So this would actually be my second time asking for tolo related advice...proving to me how completely ridiculous this all is haha In about 2 weeks is my school's tolo dance. A group of my friends have decided they really want to go and apparently that means that I too have to go. My main problem so far has been i don't have anyone I would like to ask. Then last friday i ran into a friend of mine from this summer and my mom suggested I ask him; but by the time i went to find him again he was gone. I've since been asking people who know him for his number so that I can ask him but have hit a dead end with that so far. Then last night my friends called me telling me they needed to know right then whether or not I'm going to tolo because they need to make dinner and apparently limo (why do we need a limo?? it's informal!) reservations when they know that part of my decisions hinges on when/if i can get ahold of this friend of mine and what he says. They then told me that they need to know by wednesday if I'm going. So thats the background stuff Here's my problem, I don't even know if i want to go. The friend I've contemplated asking is homeschooled which means (if he says yes) I have to go through getting all the papers and stuff for a date from a different school, which i already had to do for homecoming...and it was a huge pain and I don't look forwards to going through again. Also while I think it could be fun I'm stressing over finding someone to ask then having the money for tickets, food, limo, pictures, and everything else for something i didn't really want to go in the first place. I know that dances really can be incredibly fun, and the group i would theoretically go with (provided that they don't throw me out first because heaven forbid I haven't gotten a date fast enough for the dance they want me to go to) would be really fun and I think I would have fun with my friend, providing of course that he says yes and all that. However I keep switching between wanting to go and not wanting to go and I feel quite evenly torn. So I suppose what I'm asking is, were you in my place, what would you do?