In Picking Out A Prom Dress Lianna needs to pick out a prom dress but first she needs to get the money from her dad but everything with him is one giant no.
Lianna: There’s never a yes with you, Dad. Everything is always no, no, no. You didn’t even listen to anything that I had to say before you said, “No!” It’s not right.
I don’t ask you for much. I don’t, I really don’t. And this is important. I need a dress Dad but not just any dress, I need a prom dress and I want something that’s going to make me look beautiful.
I tried to tell you about him…Tom. He’s really nice and he asked me if I would like to go to the prom with him and I said yes.
No, I’m not going out with him…he’s a good guy. I know him since forever from school and I really want to go with him.
You really want me to bring him here first? Why do you want to humiliate me constantly? Okay! Okay! I’ll ask him to come by but only if you agree to buying me my prom dress.
Do we have a deal?
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