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have a blond moment

To do something unintelligent, 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

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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The blonder one was of the opinion that they should open the door to the wolf at once.
There's a reason that the kids' game is called 'follow the leader,'" explains Blonder. "When there is a problem, there is often flawed leadership at the top or circumstances that are not positive.
Tango is an enduring cliche that serves in Blonder Tango as a generic referent to South America's Southern Cone.
According to Blonder Department co-chair Carol Rubin, "Our theatre has helped to raise the awareness of the skill range of actors with developmental disabilities." Visit www.atlantajcc.org.
There was the odd snippet useful to sports punters - Andy Murray saying he didn't think he was ready to win a Grand Slam event this season, for example (well, it was of interest to those who like backing long odds-on shots), while Sven-Goran Eriksson escaped relatively lightly from his grilling with Mrs Logan, who seemed to be trying to come across as a blonder and chummier version of Jeremy Paxman but only succeeded in getting him to reveal that he probably wouldn't be the next boss of Manchester City.
"At more or less the same time, Marcia also started to develop a lighter complexion and her hair also began to get blonder and curlier.
You may know someone who's taller, shorter, blonder, or more artistic than all of his or her relatives.
Proud mum Kerry Richardson, 27, said: "When they were first born, there was nothing unusual but over the last few months Layton has got lighter and blonder like his dad and Kaydon has gone darker like me.
"I'd like to accept this award in the name of two great men, Henry Hirsch and Jerry Blonder, who taught me what education is about."
Image-based passwords have been around since 1996, when physicist and entrepreneur Greg Blonder received a patent for this idea: "In a pen-based or touch-screen computer, the password to unlock the machine is a series of touch sensitive invisible sites hidden under a displayed image."
Ditto in Falsifikacija #2, in which a blonde and her tan, even blonder twin each tie an ambiguous object (half visor, half fake beard) around their chins.
Blonder Home Accents, www.blonderhome.com or 800/321-4070.
Wide, soft, grown-out fringes with a lot more movement are very popular this summer and, as happens every summer, blondes just want to be blonder.
(RAN269) ERIC SKOLNIK - BLONDER TONGUE LABORATORIES INC (BDR).
Justice witness Brian Blonder, a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, threatened to disclose what the companies said were "trade secrets." It was the ACLU, normally an opponent of censorship, that suggested closing the courtroom proceedings altogether.