Hello Gingie Lover
After taking note of him I started seeing more and more redheads around. I find red hair to be an endearing quality and am glad that my husband has it. I did notice some antipathy towards the ginger community. Most notably a certain hysterical South Park episode. (I found a twilight/southpark mash up and couldn't help it.)
It also seems to be a club that very few can live in. Mr. Sorrow recently heard that redhead are going extinct by procreating with nonredheads. (ie your truly) Since that he has been calling himself the endearing name of "The Breeder" Yes my husband wants to repopulate the planet with gingers.Apparently I have a lot to live up to. I have faith that our children will end up like this.
Not like this;
I hate David Carruso
I believe that there are quite a few good looking red heads out there. I say give them a chance. They'll make it worth your while. And because he is by far my favorite ginger aside from Mr. Sorrow I want you to bask in the cuteness that is Rupert Grint.
Just ignore that stupid girls head and that ridiculous necklace. Unless it's a lock for the hand cuffs and then that's okay.
I have noticed with the exception of Victoria there is a lack of redheads in Twilight. It would be nice to see a little representation in the story.Some might bring up the fact that Edward has bronze hair. This is true however auburn is different then the bright red I'm talking about. Real Gingers. It would great to see some gingie love in the movie. Perhaps one of the newborns? That would make my day. So pretty please with J.Rath on top give our amber haired friends a chance.
Ginger love story
If you would like to read a romantic, trippy and enthralling story check out Still Life with Woodpecker is sort of a love story that takes place inside a pack of Camel cigarettes. It reveals the purpose of the moon, explains the difference between criminals and outlaws, examines the conflict between social activism and romantic individualism, and paints a portrait of contemporary society that includes powerful Arabs, exiled royalty, and pregnant cheerleaders. It also deals with the problem of redheads.