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have a blond moment

To forget something or act strangely, often foolishly. The use of "blond" comes from the stereotype that people with blond hair are not as smart. For that reason, it can be considered somewhat derogatory. I thought mom knew Joe's phone number, but she's having a blond moment and can't remember it either.
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blond moment

n. a lapse in thinking, something like a senior moment. Sorry. I was having a blond moment. And that’s hard for a redhead.
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It says: "Phillipe and David Blond believe that every woman should be glamorous every day.
I've always wanted to try blond, just not exactly like Hilary.
According to the Maldives Traveller, modelling agency Olialia came up with the plan, and it hopes to offer direct flights and a yacht service to the island, which will also be staffed entirely by blonds.
Jamie's dyed his hair all sorts of colours, red, blue, blond - he just does it for a laugh, to get people's attention, " says Thomas.
Wilkinson has also posted images of herself as elementary school-aged child, further proving that her blond hair are not fake.
When you see a blonde, it's probable her hair is dyed because blond hair tends to grow darker over time.
Natural blond populations have been on the increase until comparatively recently, as Scandinavian countries had remained fairly closed.
Blond Bear intends the transactions to constitute its Major Transaction within the applicable policies of The Alberta Securities Commission and The Alberta Stock Exchange.
CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 16, 1997-- Blond Bear Holdings (Alberta Stock Exchange BB.
She plays Elle Woods, a blond (of course) Bel-Air princess who's the toast of her 99 percent blond (of course) sorority at one of L.
At least Philbin acknowledged it by washing the blond right out of his hair that night, according to a studio publicist.
Marilyn Monroe: Actress and Icon'' screens a good sampling of the blond bombshell's films and culminates in a discussion of Monroe's legacy featuring Joyce Carol Oates, author of ``Blonde,'' a new novel based on Monroe's life.
Alice Silver, aged 30, from Wednesbury, (long, blonde hair, long grey dress and boots): "I personally prefer dark, Italian-looking men to blonds.