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Re: Totally Blonde (2002)
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Re: Totally Blonde (2002)


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Posted by Dee (24.156.129.68) on September 21, 2003 at 11:08:51:

In Reply to: Re: Totally Blonde (2002) posted by Charlie (152.163.252.34) on September 21, 2003 at 10:54:46:

> I think us guys, atleast me, have more of a tendency to flirt with a blonde before a brunette. We see them more as trampie play objects, atleast I do, even though I have to remind myself to keep an open mind.

> They once did a controlled experiment where they got a group of dark haired girls and observed them sitting in bars, etc, to see how many guys approached and flirted with them. Then they dyed the girls' hair blonde and sent them out again. As you may have guessed, they got approached more when they were more blonde, backing up the stereotype that "blondes have more fun."

Hi Charlie,

I dyed my hair brown four years ago, let's just say I didn't have more fun.
It's kind of strange how some men will date a blonde but marry a brunette.
Stupid as it sounds, one of my intentions in dying my hair brown was the hopes of meeting a man to marry... lol. Didn't work, hair back to blonde still not married... lol.
Do I come across as a blonde by any chance? If so, then how..., do tell!
My best friend is a brunette, and if she was writing writing now, you might think she is blonde because she is very dramatic! Is a man thinking that blonde = drama?


Dee : )




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