Awkward Video Captures The Moment A Boy Asks The Wrong Girl To Prom
A video of a teen asking the wrong girl to prom has gone viral with over 38,000 retweets and 150,000 likes after he posted it on Twitter.
The hilarious video captures the moment 17-year-old Austin Mousa stood at the door of the house where he thought his crush, Hannah Masluk, lived.
He's holding a box of donuts and all ready to ask her to prom while his friend Johnny Pashales, also aged 17, films. The pair had planned to record Austin's romantic move, but it all went wrong when it turned out they had the wrong house.
When the door opened, it was actually someone else (who remains unnamed". The awkward video shows the girl looking shocked and excited, raising her hands to her face and saying "oh my gosh!".
Austin thought he had the perfect promposal all ready, but after he realised it was the wrong girl he turns around and says "oh my gosh, I am so sorry" while walking away shaking his head.
Johnny said, "did we pull up to the wrong house?" and the girl, with a laugh, replied: "no".
However, she saved her embarrassment by saying "it's okay. I really thought you were someone else."
Many people are now finding the pair's embarrassment hilarious while feeling sorry for the girl, saying "poor girl! He legit said is this the wrong house and girl said noo. She wanted a date so bad. Better have at least have her those donuts." and "as soon as she saw the donuts she was like no man u at the right house lol".
Austin has updated everyone on his prom situation, sharing a photograph of himself with Hannah and saying: "Update: I found Hannah's house #Prom2k19." We just hope the mystery girl got her happy ending, too! Everyone deserves the perfect prom date, after all.
Speaking about his newfound fame in Reno Gazette Journal, Austin said: "In my mind, I was like, I can't make any stupid decisions, because you never know how it's going to end up now.
"With that many people knowing who you are, you can't really make any dumb decisions."
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