Blonde


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Drug slang A regional term for marijuana
Vox populi adjective Referring to light yellow colored hair
noun A person possessing such a hair color
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I make no pretence about my trips to the hair dresser every five weeks to get my roots touched up - and the toll of time means being blonde is actually quite useful as lighter hair hides the grey a lot better.
KHLOE KARDASHIAN Kim's curvy younger sister hit the headlines when she left a Los Angeles salon with honey blonde hair and flowing beachy waves.
What we all have in common is that our color really defines who we are--we think of ourselves as blondes first and foremost.
De-frizz and smooth ends with this Tigi Bed Head Dumb Blonde Smoothing Stuff (PS10.
The co-pilot goes up to the blonde and whispers in her ear.
KYLIE MINOGUE, 43 KYLIE rarely has a bad hair day, and while her blonde "do" plays it safe, the Aphrodite singer looks flaming marvellous with a glossy red bob.
Antrim by Johnny McQuillan and Blonde Fletch in Co.
Summary: As a Lithuanian company gets ready to set up an island resort completely manned by blondes, Kipp wonders if you'd fancy making it your next holiday destination?
Q: What are the worst six Q: Why did the blonde tip-toe past the medicine cabinet?
The broadcaster, aged 47, said "being blonde means never saying you don't understand unless you want to be predictable.
Being blonde means always trying to tell the blonde joke first.
Participants also competed for the titles of best blonde lawyer, journalist, policewoman and politician.