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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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"One would be hard-pressed to go into our middle-class or working-class Black neighborhoods and not find blond hair or copper-toned hair color," Dr.
"The Blonds Blond Diamond Barbie brings the most sparkly splendor of fashion," the description read.
Is this survey saying blondes have only been stupid since peroxide was invented?
According to the Maldives Traveller, modelling agency Olialia came up with the plan, and it hopes to offer direct flights and a yacht service to the island, which will also be staffed entirely by blonds.
And Cameron fleeing Blue Blond's thinktank launch quicker than a veggie at a meat raffle told me he has little time for the philosopher king.
The study cannot say whether there are any genetic relationships between hair color and intelligence, but Zagorsky did find one fact that could explain --at least partially--why blondes showed slightly higher intelligence: they grew up in homes with more reading material than did those with any other hair color.
Worst of all, L'Oreal have now decided there are actually successful and intelligent blondes. You don't say.
The Blondes is the book you can't put down; it's also the book you can't stop thinking about after you do.
* The John Frieda Sheer Blonde team designated June as Blonde Appreciation Month to celebrate what sets blondes apart and equip them with the expert care they need to preserve their signature shade.
Utrecht, Netherlands, October 15, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Big Apes Love Blondes for iPhone offers players a chance to become a really great ape.
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?