one of your own!  Either way, if you ask someone or just go with a group of friends, be sure to have a good time at the dance.

About the Writer
Christine Vassos, Lifestyles
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Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Christine Vassos is a new reporter for Clarion.  Christine started reporting at her grade school, Komarek, for their world known paper PawPrints.  Now Christine is onto bigger and better news coverage for RB’s Clarion newspaper, which she is thrilled to be on.  Christine is one of the lifestyle reporters so she will keep everyone up to date on the newest trends, highlights, and culture around RB and the community.  Christine is turning over from a Wildcat to a Bulldog reporter and can not wait!

Other then being a lifestyles reporter for Clarion, Christine is also very involved at RB.  She is on the Repertory Dance Ensemble, Orchesis Dance Company, Captain of the Twirl Team, involved in Student Association, in National Honors Society, and works at the North Riverside Library.  Christine loves being involved at RB and now also being a Bulldog reporter!

Christine Vassos can be contacted at [email protected]

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