Trashy: Sybarite: Starshine?!?RIP Starscream[encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com image 192x263]
moothemagiccow: Dyeing your hair is really stupid, but this person is also requesting advice from a person named Starshine. I don't know where to start.
ladyfortuna: basemetal: Yes.Or, use it as a learning experience. "Gramma said blahblahblahderp". "Well, Gramma is a moron and this is why".
Rapmaster2000: Yes. Being dumb is a learned behavior. It's when you've decided that there's no value in not being dumb and that decision is influenced by your role models.
special20: Rapmaster2000: Yes. Being dumb is a learned behavior. It's when you've decided that there's no value in not being dumb and that decision is influenced by your role models.That explains the Tea Party, and most of the GOP.
acad1228: Is it really possible to dye one's hair blonde? I was under the impression that you could only bleach it to a certain degree to attain a particular shade of blonde. Of course, I could be wrong.
Mangoose: Your child is more at risk of catching the stupid from her because you inseminated her daughter.
acad1228: Is it really possible to dye one's hair blonde?
StrikitRich: Wow, didn't know so many Farkers were missing from my ignore list.
Crewmannumber6: basemetal: Yes.The Earth says hellohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAOTxAGJUug
brantgoose: acad1228: Is it really possible to dye one's hair blonde? I was under the impression that you could only bleach it to a certain degree to attain a particular shade of blonde. Of course, I could be wrong.You can bleach and then dye. Often with one treatment.Blonde, however, is a state of mind, not a pigment.Interestingly, blue eyes are the result of a lack of pigmentation rather than a pigment. There are only two pigments--carotene and melanin. Blue eyes result when the pigmentation is low and the light is scattered by lipids (fat) in the iris. Green and hazel eyes are variations on the same them.(Some silly critic criticized Gustave Flaubert because Mme. Bovary's eyes are several different colours in the novel of the same name. But Flaubert was not being forgetful. He was being observant. Mme. Bovary had that kind of eye whose colour depends as much on ambiant lighting as the innate pigmentation, and possibly can even be shifted by her mood or the viewer's feelings. Flaubert was a genius and his critics are mostly morons. I learned that from Donald Barthelme, who is an exception to the rule. He understood Flaubert perfectly and has written some very interesting books of his own.)Colour is a fascinating study, being the result of pigments, refraction, reflection, interferance, light, and even texture. Many of the colours in nature--especially blue--result not from pigments but from light effects. For example, the feathers of many brightly coloured birds, and the colours of many other creatures such as reptiles and fish, are the result of defraction of light by the texturing of the surface of the feather, scale, or whatnot.Technically you can take something which is naturally black and make it a glorious rainbow of colours or even bright white by carving tiny ridges and troughs in the material. You can even make gold in a range of designer colours this way, although I don't know of a lot of jewelers who use micro-texture in their work.You will have notic ...
furterfan: you cant catch the dumbbut.............I suspect if gramma was religious dumb, everyone would be sing from the same sheet.....keep that dumb biatch away from the kids before they catch the religious dumb
Egoy3k: StrikitRich: Wow, didn't know so many Farkers were missing from my ignore list.Just out of curiosity what was it in this thread that offended you so much? This isn't exactly a serious thread.
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