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Tavi on NPR

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Tavi was recently on NPR (we know) and here's one of the things she had to say: "I think I surprise some people because a lot of the time I roll out of bed and go to school and it's like I don't wear anything that interesting sometimes. But like last year, technically at my school you're not allowed to wear a costume at Halloween because I guess people will die or something. But I did. But I got away with it because I think people just assumed that I was like wearing giant foam bunny ears because it was my outfit. Yeah." [NPR via Fashionista]