Are Gingers And Blondes Superior Warriors?

Gingers and blondes; their temper and personality matches their hair. Gingers are easily angered, fierce, fearless, highly tolerant of pain, and sometimes ruthless. Blondes are emotional, reckless, adventurous, higly tolerant of pain, and high risktakers.

Gingers span the greatest warriors in history; Genghis Khan, Erik the Red, Leif Erikson, Timurlane, Julius Caesar, Spartacus the Thracian, Alexander the Great, George Washington, all these men wore heads of red. Gingers are stereotyped as being fierce and fearless.

Blondes are known for their willingness to take risks and adventurous ventures. While most brown or black-haired folk have common sense enough to not skateboard off two story houses, blondes are seen on Epic Fail videos bicycling off 5 story houses, missing the landing, and shattering their bicycle (and their leg). YouTube is full of blondes doing backflips for fun, jumping from rooftop to rooftop for fun, skating down rails and even staircases for fun, and doing other suicidal crazy shit for fun. Often times their valiant endeavor fails and the blonde gets injured, and a video of him attempting said stunt is uploaded to Epic Fail sites.

Some Black guys, like Ozell Williams, do stunts for fame. Jackie Chan jumps from high altitudes suspended by wires for a living; so even Asians take such risks. Some brown haired White guys do stunts and potentially lethal sports for money or fame. But blondes regularly risk their lives for fun.

So are these factors the same factors that fueled the victory of Nordic nations in their colonial conquest? Who knows. But if you look at history, the greatest warriors were always blondes and Gingers. Even Asian warriors, such as the Huns and Mongols, had heavy Nordic admixture and exhibited blondeness and the Ginger cap. Black warriors from Ethiopia had White admixture and the most prominent warriors among them were Gingers. The Native American Hopi tribe has a legend of fierce, red-headed men whom no Native tribe could defeat.

Yes, I am a Ginger too.

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