A student who asked Miss America Nina Davuluri to the prom has been suspended by the educational institution authorities. He had been warned not to attempt such an act but he did and this prompted the suspension.
What started out innocently enough ended up becoming a serious matter. A student at the same high school where Miss America, Nina Davuluri, studied planned to ask her out to the prom.
His designs became common knowledge and the school authorities issued him a warning that no such act of foolishness was to be done when the question and answer session with the Indian native too place. He did exactly as he wanted and presented her with a plastic flower and asked her to be his prom date.
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Patrick Farves became the laughing stock of the high school when he did the impossible. Miss America simply laughed it off and the applause was deafening. However, the high school authorities had to do something about their rules being flouted. So they suspended the boy for some time.
Although it is not a crime to ask a Miss America contest winner to the prom, the disregard of rules definitely comes under the rubric of foul behavior. The boy has in fact been let off with a light punishment.
Miss America Nina Davuluri is currently taking part in educational programs and partaking of the fun-filled life that anyone with half her fame would be enjoying. She also made an appearance at a basketball game recently.
When you are so beautiful and have the body of Aphrodite, to have an average person just come up to you and ask you out is in a way an unexpected thing. Society is a balancing act after all.
To have opposites together in tandem is an unnatural thing and everybody looks good in his or her league. There are more indirect ways of asking someone to a prom than embarrassing them before the whole high school to which they belong.
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