By Blondie - 22/10/2010 20:37 - United States
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I've Googled it for you. "The words blond and blonde come from the French and follow somewhat the French pattern. Blond (without the e) is used to describe males. Blonde refers to women or female gender. In modern use, blond is sometimes used for female as well as male, but blonde is preferred for female."
179 being intellectually intelligent and smart aren't the same thing. That's where most blonde jokes come in. As for putting things back in the wrong place she probably got the cup out last and was talking while putting away the juice so her mind replayed where the last thing she took goes which was the juice cupboard.
On a serious note, anyone can be stupid, regardless of their hair color.
YDI for even getting in a "heated debate" over something so trivial.
Anyone that seriously thinks a hair colour affects one's intelligence is very uneducated in biology or anatomy, and/or is extremely immature. I'd love to hear your friends side of the story and hear him/her explain exactly how it is that a human would think with their hair.
actually we don't know a lot about how genes can effect other genes and how genes that are not activated react to activate other genes so there is a scientific possibility that people with a physical characteristic ,eg. hair color, could be more likely to be more intelligent... or less.