so after we started theorizing that she wears granny clothes to hide her plagiarized tattoos... she literally changes her style and shows her tattoos in every pic of her. if this ain’t proof that she lurks on pull, idk what is
as a californian who lives near the same area as Krocket, i gotta day the weather can sometimes be very cool in spring; southern california doesn’t get consistently hot until June. but to your point about her winter jacket: yes. we’re approaching summer, kenna, are you awake?
she has to hide her arms 90% of the time so her ripped-off tattoos of stolen art don’t show :^) even when her arms are exposed, she angles them so the tats aren’t that visible. mckrusty, you already owned up to fake-designing your tattoos, now own it.
imo Kenster actually has a cute face shape. having normal bangs with healthy hair, or even just letting her hair grow naturally w/o bangs would look good. she just can’t wrap her head around the fact that not all hairstyles work for her facial structure, just like how not all clothes work on her (i.e. the short fried bangs and grandma look just aren’t working for her)
uhh i think kenna looks pretty average... but her personality is rotten for sure. there's a saying that you can have a pretty face, but the uglier your personality gets, it starts to show in your looks.
All my life living in the US, I've personally NEVER witnessed/experienced bullying people for their pale skin. In both Western and East Asian cultures (even SE Asia now), having pale skin is historically associated with being rich -- not having to work in the fields and sun.. and I think that still persists today; people with paler skin are held to a higher regard. The fact that Kenna is trying to "empower" a group of people who probably never had to face bullying ----- my eyes are rolling out of their sockets. (and if u have been bullied for your pale skin, i'm so sorry. it's just that here in the US, it really doesn't happen.)
was scrolling through older pages of this thread and saw this. i don't want to detract from the thread any further, but i think it's important to draw a line at the petty stereotypes. you cannot lump all Americans together and label us all as dismissive. I see where your sentiments are coming from, but I think it's unfair to broadly categorize all Americans as "dismissive" or ignorant when this country has so many different people with different viewpoints, races, cultures, and experiences.