Tuesday, 17 March 2009
The missions are made difficult by the fact you can't stay out in the sun for too long without applying suncream, or you'll burn up!
Play Ginger Dawn
Thank you to an anonymous Gingerism reader for letting us know about the game.
Update: Gingerism reader Kathryn Allender let us know that Ginger Dawn is now available to play on FaceBook.
Sunday, 15 March 2009
Red headed or even just bearded? Enemy of the sun? "Freckleface" when you were a wee'n? Spend more on sunscreen than you do on shampoo? Or maybe you're one of the "others" but just can't seem to squelch your undying affection for the copper-topped. Well then join up! Membership is free and the redhead love is overflowing.There's a great bunch of people over on the world's biggest redhead social network. Make sure you friend us if you join!
Wednesday, 11 March 2009
You’re a gentleman of reddish tint; do you have Irish blood?Source: Timeout Dubai
Are you calling me ginger? I prefer strawberry blonde. My real surname is Derry so I could be Irish Cheddar, I suppose. And I like The Pogues. But I don’t go around saying, ‘Top of the morning’ to people, so I can’t be Irish, can I? Eejit!
American Idol Contestant 11 - Michael Sarvner. FACT: Michael Sarvner is both ginger and fat. This means he’ll get the American Idol disabled pity vote even more than the blind bloke.Source: Heckler Spray
Monday, 9 March 2009
If someone told you their face was burned off during a camping trip, you would not expect it to be a tale with a happy ending.Source: Metro
But Aiden Kelly has found a positive in his nightmare experience: his skin has grown back – without the freckles he despised having.
The 15-year-old was turned into a 'human fireball' when an aerosol can exploded in a fire during the trip.
His hair and face were set alight leaving him covered in scabs which doctors feared would never heal.
But after months of treatment his skin has recovered – minus the orange marks. 'I think it's turned out quite well, actually,' Aiden said.
DURACELL! Copper top! Agent Orange! Or my personal favourite: “Did your mum drink from the hot tap while she was pregnant?” – a red-head’s life has traditionally not been a happy one.Source: Wales Online
They’ve been ridiculed, vilified and, in some parts of the Valleys, suspected of sorcery and burned.
How do I know? Because I live with one of their number and have lost count of the times she’s come home in tears after being barred from the local Dunelm for clashing wildly with the home furnishings.
It's really hard to pin down exactly why someone is slagged because of the colour of their hair, just like it's tough to understand why a bully will decide to pick on a particular person.Take a look at Kiss online
"Belittling someone because of their appearance or because they're a minority is a cheap but very effective trick and probably gives those people that do it instant gratification and a sense of superiority", says Keiron.