Brunette dating

We, as brunettes, become flooded with a slew of irrational, accusatory, undoubtedly insane thoughts when we watch a former lover embark on a romantic excursion with a blonde: When we’re in long-term, committed relationships that span out over the course of at a year, it’s safe to assume we are our partners' “type,” right?They’ve put up with our sh*t for a solid 12 months; doesn’t that say something sort of profound?And BAM -- faster than the speed of sound, it happens: The twisted triad of Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat start teeming with pictures of our partners with their new blonde babes hanging all over them. Our inner dialogue is reduced to the following:"But you LIKED me!?

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But if you're interested in what the opposite sex is interested in, the data will guide your decision making!

When polled on a date's hair do: short or long hair, the majority of male respondents (96%), nearly 100% said they prefer women with long hair. We've heard the saying 'blondes have more fun,' but do they really? When asked which color nape the voters prefer, the majority of men (60%) and women (69%) both said they prefer brunette's over blondes.

The overwhelming response here is clear: fellas, if you want a second date,you can't be stingy!

There are plenty of topics to help break the ice when on a first date.

Which leads us to irrational fear number two…No kid wakes up one morning the taste of red wine.

It takes time for the palette to develop a keen taste for red wine.

What's interesting is more female voters than male voters dislike overconfidence. And when discussing insecurity, more male voters (40%) than female voters (22%) dislike insecure dates. We all have our flaws but with this data we now know it'll be best to work on both of these turnoffs in order to keep our dates interested!

The age-old question: who should call or text after the first date?

From favorite types of music, food and movies to favorite color.

However everyone knows to steer clear from the two no-no's: politics and religion.

However, more females (49%) than males (32%) said no.