Teen uses Bob Evans sign to ask girlfriend to prom

Teen Uses Bob Evans Sign to Ask Girlfriend to Prom
Teen Uses Bob Evans Sign to Ask Girlfriend to Prom

Prom-posals: asking your date to the prom in a cute, over-the-top way. They're good practice for that real proposal some people do later in life.

Justin Forte, an 18-year-old from Warren Central High School in Indianapolis, used a local Bob Evans to ask his date to prom, and our partners at WRTV were there for it, too.

"Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Dustin, what are you doing?" Forte's girlfriend Juliette Webster said.

"When he brings Juliette for what she thinks will be just a quick bite, he doesn't let on about the surprise," the WRTV reporter said.

"Will you go to prom with me?" Forte asked.

She said yes, and we hope they got an extra side of home fries and sausage gravy for all the publicity Bob Evans is gettin' from it, too.

"I was just so excited, I was like, 'Oh my God, is this really happening?'" Webster said.

"I've been with her for a long time, and I really like her," Forte said, smiling.

Forte and Webster have been together two years. He works at Bob Evans and got permission from his bosses before putting the letters up for Webster.

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