I really hope not

Natural blondes ‘to die out in 2000 years’


I pray this isn’t the case. I mean, has anyone else seen any research on this?
Let me know if you have!

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2 Responses to “I really hope not”

  1. tchick64 says:

    I heard a rumor that they (and I have no idea who “they” are) were trying to save the blond gene…I can only guess that they would be doing this in response to what has been predicted in the article.
    Another thing, I can’t believe that they suggest that bottled blonds are more attractive than natural ones to men! I don’t agree. Bottled blond or bottled red is nothing compared to the real thing! Those men must be dumb.

  2. Anonymous says:

    message from gail temporada
    I think the professor of dermatology quoted in the article is right. I have no scientific research to back me up right now, and I’m only offering a guess. Hair color, like many other traits such as skin color or height, is not dependent on one gene but on the interactions of many genes. And while natural blondes may become rarer, the genes contributing to blondeness will still be around. 🙂

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