Anyone with red hair who deals with this do not believe a single word! You are beautiful and unique and an amazing person. And to those of you who pick on those gorgeous red heads you are a stupid but-face and what you are doing is mean and hurtful and I hope you realize how wrong it is and apologize to those lovely people you have bullied.
Queen Elizabeth the 1st
Vincent Van Gogh
And many many others!
boy: i know, what a fire croch!
redhead girl: go to hell u a**holes
Boy 2: dont mess with her, shes hot as hell and great in bed!
redhead: ya damn right;)
"Who? The redhead?!"
"Yeah, man she fineeee"
Blue, green, or grey eyes and peaches-and-cream complexion often go hand-in-hand with red hair, often with freckles. Redheads almost always burn in the sun and are thus vulnerable to skin cancer.
While redheads are admired in the United States, in Britain there's a strange hostility to them; perhaps because of historic association of red hair with the Irish and Scottish (whose populations are porportionately 10% and 13% of natural redheads, respectively), "gingers" are often openly insulted and treated with disdain, plus there's the bizarre claim that "gingers have no souls" (although given the "comedian" Carrot Top, it's understandable).
Still, redheads are also stereotyped as fiery-tempered and very lustful. This is part of the adoration of redheaded women, although redheaded men don't get enough attention.
Some nice alternative adjectives for redhead include: cinnamon, nutmeg, copper, russet, gingerbread, turmeric, fox, burgundy, cayenne, pomegranate, fiery, flame, scarlet, crimson, carmine, saffron, and titian.
Famous redheads include: Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, Ewan McGregor, Maureen O'Hara, Katherine Hepburn, Prince Harry, Rupert Grint, Bonnie Wright, Elizabeth I, Conan O'Brien, Vincent Van Gogh, Eddie Redmayne, Winston Churchill, Shirley Manson, Molly Ringwald, Marilyn Monroe, Eric Stolz, J K Rowling, Karen Gillan, Ron Howard, Jennie McAlpine, Michael C. Hall, and Tori Amos, among others.