1. a person with dark colored hair that is generally really cool and smart and knows a hell of alot more then blondes
2. if ya really want a lady..a brunette is the way to go. we have fun but actually know what we're talkin about.
all the hot girls that u see are generally brunettes and if they aren't then they died their hair and were originally brunettes.
Brunette's are known to be reliable, dependable, intelligent, and exotic. It's also been said that brunettes are more approachable since the color brown is prevalent across all cultures. Brunettes are more seductive and exotic than blondes, and they stand out. They're unique and individualistic, whereas with blondes, I've heard people say "all blondes look the same" or "barbie doll." Although it is just a hair color, brunettes in general are more beautiful and striking.
The most beautiful women in the world are brunettes - catherine zeta jones, angelina jolie, vanessa marcil, and aishwarya rai (former miss world)to name a few.
A female with dark hair, who is way more hot, sexy, stunning, ravishing, gorgeous and beautiful than a blonde
could ever be. Brunettes stand out and are generally more exotic and individualistic than blondes.
"Matt got off with a hot brunette yesterday!"
"Dude, I know! I'm totally jealous!"
The best way to be. Contrary to popular opinion, it is brunettes who have the most fun, not blondes
, because we actually understand what's going on around us.
Wow, that girl is HOT man!! Toosh, buxom, looks AND she understands what I'm sayin'!
Yeah, whatcha expect? She's a brunette
A brunette is someone with brown hair. Usually a girl. Being brunette does NOT make you ugly, annoying, dumb, jealous or whatever anyone makes up. Judging by most of these deffinitions, the blondes are insecure, attacking brunettes like that. But who really cares? Everyone who thinks one hair color is better is an idiot. Blondes started it, angry at the fact they are called dumb and hot(that one is not an insult people)they began calling brunettes ugly, dull, annoying, and totally horrible. Blondes began to make the outrageous claim in which they say "blondes have more fun" to which brunettes simply replied with "brunettes have more fun" sadly many people still think that blondes are hotter or better and brunettes basically get screwed in life. The truth is hair color dictates nothing about who you are or how you look. Blondes are NOT dumb or annoying or slutty or whatever. Brunettes are NOT annoying or jealous or dull or ugly. Basically, don't judge people by hair color.
person1: Hey, she has brown hair
person2: Yes, she's a brunette.
person1: Does they mean she is any less than a blonde?
person1: Does that mean blondes are less than her?
person1: So it just means she has brown hair?
A girl or woman with brownish or dark hair. (Men and boys with brown hair are simply just called "brown-haired.") They are the females whose hair is darker than that of blonde
s or redhead
s. Unlike blondes and redheads, brunettes can be see throughout all groups of humans, from Europeans to Africans.
While it common for people to dye their hair blond, it is also common for a blonde to dye her brownish whenever she's in the mood. Perhaps it is to get rid of the "blonde stigma
" of unintelligence, ditziness, and sexual promiscuity.
*Note however that there is no evidence that supports the existence of a correlation between hair color and intelligence.
An example of a brunette is Hillary Swank. Thoughout the film Millon Dollar Baby, her long brown hair is tied in a ponytail.
A person with brown hair which is a couple shades darker than a blonde and a few shades lighter than someone with black hair. It has nothing to do with intelligence, amount of fun or anything else. It's only a hair color that can be changed by dye, lemon juice or sun light... Sometimes bad koolaid.
"Well since I'm a blonde and supposedly 'Stupid' by social standards, I guess I should drip over that table and end up fighting that brunette over there because we look different. Or, I could be the only person here with a definition and not an opinion"