Men And Complexions

Dr. Katherine Blackford, of Boston, speaking of men's complexions,

arrives at the following conclusions. There are, of course, exceptions

to all rules: As a general rule, the blonds are inconstant. They change

their minds too often. They get angry one moment and forgive the next.

They are impulsive, and when they do commit crimes they are done on the

impulse of the moment. A blond radiates his personality about him. The

brunette, on the other hand as a rule, likes to concentrate on one

subject. He is a specialist. He prefers his home and family, and his

pleasures are more often lectures and kindred entertainments than those

of a lighter order. He learns slowly, but he retains what he knows far

better than does the blond.

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