2) A stereotype- taken as either an insult or compliment- Positive and Negative ways:
Negative (said by non-blondes): meaning a highly unintelligent, hyperactive, annoying, loud, generally self-loving and arrogant 'person'.
Positive (usually said by themselves, sometimes with regular spelling and/or grammer errors): More intelligent than non-blondes, More sexy than non-blondes, Bigger breasts (if female) than non-blondes, more of a fun life than non-blondes, generally better people than non-blondes.
Although obviously I myself am a non-blonde and have prejudice towards them, that dosen't change the fact that:
both ways are wrong. It's just a hair colour, it dosen't make anyone more or less intelligent, more or less 'sexy', have smaller or bigger breasts, or anything. Indeed many people may find 'blondes' more attractive, but that's just their taste- i myself do not.
"No, it just means you have blonde hair. The fact that you think it makes you those things is what makes you stupid"
"hahaha a blonde she looks so thick"
"Actually i know her- she's quite intelligent"
"ur blonde, ur sexy, u have big boobs i bet, can i c them ;)"
"um... who do you think i am? not a chance!, f**k off!"
The dumb blonde cliché started with the kinds of characters Marylin Monroe played in many of her movies. She usually played characters who were pretty ditsy, though sometimes she came through with some profoundly wise insight. So when people blame their ditsiness or naivety on being blonde, they are just pandering to a popular culture stereotype.
In other words, being blonde has nothing to do with being stupid. Being stupid has everything to do with being stupid.
Don't over analyze it.
Dude:Don't be a fucking idiot.
Idiot: But thats the highest rated definition for 'blondes' on urban dictionary dot com!
Dude:Well, whoever defined it like that is an ass. Besides, they defined it as 'long' dicks you fucking dickless moron.
A common trend in modern times is for people to dye their hair blond using a certain hair coloring agent. This trend is due to the depictions of blondes as symbols of beauty and attraction in the art and media outlets.