I say no. Save it for an anime convention.
Mar 12, 2005 03:25 PM #10
me personally, I wouldn't do it. I enjoyed my senior prom, for the most part, I wore a Tuxedo, and I looked snappy.
But a few of the students dressed up. Its your choice, just don't go overboard.
Mar 12, 2005 03:28 PM #11
I'm definitely dressing up like Tuxedo Kamen for Prom. Honestly, I don't care what anyone thinks of me. No matter what I do, someone won't like it, so I'm doing something that will give me one last laugh. I'd rather do back to high school reunions and have people think I'm a weirdo than not do something that I really wanted to try. It's like my last big stunt of the year.
Mar 12, 2005 03:55 PM #12
Hey it's your life not ours. I personally wouldn't have the balls, but if you like the idea go for it! The reaction will be everlasting. (but whether it's a positive or negative reaction is the gamble.)
Mar 12, 2005 04:47 PM #13
what the hack is cosplay...that word is everywhere...
Mar 12, 2005 05:33 PM #14
GO FOR IT!! Everyone will remember you at the ten year reunion, not the homecoming court, if you wear a great enough costume.
Have fun, that's what prom is for.
Mar 12, 2005 06:59 PM #15
Cosplay is when you dress up like a charater in anime, game, etc. You can be Rei from Eva, Gatz from Berserk, Mai from Hand Maid Mai and so on so forth. You wear a costume, plain and simple.
Originally Posted by Haku_Spirit
As for the prom, save the costume for a convention. People like to talk behind your back when you do something out of the ordinary, like cosplay at a prom. Some of them aren't nice and won't know the costume.
Mar 12, 2005 07:37 PM #16
Its your prom enjoy it ^_^