Everyone calls you Ginger or Red. You have an actual name. Neither is original or creative — it's basically like if someone called you Green Shirt just because you were wearing a green shirt.
One of the oft-cited illogical characteristics of the English language is why we say "redhead" to describe people who look like Elizabeth the First, Christina Hendricks, or Anne of Green Gables. Any logical comparison of colors would conclude that their hair is much closer in color to orange things like carrots and pumpkins than to red things like strawberries and tomatoes. Etymology to the rescue!
To clarify: this is a list of the best people who have had red hair for as long as we've seen them, not necessarily natural redheads. If you can think of a particularly super cute or good-looking redhead they are most likely on this list! Redheads are some of the most attractive people living today.
The call was for an advertisement for Milka chocolate and was spotted by performer Helen Raw. Spotlight went on to apologise for not having taken the casting call off its website sooner. However, it was published, and when we were told about it we should have taken it down immediately rather than try to amend it to be more acceptable.
Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old redhead quotes, redhead sayings, and redhead proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources. I definitely know that I'm quirky. I know that I'm different.
Redheads have genes to thank for their tresses. Research shows red hair usually results from a mutation in a gene called MC1Rwhich codes for the melanocortin-1 receptor. The pigment found in redhair that makes it red is called pheomelanin.
Don't ask about the color of her pubes on your first date. You'd be surprised how often I actually have to remind people that this is rude. Don't ask about the color of her pubes ever.
They're fiery and dangerous, or they're clownish and weak. They're total geeks in public, but they're wild in the bedroom. They don't have souls, so they'll steal yours. The list of myths and stereotypes about redheads go on and on, showing just how stigmatized people with this unique phenotype really are.
Are you a redhead? Are you one of those special people whose hair ranges from pale strawberry blonde, through fiery red, to light auburn and chestnut? However, following the importation of oranges, the color orange was adopted, but too late for redheads!