Queerty is better as a member
The other, of course, is Jane Lynch, although we found an easy trick to tell the two apart: Both of them are my monkeys and dance on command. That doesn’t make any sense.
……and what about Ryan Seacrest???
And Neal Patrick Harris!
@mike, @Craig: Technically they would be blonds, not blondes. “Blonde” refers only to women, whether as a noun or adjective.
@orinthe: Technically….. it was meant to be a joke and not to be taken very seriously.
Sorry Mrs. Teacher! It won’t happen again.
Hollywood is VERY phobic of women with very short hair.
Keep in mind that Hollywood was built on the notion that women must have long, flowing hair in order to align with the sexual fantasies of grubby straight guys. Many of the female actresses’ contracts require that the women maintain their hair as long and flowing.
@jason: Your douchiness really does know no bounds -_-
I love Ellen!
@Chris: Have you noticed that Jason never provides sources, almost never cites examples for his “facts”? He just makes them up based on his own (lack of) experience to fit his convoluted worldview.
If Jason reached into a jar ot M&M’s, pulled out five and three of them happened to be red, he’d loudly announxce that the “vast majority of Candy in the US is red”!
@Jason: FYI, Audrey Hepburn, one of the romanticized and idealized women in Hollywood history, had a pixie.
Mia Farrow: Rosemary’s Baby had quite short hair also.
marilyn monroe had short wavy blonde hair. i saw her more than once last night on various corners.
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