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    Default No one Wants Gingers

    Stupid Article Here.

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    Craziness! Who doesn't like a carrot top (as opposed to the Carrot Top)?
    I didn't realize Ginger was an offensive term. And here I thought it was affectionate.

    Historically, red hair was thought to be a mark of . . . beastly sexual desires.
    They say this as if it's a bad thing.
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    Wow, I can't believe he takes South Park so seriously! Either that, or his sarcasm is perfect.

    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    Craziness! Who doesn't like a carrot top (as opposed to the Carrot Top)?
    I didn't realize Ginger was an offensive term. And here I thought it was affectionate.

    Historically, red hair was thought to be a mark of . . . beastly sexual desires.
    They say this as if it's a bad thing.
    Seriously!

    (Forward to 2:01 if you're impatient , but it's funnier if you listen to the whole thing):

    [YOUTUBE="KVN_0qvuhhw"]Predjudice[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Stupid Article Here.

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    From the article it just sounds like the majority of the clientele is from the Mediterranean...creating a greater demand for brown-eyed, brown-haired individuals. I've lived in various places in the Mediterranean...and it really is far more homogeneous with regards to physical characteristics than it is in say...the US. I can imagine parents not wanting their child to 'stand out' or 'look different'. (Still there appears to be a lack of scientific understanding. Red hair is a recessive gene. Even with a red-headed parent...the chances of having a red-headed child is slim).

    With all of that said. My son is a red-head...and I can't go a day without people flipping-out over his hair. The response, to my surprise really, has been extraordinarily positive. He does have a 'big-personality' though...so that might be part of it. But people go crazy for his hair - including so many of the females his age.

    I've also been told that 'red-heads' are in high demand in Hollywood (???). I've never looked into that...but I have been told that on more then one occasion by random people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redcheerio View Post
    (Forward to 2:10 if you're impatient , but it's funnier if you listen to the whole thing):

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    lol @ Only a ginger can call another ginger "ginger." The NAAGP will be on my case in no time.
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    i'm gonna be real, red-headed men are extremely unattractive to me. but the girls can be cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i'm gonna be real, red-headed men are extremely unattractive to me. but the girls can be cute.
    Word. Haven't met a male red-head that I particularly like, but I know a couple of really gorgeous female red-heads. They've got that whole porcelain skin, green eyes, fiery hair thing going on, like in all those fantasy Celtic-styled films and such.
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    A google search for redheads turns up a gazillion pics of chicks with a rare dude here and there.

    I wonder how many redhead dudes take the dislike to heart and dye their hair.
    Don't do it!

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    and Robert Redford, anyone?
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    Poor wittle ginger sperms...

    Actually I think redheads are hot!!! I used to always want red hair.

    I dunno about sperm bank in general though.
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