posted on Sep, 6 2007 @ 04:47 AM
Well, it's because the 'Yuppie' blondes that you see are surgically altered facially. All of their noses are cookie-cutter small and up turned.
Also, they are mostly bleached the light color. Blonde hair is said to lighten the features, thus also why thinking people with it are the same.
Other hair colors can fall into the "are they clondes/" catagory as well. Typically they are natural pretty to begin with. Beauty is often average
looks, with no asymmetry-ie small chin, wide set big eyes, clear skin, THIN!, etc. They do this because they feel men will want them more-yes, it's
proven they were more wanted(see attention whoring) but people like different things-, plus people often like having friends who look similar to them,
esp. materialistic young females. "Hot" women in packs draw more men!
Oh, and I'm not biased since I'm a light skinned, blue/green eyed, auburn haired-semi blonde. Not a clone as well! Though, I have disdain for
mainstream beauty standards in the USA.
A good conclusion would be that the most beautiful people are clones. These specimens are often observed at valley malls, Starbucks, and Nordstrom,
traveling in packs of three or one(sometimes the middle one is not as attractive), and driving a "cute" light colored car that says "Princess" on
the tag. other times seen at bookstores, but not to read, but rather giggle at "nerdy" boys.
[edit on 6-9-2007 by dreamingawake]