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For the swimmers! Great promposal. This boy asked this girl to the prom by putting a sign in the pool during the last lap of the 500 meters at her swim meet. (note his dear friend behind him holding the flowers.) She said yes:-)

Dean knew that Wood was jumpy. He tried to get her to relax - albeit in his own teasing way. “You look green,” he said, while they waited to begin the love scene. “And you know how green photographs in color.” But his jab did not break through. “I managed a grin, I think,” Wood said. In his narcissism, Dean may have felt that Wood was nervous about him. But Wood was actually not thinking of him at the moment, which may have been the problem. Instead, her mind was on the technical performance, the mechanics of the kiss. “I felt like a fighter before a match - let’s go in and get it over with. Jimmy was saying something, but all I could think of was: Is this the way - should I do it the way I rehearsed? Maybe that was too smooth. Maybe I should fumble a little.” The big moment came for the kiss. Their lips met and Ray called cut, but Dean continued to press his lips against hers, and Wood (ever the pro) could tell that the camera was still rolling. “I didn’t exactly know what to do,” Wood said, “but I had no choice. Jimmy held and held and held. ‘Might as well enjoy it,’ he kidded me afterwards as I turned from green to red.” This time, Dean’s audacity worked. According to Wood, “the nervous spell was broken.”

song of solomon 3:4.