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Humans of Mira Costa: Kellie Mullin

  “It is mostly to show people what you are feeling, like when you are having a good or bad day. It’s kind of like saying ‘Here’s what’s happening!’ but it also kind of opens an area where you can talk to people about stuff cause if someone sees what you are wearing and they…
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Katie Smythe

August 29, 2015

 

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“It is mostly to show people what you are feeling, like when you are having a good or bad day. It’s kind of like saying ‘Here’s what’s happening!’ but it also kind of opens an area where you can talk to people about stuff cause if someone sees what you are wearing and they say ‘That’s so interesting, why?’ and then you explain yourself. So it’s just really like a way to kind of force yourself upon people cause they can’t help but look at you. Not like I am staring at you, but when someone is just looking around and they see you in there and then they are interested in what I am wearing or just something that kind of makes you more likely to connect with someone.”

 

-Kelli Mullin, Senior

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