• 1 year 3 months ago
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    Back in 2002 it was allegedly reported by the CDC that natural blonde hair will be extinct in 200 years. It's the same theme said for centuries. I think blonde haired girls are very special, I have a thing for them myself. In a depression, do we really need this to worry about?

    What do you think will happen to natural blonde hair?
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      • 1 year 3 months ago
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      I had bleach blond hair as a kid, but it darkened up as I got older. Now its turning gray. :( I was in the minority where I grew up as far as people with blond hair. For some reason some people hate people with blond hair and I have no idea why. It might have something to do with Hitlers vision of a pure race. Blond hair is disappearing because people are breeding outside of their country of origin. I think blond hair will be around for some time in Northern Europe though.

      A part of me wants to preserve the different races, but at the same time doing so is racist.
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        • 1 year 3 months ago
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        I have that same problem. I think a lot of people may actually feel that way. I just want to complain because since I started puberty, I had this very strong thing going on for natural blondes.
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          • 1 year 3 months ago
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          A lot of my family on my dad's side is blond. I'm one of the "brown sheep" on that side of the family. My grandma who pretends she is a blond and going bald in the process likes to preserve the blond hair.

          Natural red heads will also be extinct soon too.
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            • 1 year 3 months ago
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            Breeding outside our national gene pool is a good thing. It increases our tolerance to certain diseases, hereditary health problems, etc. Although it does mean watering down and blending blood lines. Maybe in the future we will have Pedigree Human shows, we'll specially breed races to preserve the standard. :shock:
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              • 1 year 3 months ago
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              vkimo wrote:
              Breeding outside our national gene pool is a good thing. It increases our tolerance to certain diseases, hereditary health problems, etc. Although it does mean watering down and blending blood lines. Maybe in the future we will have Pedigree Human shows, we'll specially breed races to preserve the standard. :shock:


              What does that last part about the human Pedigree mean?

              It kind of hits me because I developed a severe crush on a very pretty natural blonde in middle school. Life sucks sometimes.
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                • 1 year 3 months ago
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                You know how they breed dogs at shows? Like they'll breed a pure Swedish girl who's 100% Swedish and exhibits all the known traits of that nationality.
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