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Severn
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0 posted 07-09-2000 08:54 AM       View Profile for Severn   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Severn


Continuing on with the subjects of women and blondes...

So why are blonde jokes all about women anyway?

I can think of some pretty blonde men you know...

Yes, this is a rhetorical question (things I usually despise...)

K
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Cause if you cracked a joke about a blonde man I suspect he'd cry...LOL

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2 posted 07-09-2000 12:20 PM       View Profile for Poet deVine   Email Poet deVine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Poet deVine

The do have jokes about blonde men..but we can't call them blonde men..we call them "professional athletes"!      
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"Blondes don't just have more fun, they are more fun."

I've always claimed that blonde isn't a hair color, but rather an attitude. I guess it would follow, then, that few men are capable of adopting that attitude, perhaps for the same reason brunettes are less likely than their paler counterparts to adopt it. I've known quite a few brunettes who were blonde (and married a couple of them), a few blondes who were not really blondes, but never a man who was consistently blonde.

Confused? That's because this is a rhetorical answer...  
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4 posted 07-09-2000 03:23 PM       View Profile for RainbowGirl   Email RainbowGirl   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit RainbowGirl's Home Page   View IP for RainbowGirl

Actually Ron, I think it's a male perception thingy on the blonde routine....years ago I highlighted my hair, I was 21, tanned and on my way, business wise, own house, nice car and full of fun when I wasn't quoting figures on shares for an electronics company...I wasn't one for going out much but had a couple of friends that weren't always trying to find "the right guy" for me..LOL  and was in this pub one night and this guy was so totally insulting because he figiured that you couldn't possibly be both intelligent and attractive and when I answered his so called intelligent questions he proceeded to knock me down (verbally)...geesh...what a jerk!!  But I have to say, I had a lot of fun being blonde, people think you're going to be fun so I could let my funny side out without reservations...wasn't quite the same when I grew it out, I became serious again but the funny girl inside lives on...maybe I should change again...LOL

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Actually, Cindy, that's precisely what I mean about blonde being an attitude. Is there any real reason you can't let your "funny side out without reservations" without changing hair color? I've enjoyed relationships with a number of women with darker hair (and seem to find them more physically attractive), but I've never had a relationship with a woman who wasn't a blonde.

And, needless to say, the guy was a jerk. You should have asked him which he was…

PS I just transferred your "Three Priests" joke to Adult. While Adult isn't exactly appropriate for jokes, none of the other forums are appropriate for dirty jokes.  
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Yep...it's so much fun frosting your hair and then seeing the dumbfounded expression on some guys face when he finds out you aren't a 'dumb blonde'.   

I think men adore dumb women because then they can feel smarter.  
Ooops, I know there are men that appreciate a smart woman...somewhere !  

MagnoliaBlue LOL
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7 posted 07-09-2000 04:29 PM       View Profile for RainbowGirl   Email RainbowGirl   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit RainbowGirl's Home Page   View IP for RainbowGirl

Thanks for the explanation Ron, I saw it had gone before I read your answer to this one...but it seems to me that we're in need of a "let your hair down" kind of forum and I'm really sorry, I didn't realise that constituted as being a "dirty" joke...and I thought you yanks were far more broadminded than us "no sex, we're british" guys...LOL  I'll have to remember that..*g*  

so far as the earlier post is concerned re blonde...your hair colour can change the structure of your face, i.e. the contours and so can either light up your face or tone it down...I guess blonde made mine seem much lighter, most people liked it other than people I subsequently went on to have a relationship with....as a brunette I seem to come across as more serious so it surprises most when they relalise I have a very weird sense of humour...it's the same (gosh hope this next bit doesn't appear too adult..lol) I hate lewdness or anything that makes me feel uncomfortable and people automatically think and I quote " I thought you were a granny"..oh my...ROFL...just because I like to be treated in a feminine way doesn't mean I don't have fun...that's why I said I think it's a male perception thingy...

please move if I over-stretched the boundaries...LOL

HUSG



[This message has been edited by RainbowGirl (edited 07-09-2000).]
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Feeling that blonde jokes should not be gender biased, I offer the following:

A father and daughter (both blonde) were walking down a sidewalk one day, when they witnessed a terrible wreck. The father told the daughter to go call 911 while he went to render first-aid. But I don't know the number she cried!!...as he ran toward the wreck, he called back over his shoulder.....LOOK IT UP!

my apologies to those who might be offended.


Jamie

Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito. - Virgil.
"Yield thou not to adversity, but press on the more bravely".

 
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