Tuesday, August 14, 2018

ANGELA CANTADA: Fear of onesie

"It's really cool! And this onesie is really warm inside, my boyfriend got it for me on my birthday and people seem to really like it. To be honest, they kind of scared me at first."

(Angela Cantada, Largo High junior)

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