blond moment

blond moment

An action that is unintelligent, forgetful, strange, or foolish. 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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DOZY Robbie Savage had a ditzy blond moment when he almost missed his flight to the World Cup trying to check in using his wife''s passport.
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However, the owners of Blond Moment, a stakes-winning two-year-old in the US during the early 1990s, whose purchase was the result of such a mix-up, had the last laugh.
Savage let his Derby County manager know the news that he was flying out to the Middle East and was a bit puzzled when Jewell asked him 'if it was a swap deal for Terry Waite?' In what can only be described as a 'blond moment' Savage asked Jewell what team Waite played for and had to own up that he did not know who the one-time hostage was.