Why do you think so many people believe the dum blonde thereoy ? Where did u find the information???
because i am doing a report on IF THERE IS A LINK BETWEEN HAIR COLOR AND INTELLIGENCE
because some times it is acully is true and then some people are just WEIRD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm educated, Blonde - And I prefer the "Blondes have more fun" theory!
this is to the 2nd person who answered:
um this is wenny and no im a bruntte
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