It's been a while. Come talk about whatever you like, post some pics, get down tonight.
>who is she and what does she do? i would google her but i doubt it would be worth the effort.
Cara Delevingne is primarily occupied with being the #1 qtpie waifu and stealing hearts of men and women. Other her hobbies include changing the world of fashion forever and being a pretty good actress.
>what makes Cara the #1 qtpie waifu?
there is the obvious unprecedented beauty and cuteness, and then there is the adorable and lovely personality http://imgur.com/a/2qH90
>what about the rumors that she's a coalburner?
There is currently no evidence supporting the claim that she ever engaged in sex with any other black person than Jourdan Dunn.
>What the fuck is wrong with her eyebrows?
Literally nothing, they're gorgeous.
>How do I pronounce her name?
>Can I post other waifus on /cara/?
She's cute, a really lovely young lady
unfortunately I preffer some curly, temptress, jewish girls...
if you like /Cara/ stop by the thread on /s/ that is every Sunday evening GMT, or Sunday afternoon EST.
It's called the Cara Delevingne Appreciation Thread ... Same guy starts it every Sunday for a really long time (since last summer, it moved to /s/ more recently since the robot was turned back on in /r9k/
I think ugliness is pretty even across the board for the most part, and most people aren't amazingly attractive, period. Maybe it's time --for you -- to figure out why you just happen to think that a historically hated group somehow have an inequitable share of the ugliness.
It's definitely your prerogative for you to be attracted more to certain features shared in more specific gene pools too, but if you hate people more because you don't find them aesthetic, well then you're dumb.
Why does 4chan hate (x) people? Obviously because of 4chan's spectacular capacity for groupthink paired with a bunch of users that aren't very aware of either the world or themselves and are generally well insulated from any type of systemic hate. Except for, you know, casually dispensing it.