- Write a dialogue between a mother and her daughter regarding prom and its relevant, needless extravagance.
- Importance of prom
- Its extravagance
- Affiliation of teenagers with prom.
The following dialogue is between a mother and a daughter regarding the extravagance of prom.
Mom: What’s the matter with you?
Daughter: What do you mean? Where is my dress?
Mom: Dress…which dress?
Daughter: PROM DRESS, duh! (eye-roll)
Mom: Oh, darling! It’s at the laundromat.
Daughter: Mom! You were supposed to get it!
Mom: Okay, calm down. I’ll call the driver to get it in a jiffy.
Daughter: Whatever… I don’t even feel like going now.
Mom: Sweetie, it is prom! The day you have been waiting for your whole life. Remember when you used to dress up as a child and wait for your imaginary boyfriend? Hahaha, good old days!
Daughter: Ugh…stop embarrassing me, mom!
Mom: You know that this is your last year of high school, so enjoy! This day will never come again. You’ll be going to a university after this so go and have fun at prom. (patting her on the shoulder)
Daughter: Okay mom.
Mom: That’s like a good girl.
Mom: Oh yes, your dress is here!
Daughter: Thank goodness.
Mom: Wow, it is beautifulll! (as she opens the packaging)
Daughter: Turquoise! Ahh, my favorite color. Love it!
Mom: Darling, I am just so happy for you. Mommy’s big girl! (kisses her on the cheek)
Daughter: Mommm, stop! I am eighteen years old. An adult! Not a baby!
Mom: …but you’ll always remain my baby. Do you know that my prom was perfect? I miss it.
Daughter: Oh yeah, explain more mom.
Mom: The lighting, chandeliers, décor, dresses…everything was perfect.
Daughter: Wow! Mine will be great too.
Mom: Yes, darling, hopefully.
Daughter: I want food and my boyfriend is here!
Mom: Bye sweetie!