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  1. Melissa
    October 14, 2015 @ 6:28 am

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  2. Ruby
    April 13, 2012 @ 12:32 pm

    The whiter my hair gets, the more I relate to dumb blonde idelogy.


  3. Lola
    April 8, 2012 @ 7:57 am

    Okay everyone I read all your comments, and would like to say a few words here. I’m Roman Catholic, very strong in my faith, and have studied theology, psychology, and philosophy. My major was psychology. As research has it, and not so long ago, I read an e-mail that I received from a colleague of mine. First of all, in all my years of studying theology, one thing I recently learned (and here is a true story, that Jesus in most of the pictures we see of Him never smiled. Not true…Jesus smiled many times but the pictures were few and far between, I wish I could put those pictures on here so you can see.) Jesus did laugh, perhaps not at the jokes that we read about today, but I believe that He did and still does have a sense of humor. I also believe that we personally didn’t think up these jokes whether we’re blondes or not, if it happens that a joke is made (and in all due respect to Jesus and all blondes out there, it was because HE put the thought in our heads. Most of us aren’t intelligent enough to think of these jokes about Him.) Remember, life is tough at times, and we have to find a way to survive by joking about the stress in our lives, because if you don’t you would be depressed all the time. Jesus is the one that gives us some thoughts to think about. I pray novena prayers (which take 1 1/2 hrs to 1 hr and 45 minutes daily). Novena prayers are very powerful and mine to Jesus are extremely powerful. I’m a redhead, and I’ve had many jokes said about me, being hot tempered, watch out for her, etc., etc. I take it as a grain of salt, but if you stop and think about it, most blondes are pretty intellectual, and because everyone can’t be blonde or red headed, we are the blunt of the jokes. But please all you blondes out there and you red heads, don’t get mad, take it like a grain of salt and have a quick comeback with an answer. Show that you are more intellectual then some of the postings on here.

    Jesus, has given us all brains. It’s how we use then. And I learned from one of my novena’s from St. Padre Pio, (the saintly man, that suffered for years with the stigmata of Jesus, that in the last prayer that I read, it says: “Jesus needs to be prayed for as well.” Very compelling statement, something to think about. Our Lord doesn’t want us to be sad, unhappy, or suffering…none of us can ever suffer or would suffer the way He did for any stranger. None of us are God, and He suffered and died for us. But if you stop and think about it, one of the blondes stated above about Christmas and when we celebrate the birth of Christ. Well we do that each year, as well as at Easter we celebrate the Resurrection of Christ. Tell me what the difference is? All people are beautiful in my eyes, and what did Christ do on the cross? He forgave the two criminals on either side of Him hanging on the cross, and said He would meet them in Heaven. What an honor for them meeting Our Beloved Savior in Heaven. Perhaps He was trying to comfort them, even while He was suffering and dying Himself. God made everyone equal, just looking different. What if we were all blondes in the world? Would we still be angry at jokes presented about us? Of course we would. We always find something apparently to fight and argue about, no matter what race, color or creed.
    Yes, God does love a good joke. He has played many a joke on me, and I talk to Him about it. Sometimes I tell my friends and we get a good laugh.
    What troubled me the most was not was said in the blond joke theory today but the nasty, ugly, remarks that were stated here. That bothered me more than anything then the joke itself. God forgives, He is a loving God, and does try to make us smile, even at His own expense. NO disrespect to you my beloved Savior, just trying to lighten the mood here.
    Okay, I said my “Epistle” for the day. Please try to find it in your hearts to forgive what was said on here. After all, God forgave us for more important and horrendous words and actions that were said way before today’s comments. I pray for all my enemies, and I have forgiven those of you that made nasty remarks about blondes, redheads, and last but certainly not least, about Our Lord who suffered and died for us so we may someday meet Him in heaven as those criminals that died on the cross beside Him. May each of you have a Happy, Holy, Blessed Easter. Amen


  4. Taste Crazy
    April 7, 2012 @ 9:23 pm

    man this joke is still circling around?


  5. mrshowscan
    April 7, 2012 @ 5:35 pm

    If you want to know if Jesus has/had a sense of humor I direct you to the book The man nobody knows by Bruce Barton. The theme of Mr. Barton’s book is that Jesus did indeed have a sense of humor some of which Christians have read over the years and never thought it was humorous.


  6. bob
    April 26, 2011 @ 10:48 pm

    Y’know, I did find this joke cute.
    I’m blond and I still think it’s funny. Besides, Who cares if that’s the stereotype? You’re friends won’t care or call you stupid.. not your true friends, at least.
    So what if blondes are the butt of the joke? Red heads are known for being angry, but are they ALL that way? No.
    The same thing goes for blondes.
    Calm down, people(:


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