How To Have A Relationship With A Redhead
By: Jennifer Brown
So you’ve found that special someone, your soulmate, ‘the one’. The only problem you find is that ‘the one’ is a redhead. Before you throw in the towel and quit because you think you can’t deal with a redhead, take a moment to learn how a relationship with a redhead is actually possible — if you know these secrets.
The Ginger Secrets:
1. Most Redheads Don’t Want To Be The Center of Attention: Since birth redheads have been singled out as adorable, cherubic, and have to constantly hear, “oh that hair!” Most red haired children have grown up with little, old blue haired women telling them how much they want their hair and this leads many redheads to want to keep a low profile.
2. Say The Right Thing: If you get in a fight with a redhead, or any woman for that matter, don’t call her crazy. It will only infuriate her more and you don’t want to make a redhead mad!
Most gingers will try just about anything once. If you want to walk on the wild side, a redhead is just the one for you. If you prefer the weekly missionary poke then skip the redhead.
If, after reading this, you still want to embark on a relationship with a redhead then by all means have at it. In addition to being wildly awesome in bed, redheads are about as loyal as a person can be. If you can pass muster with a redhead you will have a friend for life. You will have someone you can count on, someone who will come to your rescue and to your defense. As friends go, as well as lovers, you couldn’t do better than a redhead.
Just don’t piss them off.
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