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blonde hair blue eyesReviewed by michael ellison.This Is Article Aboutblonde hair blue eyesBlonde Hair Blue Eyes Blonde Hair Blue Eyes Blonde Hair Blue Eyes Originating in Europe, the “blonde stereotype” is also associated with being less serious or less intelligent. This can be seen in blonde jokes. In Brazil, this extends to blonde women being looked down, as reflected in sexist jokes, as also sexually licentious. It […]
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Blonde Hair Blue Eyes


Blonde Hair Blue Eyes




Blonde Hair Blue Eyes

Originating in Europe, the “blonde stereotype” is also associated with being less serious or less intelligent. This can be seen in blonde jokes. In Brazil, this extends to blonde women being looked down, as reflected in sexist jokes, as also sexually licentious. It is believed the originator of the “dumb blonde” was an 18th-century blonde French prostitute named Rosalie Duthé whose reputation of being beautiful but dumb inspired a play about her called Les Curiosites de la Foire (Paris 1775). Blonde actresses have contributed to this perception; some of them include Marilyn Monroe, Judy Holliday, Jayne Mansfield, and Goldie Hawn during her time at Laugh-In.
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4. Having blonde hair doesn’t necessarily mean you have blue eyes. It’s a stereotype. Although red hair and light eyes and light skin DO tend to go together, blondies can have eyes that are blue, green, brown, etc.
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6. Blond-haired, blue-eyed men are blondes’ biggest fans. The reason has roots in evolutionary psychology. Both blonde hair and blue eyes are recessive traits, so BOTH parents must have them to pass on to their kids. Scientists think men with light hair and eyes are instinctively drawn to women with the same coloring. That way, he’ll know for sure he’s the dad of any offspring.
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It has been theorised that the blonde hair and blue eyes seen in Caucasians are recent adaptations, dating from approximately 11,000 years ago. The traits are thought to have evolved among northern European tribes at the end of the last ice age. Although both natural and sexual selection have played a part in the evolution of the blue-eyed blonde, sexual selection was probably the primary force.
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In Northern European folklore, supernatural beings value blonde hair in humans. Blonde babies are more likely to be stolen and replaced with changelings, and young blonde women are more likely to be lured away to the land of the beings. Elves and fairies were often portrayed with blond hair in illustrations in children’s book of fairy tales. This continues the theme that blond hair is associated with beauty and goodness.
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There are blondes and blondes and it is almost a joke word nowadays. All blondes have their points, except perhaps the metallic ones who are as blond as a Zulu under the bleach and as to disposition as soft as a sidewalk. There is the small cute blonde who cheeps and twitters, and the big statuesque blonde who straight-arms you with an ice-blue glare. There is the blonde who gives you the up-from-under look and smells lovely and shimmers and hangs on your arm and is always very tired when you take her home. She makes that helpless gesture and has that goddamned headache and you would like to slug her except that you are glad you found out about the headache before you invested too much time and money and hope in her. Because the headache will always be there, a weapon that never wears out and is as deadly as the bravo’s rapier or Lucrezia’s poison vial.
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Conservationists have rescued a rare albino orangutan that has pale blonde hair and blue eyes. The five-year-old female was being held captive by locals in the Central Kalimantan region of Indonesia, according to the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation. The group was tipped off by police. It said the ape’s hair, eye and skin colour was paler than normal and that she was relatively sensitive to light. Read more How climate change deniers’ lies made a leading sceptic change sides ” We will continue to observe her and conduct routine health tests. She was held captive by local residents for two days and still displays wild behaviours,” the group said in a statement.  “Once we have fully assessed her health and physical status we will review the best possible strategies for her long-term welfare and conservation.” According to the WWF, orangutans are threatened by the disappearance of their forest habitats in Indonesia and Malaysia. Normally the creatures have deep orange or auburn hair. More about: Orangutan Reuse content Comments Most Popular Video Sponsored Features
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Conservationists have rescued a rare albino orangutan that has pale blonde hair and blue eyes. The five-year-old female was being held captive by locals in the Central Kalimantan region of Indonesia, according to the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation. The group was tipped off by police. It said the ape’s hair, eye and skin colour was paler than normal and that she was relatively sensitive to light. Read more How climate change deniers’ lies made a leading sceptic change sides ” We will continue to observe her and conduct routine health tests. She was held captive by local residents for two days and still displays wild behaviours,” the group said in a statement.  “Once we have fully assessed her health and physical status we will review the best possible strategies for her long-term welfare and conservation.” According to the WWF, orangutans are threatened by the disappearance of their forest habitats in Indonesia and Malaysia. Normally the creatures have deep orange or auburn hair. More about: Orangutan Reuse content Comments
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Conservationists have rescued a rare albino orangutan that has pale blonde hair and blue eyes. The five-year-old female was being held captive by locals in the Central Kalimantan region of Indonesia, according to the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation. The group was tipped off by police. It said the ape’s hair, eye and skin colour was paler than normal and that she was relatively sensitive to light. Read more How climate change deniers’ lies made a leading sceptic change sides ” We will continue to observe her and conduct routine health tests. She was held captive by local residents for two days and still displays wild behaviours,” the group said in a statement.  “Once we have fully assessed her health and physical status we will review the best possible strategies for her long-term welfare and conservation.” According to the WWF, orangutans are threatened by the disappearance of their forest habitats in Indonesia and Malaysia. Normally the creatures have deep orange or auburn hair. More about: Orangutan Reuse content
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Juvenal wrote in a satirical poem that Messalina, Roman empress of noble birth, would hide her black hair with a blonde wig for her nightly visits to the brothel: sed nigrum flavo crinem abscondente galero intravit calidum veteri centone lupanar. In his Commentary on the Aeneid of Virgil, Maurus Servius Honoratus noted that the respectable matron was only black haired, never blonde. In the same passage, he mentioned that Cato the Elder wrote that some matrons would sprinkle golden dust on their hair to make it reddish-color. Emperor Lucius Verus (r. 161 – 169 AD) was said to sprinkle gold-dust on his already “golden” blond hair to make it even blonder and brighter. Commodus (r. 177-192), son of Marcus Aurelius (a co-emperor with Lucius Verus), likewise had naturally curly blond hair.
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From an ethnic point of view, Roman authors associated blond and red hair with the Gauls and the Germans: e.g., Virgil describes the hair of the Gauls as “golden” (aurea caesaries), Tacitus wrote that “the Germans have fierce blue eyes, red-blond hair (rutilae comae), huge (tall) frames”; in accordance with Ammianus, almost all the Gauls were “of tall stature, fair and ruddy”. Celtic and Germanic peoples of the provinces, among the free subjects called peregrini, served in Rome’s armies as auxilia, such as the cavalry contingents in the army of Julius Caesar. Some became Roman citizens as far back as the 1st century BC, following a policy of Romanization of Gaul and Lesser Germania. For instance, Gaius Julius Civilis, a prince of the Batavii, was a Roman citizen either by birth or naturalization (as indicated by his name). Before the Constitutio Antoniniana, which granted citizenship to all free men of the empire in 212 AD, entire auxiliary cohorts were occasionally granted citizenship for their performance in battle. Sometimes entire Celtic and Germanic tribes were granted citizenship, such as when emperor Otho granted citizenship to all of the Lingones in 69 AD. By the 1st century BC, the Roman Republic had expanded its control into parts of western Germany, and by 85 AD the provinces of Germania Inferior and Germania Superior were formally established there. Yet as late as the 4th century AD, Ausonius, a poet and tutor from Burdigala, wrote a poem about an Alemanni slave girl named Bissula, who he had recently freed after she’d been taken as a prisoner of war in the campaigns of Valentinian I, noting that her adopted Latin language marked her as a woman of Latium yet her blond-haired, blue-eyed appearance ultimately signified her true origins from the Rhine.
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There is the soft and willing and alcoholic blonde who doesn’t care what she wears as long as it is mink or where she goes as long as it is the Starlight Roof and there is plenty of dry champagne. There is the small perky blonde who is a little pal and wants to pay her own way and is full of sunshine and common sense and knows judo from the ground up and can toss a truck driver over her shoulder without missing more than one sentence out of the editorial in the Saturday Review. There is the pale, pale blonde with anemia of some non-fatal but incurable type. She is very languid and very shadowy and she speaks softly out of nowhere and you can’t lay a finger on her because in the first place you don’t want to and in the second place she is reading The Waste Land or Dante in the original, or Kafka or Kierkegaard or studying Provençal. She adores music and when the New York Philharmonic is playing Hindemith she can tell you which one of the six bass viols came in a quarter of a beat too late. I hear Toscanini can also. That makes two of them. And lastly there is the gorgeous show piece who will outlast three kingpin racketeers and then marry a couple of millionaires at a million a head and end up with a pale rose villa at Cap Antibes, an Alfa-Romeo town car complete with pilot and co-pilot, and a stable of shopworn aristocrats, all of whom she will treat with the affectionate absent-mindedness of an elderly duke saying goodnight to his butler.

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