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Blondes having fun

Blondes having fun

Blondes having fun

Getting my hair bleached was the most expensive thing I ever did in my life, including cars, travel, children and medical expenses. We who are not naturally blond but choose to become so are a gorgeous part of the American Dream where everyone can be young and sexy, rich and powerful. She walked up to the side of the BMW and asked for the driver's license. At three, I had fair ringlets and a chubby face, which in the hands of a Reubens or Renoir might turn a child into a cherub, but in my case it was a good thing ringlets covered up some of my cheeks because I was fat as a baby pig. A born New Yorker, I've been writing all my long life - novels, books of non-fiction and works unclassifiable. Talk about blondage! By the time I was 12, my blondness had suffered serious alteration. And so it is incumbent upon us as Americans to understand what "blond" -- with or without the final "e" -- is all about, "blond" being the shade as in champagne or key lime pie and also referring to men with fair hair, while "blonde" means a woman and a lot more. As I walked up the Avenue towards the Plaza I could feel people turning to look at me. I was very sorry to hurt him but also elated. There is the soft and willing and alcoholic blonde who doesn't care what she wears as long as it is mink or where she goes as long as it is the Starlight Roof and there is plenty of dry champagne. When I explained that it would take years for all my hair to grow out, he told me to have it done by a hairdresser. There is the blonde who gives you the up-from-under look and smells lovely and shimmers and hangs on your arm and is always very tired when you take her home. In a moment the cop was back and returned the mirror to the driver with a smile. Blondes Do Have More Fun. It goes on for a very long paragraph, which would put most blondes to sleep, but it is a very good passage, written by that master of English prose Raymond Chandler whose books are full of twists and turns, cops, cigarettes and booze, wisecracks and blondes. Chandler wrote about crime and criminals with an innocence that turned his books into medieval romances, the knight in shining armor defending the lady fair, though many of these ladies were not the kind who appear in sitting rooms, at least not with their clothes on. My mother was a pretty redhead, though you couldn't see that in the picture and I was cute as a lace doily. Even my father noticed, he who had forbidden my use of makeup in seventh grade but never realized when he was face to face with it. And lastly there is the gorgeous show piece who will outlast three kingpin racketeers and then marry a couple of millionaires at a million a head and end up with a pale rose villa at Cap Antibes, an Alfa-Romeo town car complete with pilot and co- pilot, and a stable of shopworn aristocrats, all of whom she will treat with the affectionate absent-mindedness of an elderly duke saying goodnight to his butler. Perhaps of any century. Less than 2 percent of adult white Americans are blond naturally. What did the blonde say when she found out she was pregnant? Some 75 percent of American women color their hair according to a Clairol study, and they should know, having 70 shades of blond on the market. I was a blonde when I was little -- that is, I was a little blonde. Blondes having fun



When I became allergic to the bleach in my fifties I'd faint, run a fever, and come close to death, as in opera when the heroine takes poison , I had to abandon the two-step process that took 5 or 6 hours from start to finish and accept being a single process blonde, which meant not platinum, just as light as possible. My father said to stop using Light 'n Bright. And lastly there is the gorgeous show piece who will outlast three kingpin racketeers and then marry a couple of millionaires at a million a head and end up with a pale rose villa at Cap Antibes, an Alfa-Romeo town car complete with pilot and co- pilot, and a stable of shopworn aristocrats, all of whom she will treat with the affectionate absent-mindedness of an elderly duke saying goodnight to his butler. We who are not naturally blond but choose to become so are a gorgeous part of the American Dream where everyone can be young and sexy, rich and powerful. Philip Marlowe, the detective extraordinaire of Chandler's books, is a man like his creator, strangely prim in his private life Chandler was a virgin until his 30's, very close to his mother, and eventually married a blonde named Cissy, 18 years his senior , romantic and cavalier, although inordinately fond of drinking All blondes have their points, except perhaps the metallic ones who are as blond as a Zulu under the bleach and as to disposition as soft as a sidewalk. My mother was a pretty redhead, though you couldn't see that in the picture and I was cute as a lace doily. There is the soft and willing and alcoholic blonde who doesn't care what she wears as long as it is mink or where she goes as long as it is the Starlight Roof and there is plenty of dry champagne. I, who had been kept in pigtails for far too long, who wore my mother's hand-me-downs and could never fit in with the popular girls at school or talk to a boy without turning an unhealthy shade of purple, was now metamorphosed or perhaps alchemized into the most desirable thing a person could be: It's got your picture on it! As I walked up the Avenue towards the Plaza I could feel people turning to look at me. It's true, blondes do have more fun. After that it began to veer towards orange, turning brassier, and at the end of five or six weeks I'd have to go back and have my roots done again. Getting my hair bleached was the most expensive thing I ever did in my life, including cars, travel, children and medical expenses. It didn't look natural, he said, I should make it all one color, though he was vague on details as are many men, I find, who can't understand the difference between dyeing and bleaching no matter how often you explain it to them.

Blondes having fun



She is very languid and. My father said to stop using Light 'n Bright. I admitted to having bleached for quite some time. What did the blonde say when she found out she was pregnant? I wonder if it's mine. After that it began to veer towards orange, turning brassier, and at the end of five or six weeks I'd have to go back and have my roots done again. There is the small perky blonde who is a little pal and wants to pay her own way and is full of sunshine and common sense and knows judo from the ground up and can toss a truck driver over her shoulder without missing more than one sentence out of the editorial in the Saturday Review. People bleached their hair in ancient Greece too, more than years before I did, but I didn't mention that to him because I didn't know it then, and in fact would still now be in ignorance were I not living in a time when you can Google anything that enters your head, bleached or not. We who are not naturally blond but choose to become so are a gorgeous part of the American Dream where everyone can be young and sexy, rich and powerful. And so it is incumbent upon us as Americans to understand what "blond" -- with or without the final "e" -- is all about, "blond" being the shade as in champagne or key lime pie and also referring to men with fair hair, while "blonde" means a woman and a lot more. Getting my hair bleached was the most expensive thing I ever did in my life, including cars, travel, children and medical expenses. It was the gold of a cheap ring in Vegas, lasting not much longer than the honeymoon. It didn't look natural, he said, I should make it all one color, though he was vague on details as are many men, I find, who can't understand the difference between dyeing and bleaching no matter how often you explain it to them. My summer streaks faded as the days grew shorter and when I was in Junior High I took matters in my own hands and dabbed on Light 'n Bright to bring back the freshness of my preteen youth. So begins the greatest soliloquy on the subject of the twentieth century.



































Blondes having fun



She held it up to her face. He'd had yearnings to be an actor in his youth. A blonde is the perfection of self-invention, and anyone at all can become blond -- poor or rich, black or white, Arab, Jew, old or young, gay, straight, trans and not-saying. When I became allergic to the bleach in my fifties I'd faint, run a fever, and come close to death, as in opera when the heroine takes poison , I had to abandon the two-step process that took 5 or 6 hours from start to finish and accept being a single process blonde, which meant not platinum, just as light as possible. It didn't look natural, he said, I should make it all one color, though he was vague on details as are many men, I find, who can't understand the difference between dyeing and bleaching no matter how often you explain it to them. By the time I was 12, my blondness had suffered serious alteration. My mother was a pretty redhead, though you couldn't see that in the picture and I was cute as a lace doily. The color was slightly green when it was freshly done, and then would "oxidize," as my colorist explained, so that by the third week it was a perfect light ash. After that it began to veer towards orange, turning brassier, and at the end of five or six weeks I'd have to go back and have my roots done again. The female police officer who got out was also a blonde. I was a blonde when I was little -- that is, I was a little blonde. I was bathed in light, each step took me higher off the ground, I floated into the hotel lobby and when my father saw me and realized I was me, he let out a loud gasp and clutched his heart with both hands. A blonde in a BMW was speeding in a residential zone when a police car pulled her over. And lastly there is the gorgeous show piece who will outlast three kingpin racketeers and then marry a couple of millionaires at a million a head and end up with a pale rose villa at Cap Antibes, an Alfa-Romeo town car complete with pilot and co- pilot, and a stable of shopworn aristocrats, all of whom she will treat with the affectionate absent-mindedness of an elderly duke saying goodnight to his butler. Talk about blondage! There is the small cute blonde who cheeps and twitters, and the big statuesque blonde who straight-arms you with an ice-blue glare. It's true, blondes do have more fun. Less than 2 percent of adult white Americans are blond naturally. Or at least blond on top. Seventy Shades of Blond. The driver searched frantically in her handbag and finally asked the policewoman, "What does the driver's license look like? It's True. I suffered for it, the bleach burning into my scalp and opening it up and later forming welts. And if our Presidential candidates are blond by choice, that's to be expected, since blond is optimistic and they are vying for the biggest job in the world, blond-in-chief: The black hair covering my skull at birth soon fell out and was replaced by flaxen curls, light as the hair on Northern heads in Finland or Iceland where the sun is weak and women are strong. Perhaps of any century. Simply, dyeing means putting color in, bleaching means taking color out. In a moment the cop was back and returned the mirror to the driver with a smile. Groucho's law: We who are not naturally blond but choose to become so are a gorgeous part of the American Dream where everyone can be young and sexy, rich and powerful.

Less than 2 percent of adult white Americans are blond naturally. Or at least blond on top. Perhaps of any century. I was bathed in light, each step took me higher off the ground, I floated into the hotel lobby and when my father saw me and realized I was me, he let out a loud gasp and clutched his heart with both hands. In a moment the cop was back and returned the mirror to the driver with a smile. A blonde is the perfection of self-invention, and anyone at all can become blond -- poor or rich, black or white, Arab, Jew, old or young, gay, straight, trans and not-saying. I was a blonde when I was little -- that is, I was a little blonde. There is the small cute blonde who cheeps and twitters, and the big statuesque blonde who straight-arms you with an ice-blue glare. I wonder if it's mine. There is the blonde who gives you the up-from-under look and smells lovely and shimmers and hangs on your arm and is always very tired when you take her home. As I walked up the Avenue towards the Plaza I could feel people turning to look at me. There is the small perky blonde who is a little pal and wants to pay her own way and is full of sunshine and common sense and knows judo from the ground up and can toss a truck driver over her shoulder without missing more than one sentence out of the editorial in the Saturday Review. She held it up to her face. It's True. I admitted to having bleached for quite some time. She is very languid and. Trump -- who spent most of his life with dark hair and more recently wore something resembling an orange dishrag before turning to a more professional colorist -- or Clinton, who has been blonde time and again and knows what she's doing. A blonde in a BMW was speeding in a residential zone when a police car pulled her over. By the time I was 12, my blondness had suffered serious alteration. He'd had yearnings to be an actor in his youth. Simply, dyeing means putting color in, bleaching means taking color out. Even my father noticed, he who had forbidden my use of makeup in seventh grade but never realized when he was face to face with it. A Daily News photographer who happened by snapped us and I landed on the cover of the News as Monday's Child Monday, washday , my first public appearance as a blonde. The color was slightly green when it was freshly done, and then would "oxidize," as my colorist explained, so that by the third week it was a perfect light ash. Blondes having fun



There is the soft and willing and alcoholic blonde who doesn't care what she wears as long as it is mink or where she goes as long as it is the Starlight Roof and there is plenty of dry champagne. This gave my adolescent self-hatred a firm basis. A blonde in a BMW was speeding in a residential zone when a police car pulled her over. It didn't look natural, he said, I should make it all one color, though he was vague on details as are many men, I find, who can't understand the difference between dyeing and bleaching no matter how often you explain it to them. Groucho's law: It goes on for a very long paragraph, which would put most blondes to sleep, but it is a very good passage, written by that master of English prose Raymond Chandler whose books are full of twists and turns, cops, cigarettes and booze, wisecracks and blondes. A born New Yorker, I've been writing all my long life - novels, books of non-fiction and works unclassifiable. Chandler wrote about crime and criminals with an innocence that turned his books into medieval romances, the knight in shining armor defending the lady fair, though many of these ladies were not the kind who appear in sitting rooms, at least not with their clothes on. I, who had been kept in pigtails for far too long, who wore my mother's hand-me-downs and could never fit in with the popular girls at school or talk to a boy without turning an unhealthy shade of purple, was now metamorphosed or perhaps alchemized into the most desirable thing a person could be: What did the blonde say when she found out she was pregnant? My mother was a pretty redhead, though you couldn't see that in the picture and I was cute as a lace doily. There is the small cute blonde who cheeps and twitters, and the big statuesque blonde who straight-arms you with an ice-blue glare. It's got your picture on it! The passage is from The Long Good-bye, a wonderful meandering book full of digressions like Don Quixote, who really was a knight in armor, or Moby Dick, who wasn't talking. And so it is incumbent upon us as Americans to understand what "blond" -- with or without the final "e" -- is all about, "blond" being the shade as in champagne or key lime pie and also referring to men with fair hair, while "blonde" means a woman and a lot more. As I walked up the Avenue towards the Plaza I could feel people turning to look at me. She is very languid and. The color was slightly green when it was freshly done, and then would "oxidize," as my colorist explained, so that by the third week it was a perfect light ash. There is a photo somewhere, probably mulched at the bottom of the Hudson along with other mislaid objects of New York childhoods, taken in the backyard of our house in Kew Gardens, Queens many decades ago, of me with my mother hanging out the clothes. Getting my hair bleached was the most expensive thing I ever did in my life, including cars, travel, children and medical expenses. That's it, though show me a man who doesn't use "dye" when he means "bleach" and I'll call him professor. It's True. I was bathed in light, each step took me higher off the ground, I floated into the hotel lobby and when my father saw me and realized I was me, he let out a loud gasp and clutched his heart with both hands. In a moment the cop was back and returned the mirror to the driver with a smile.

Blondes having fun



I wonder if it's mine. Perhaps of any century. There is the small perky blonde who is a little pal and wants to pay her own way and is full of sunshine and common sense and knows judo from the ground up and can toss a truck driver over her shoulder without missing more than one sentence out of the editorial in the Saturday Review. She is very languid and. I was bathed in light, each step took me higher off the ground, I floated into the hotel lobby and when my father saw me and realized I was me, he let out a loud gasp and clutched his heart with both hands. By the time I was 12, my blondness had suffered serious alteration. It's True. It goes on for a very long paragraph, which would put most blondes to sleep, but it is a very good passage, written by that master of English prose Raymond Chandler whose books are full of twists and turns, cops, cigarettes and booze, wisecracks and blondes. My father said to stop using Light 'n Bright. The passage is from The Long Good-bye, a wonderful meandering book full of digressions like Don Quixote, who really was a knight in armor, or Moby Dick, who wasn't talking. Seventy Shades of Blond. He'd had yearnings to be an actor in his youth. Getting my hair bleached was the most expensive thing I ever did in my life, including cars, travel, children and medical expenses. A born New Yorker, I've been writing all my long life - novels, books of non-fiction and works unclassifiable. There are blondes and blondes and it is almost a joke word nowadays.

Blondes having fun



Groucho's law: This gave my adolescent self-hatred a firm basis. A blonde is the perfection of self-invention, and anyone at all can become blond -- poor or rich, black or white, Arab, Jew, old or young, gay, straight, trans and not-saying. What did the blonde say when she found out she was pregnant? I was a blonde because I needed to be. As I walked up the Avenue towards the Plaza I could feel people turning to look at me. By the time I went to college some 4 or 5 years later, I was a mass of streaks resembling the samples a furniture upholsterer might give out to clients needing their sofa recovered. There is the small perky blonde who is a little pal and wants to pay her own way and is full of sunshine and common sense and knows judo from the ground up and can toss a truck driver over her shoulder without missing more than one sentence out of the editorial in the Saturday Review. The driver searched frantically in her handbag and finally asked the policewoman, "What does the driver's license look like? That's it, though show me a man who doesn't use "dye" when he means "bleach" and I'll call him professor. She walked up to the side of the BMW and asked for the driver's license. Less than 2 percent of adult white Americans are blond naturally. There are blondes and blondes and it is almost a joke word nowadays. Talk about blondage! When I explained that it would take years for all my hair to grow out, he told me to have it done by a hairdresser. It's got your picture on it! The female police officer who got out was also a blonde. In a moment the cop was back and returned the mirror to the driver with a smile. A blonde in a BMW was speeding in a residential zone when a police car pulled her over. Simply, dyeing means putting color in, bleaching means taking color out. Getting my hair bleached was the most expensive thing I ever did in my life, including cars, travel, children and medical expenses. Perhaps of any century. It's true, blondes do have more fun. There is a photo somewhere, probably mulched at the bottom of the Hudson along with other mislaid objects of New York childhoods, taken in the backyard of our house in Kew Gardens, Queens many decades ago, of me with my mother hanging out the clothes. I, who had been kept in pigtails for far too long, who wore my mother's hand-me-downs and could never fit in with the popular girls at school or talk to a boy without turning an unhealthy shade of purple, was now metamorphosed or perhaps alchemized into the most desirable thing a person could be: At three, I had fair ringlets and a chubby face, which in the hands of a Reubens or Renoir might turn a child into a cherub, but in my case it was a good thing ringlets covered up some of my cheeks because I was fat as a baby pig. I was very sorry to hurt him but also elated.

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  1. Trump -- who spent most of his life with dark hair and more recently wore something resembling an orange dishrag before turning to a more professional colorist -- or Clinton, who has been blonde time and again and knows what she's doing. And if our Presidential candidates are blond by choice, that's to be expected, since blond is optimistic and they are vying for the biggest job in the world, blond-in-chief:

  2. There are blondes and blondes and it is almost a joke word nowadays. She held it up to her face. That's it, though show me a man who doesn't use "dye" when he means "bleach" and I'll call him professor.

  3. It's got your picture on it! The black hair covering my skull at birth soon fell out and was replaced by flaxen curls, light as the hair on Northern heads in Finland or Iceland where the sun is weak and women are strong. The passage is from The Long Good-bye, a wonderful meandering book full of digressions like Don Quixote, who really was a knight in armor, or Moby Dick, who wasn't talking.

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