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    Intriguing.... Quinlan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Your avatar + this thread does create reasonable doubt.
    I do have a few flecks of red in my chin stubble, does that count?
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    Yeah, not funny.
    Prejudice/discrimination towards redheads

    Red hair was thought to be a mark of a beastly sexual desire and moral degeneration. A savage red-haired man is portrayed in the fable by Grimm brothers (Der Eisenhans) as the spirit of the forest of iron. Theophilus Presbyter describes how the blood of a red-haired young man is necessary to create gold from copper, in a mixture with the ashes of a basilisk.[48]
    Montague Summers, in his translation of the Malleus Maleficarum,[49] notes that red hair and green eyes were thought to be the sign of a witch, a werewolf or a vampire during the Middle Ages;
    Those whose hair is red, of a certain peculiar shade, are unmistakably vampires. It is significant that in ancient Egypt, as Manetho tells us, human sacrifices were offered at the grave of Osiris, and the victims were red-haired men who were burned, their ashes being scattered far and wide by winnowing-fans. It is held by some authorities that this was done to fertilize the fields and produce a bounteous harvest, red-hair symbolizing the golden wealth of the corn. But these men were called Typhonians, and were representatives not of Osiris but of his evil rival Typhon, whose hair was red.
    In modern-day UK, the words "ginger" or "ginga" are sometimes derogatorily used to describe red-headed people, with terms such as "gingerphobia" (fear of redheads)[50] or "gingerism" (prejudice against redheads) [51] used by the media. Some have speculated that the dislike of red-hair may derive from the historical English sentiment that people of Irish or Celtic background, with a greater prevalence of red hair, were ethnically inferior.[51]
    The bit about beastly sexual desire is true though.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I do have a few flecks of red in my chin stubble, does that count?
    Hmmm, that's my favorite!!!!!!!
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    Leave it to Oberon to sniff girls.

    There was a kid in one of my classes at school in Northern Ireland who had the most shocking colored hair I'd ever seen. I mean it was so vivid and red it would burn your retinas out staring at it. To my mind, it's still the most amazing color ever produced by a human body. All the girls thought him quite handsome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    The evolution of blond hair and blue eyes among Nordics

    Take it with a grain of salt if you wish.


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    Note that Caucasoid, Mongoloid, Negroid and Australoid elements are easily discernible in the women shown above. If race mixing is supposed to increase physical attractiveness, I for sure do not want my female descendents to look as attractive as the women above and would prefer the less attractive white look.

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    hmm there is nothing like amouth full of giner puibs

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    hmm there is nothing like amouth full of giner puibs
    giner = vaginer?


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    LOL no its typically the bits you spit out

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    I think I got some of that with my sushi instead of the wasabi that I asked for
    I redact everything I have written or will write on this forum prior to, subsequent with and or after the fact of its writing. For entertainment purposes only and not to be taken seriously nor literally.

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    I'm the only one in my family who isn't a ginger.
    My mother, both sisters and my brother all have red hair.
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    ayoitsStepho is becoming someone else. Actually her true self, a rite of passage.

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