Redheads Quotes

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P.G. Wodehouse
“Red hair, sir, in my opinion, is dangerous.”
P.G. Wodehouse, Very Good, Jeeves!

Jeaniene Frost
“You're not a woman," he said finally. "You're the Grim Reaper with red hair!”
Jeaniene Frost, Halfway to the Grave

Lucille Ball
“Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead.”
Lucille Ball

Augusten Burroughs
“Red hair is great. It's rare, and therefore superior.”
Augusten Burroughs

Mark Twain
“When red-headed people are above a certain social grade their hair is auburn.”
Mark Twain

L.M. Montgomery
“You'd find it easier to be bad than good if you had red hair.”
L. M. Montgomery

L.M. Montgomery
“Red hair is my life long sorrow.”
L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

Mark Twain
“While the rest of the species is descended from apes, redheads are descended from cats.”
Mark Twain

O.R. Melling
“If you're betwixt and between, trust the one with red hair.”
O.R. Melling, The Hunter's Moon

Robert Shea
“She was a woman with red hair and green eyes— the traits which Satan supposedly relished most in mortal females.”
Robert Joseph Shea, The Eye in the Pyramid

Marion Roach
“All the action adventure girls have red hair," he said. "Whenever it is an independent girl, not a sidekick person, when she has her own mind or does as good as the guys, she has red hair.”
Marion Roach, The Roots of Desire: The Myth, Meaning, and Sexual Power of Red Hair

“I love redheads. It’s not the hair color, it’s the crazy.”
Michael Makai, Domination & Submission: The BDSM Relationship Handbook

James Joyce
“Redheaded women buck like goats.”
James Joyce

Lucille Ball
“Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous red head.”
Lucille Ball

Joe Hill
“The blood of a redheaded woman is three degrees cooler than the blood of a normal woman. This has been established by medical studies.”
Joe Hill, NOS4A2

Jeffrey Eugenides
“When I think back about my immediate reaction to that redheads girl, it seems to spring from an appreciation of natural beauty. I mean the heart pleasure you get from looking at speckled leaves or the palimpsested bark of plane trees in Provence. There was something richly appealing to her color combination, the ginger snaps floating in the milk-white skin, the golden highlights in the strawberry hair. it was like autumn, looking at her. It was like driving up north to see the colors.”
Jeffrey Eugenides, Middlesex

Christopher Moore
“But she's a redhead, so she's probably evil, even at her tender age."

"I thought you liked redheads."

"I do. What's your point?”
Christopher Moore, Sacré Bleu: A Comedy d'Art

Kimberly Frost
“It's my red hair that interferes with my good sense. All that color so close to my brain, it plum disorients me most days.”
Kimberly Frost, Would-Be Witch

Karen Chance
“Louis-Cesare’s anger suddenly filled the small room like water, and in a heartbeat his eyes went from silver tinged to as solid as two antique coins.
I sat frozen, awash in a sea of power. I was beginning to understand why Mircea had wanted him along, only Daddy had failed to mention anything about the hair-trigger temper. I guess he assumed the red hair would clue me in.”
Karen Chance, Midnight's Daughter

Agatha Christie
“There speaks the passion and the rebellion that go with red hair. My second wife had red hair. She was a beautiful woman, and she loved me. Strange, is it not? I have always admired red-haired women. Your hair is very beautiful. There are other things I like about you. Your spirit, your courage; the fact that you have a mind of your own.

~Mr. Aristides”
Agatha Christie, Destination Unknown

Djuna Barnes
“Her heavy peasant face was fringed by a bang of red hair like a woolen table-spread, a color at once strange and attractive, an obstinate color, a color that seemed to make Lena feel something alien and bad-tempered had settled over her forehead...”
Djuna Barnes

Stephanie Lahart
“Redheads. We’re a Limited Edition of Fascination. A Unique & Rare Blend of Awesomeness.”
Stephanie Lahart

J.Z.N. McCauley
“She would let her soul hide while her body was consumed with magic, fire, and boiling blood. A riveting communion.”
J.Z.N. McCauley, The Oathing Stone

Charles M. Schulz
“I can't get that Little Red-Haired Girl out of my mind. ~ Charlie Brown”
Charles M. Schulz, The Complete Peanuts, Vol. 14: 1977-1978

Ellie Kemper
“My favorite feature is my red hair. Why wouldn't it be? It sets me apart from other people who don't have red hair, and it instantly bonds me with people who do. Experts often say that redheads are an endangered species - but experts say a lot of things. My own hasty scans of sidewalks and shopping malls show plenty of us out and about. Maybe the experts are just saying that because they are jealous of all the redheads - and the only revenge they know is to claim that we will all die.”
Ellie Kemper, My Squirrel Days

Groucho Marx
“According to the wire, you are resting well and are being taken care of by a nurse. I hope she is beautiful and that she has red hair. I don't know why, but whenever I dream of a nurse she always has red hair. Red hair makes a man want to recover his health quickly, so that he can get on his feet and get the nurse off hers." - Groucho Marx, letter to his son”
Groucho Marx

“Mr Phipps seemed to think criminality was passed down through the generations like a stutter, or a squint, or in my case red hair.”
Susan Fletcher

L.M. Montgomery
“The ten year old Ingleside twins violated twin tradition by not looking in the least alike. Anne, who was always called Nan, was very pretty, with velvety nut-brown eyes and silky nut-brown hair. She was a very blithe and dainty little maiden—Blythe by name and blithe by nature, one of her teachers had said. Her complexion was quite faultless, much to her mother's satisfaction. "I'm so glad I have one daughter who can wear pink," Mrs. Blythe was wont to say jubilantly.”
L.M. Montgomery, Rainbow Valley

Clementine Darling
“Oh, she was a great beauty," Maggie replied, and Hetty nodded in agreement.

"The clearest blue-green eyes, and skin like peaches, with a splendid dusting of freckles," she said.

"And her hair -- 'twas flaming red, and fell in marvellous profusion," Maggie added. "We used to call her Queen Elizabeth -- in jest, you understand, for the real Queen was quite fearsome I do believe. Mrs Bramstone almost hated Bessie I think, for how lovely she was".”
Clementine Darling, The Lost Children of Gloam's End

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