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'BIMBO' BLONDES BLOWN OUT
Gentlemen apparently no longer prefer blondes.
Instead, they would rather choose the brains and sophistication more often associated with brunettes.
That is according to a study into hair colour and the intensity of attraction, which showed 51% of men thought brunettes were more attractive.
Researchers at City University showed 1,500 men three pictures of the same model digitally enhanced as a blonde, a brunette and a redhead.
They were then asked to give their impressions of the model's personality based on her hair colour.
Brunettes were described as intelligent by 81%, while 67% described them as independent and self-sufficient.
Two-thirds of the men (62%) said the brunette women appeared stable and competent.
The blonde model was described as needy and lacking in independence by four out of ten.
Redheads were thought to be intelligent by 79% of the men, although 45% described them as neurotic.
City University Professor of Psychology Peter Ayton led the research commissioned by hair products company Sunsilk.
He said blonde hair had historically been seen as a symbol of youth which was attractive to men, but added: "As the role of women has evolved, men's expectations of women have changed.
"They're looking for more intense, equal partnerships and appearance has a large role to play."
not me..I like em blond...and dumb...
Who cares what color the hair is,, I just want a nice one
They're looking for more intense, equal partnerships and appearance has a large role to play.
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Five blonde women enter a bar and order a bottle of champagne and ten glasses from the barman. They go and occupy a table, set a small framed picture in the middle, and start laughing and dancing around the table chanting, '51 days! 51 days!'.
A few minutes later, five more blondes enter the bar and join the others at the table. There is much laughing and merriment, alternating with the ritual chanting of '51 days! 51 days!'.
Finally, the barman can no longer control his curiosity and he strolls over to the table to see what is going on.
In the center is a picture of The Loch Ness Monster in a frame. When the barman asks what the celebration is all about, one of the women says, 'We were all tired of the blonde jokes about how dumb we are, so we got together and put this puzzle together. On the package it said '2 to 4 years', but we all worked together and put the puzzle together in 51 days!'