Posted on | February 16, 2010 | 7 Comments
And nothing can compete with that, not even redheaded Victoria’s Secret model Cintia Dicker in a bikini. She’s cute, but too skinny to compete with those bodacious Christina Hendricks curves.
UPDATE: You want to talk about “targeted marketing”? Look what just arrived in my inbox today:
Dear Mr McCain
I am writing to you to ask for your support for The Great British Redhead Festival, which will take place on 10th April, this year.
This will be the first ever UK national celebration of all things redhead/ gingerish/ auburn/ strawberry-blonde and carrot-top. We have had some good publicity in the newspaper media, this week, which has brought considerable interest. For convenience, I include the links as follows:
- Morley hosts Great British Redhead Festival
- Festival for great british redheads
- Morley’s going nuts over holding ginger festival
We anticipate media interest will be self-generating over the next two months and this would be a great if you felt you could be linked with this new and unique national dynamic ginger event.
It is a free event, no-one is being paid, and essentially it is just a fun day to make a light-hearted celebration of all things gingerish. There is no political angle, no bureaucrats and nobody taking offence at being called ginger.
A similar event in Holland, last year, attracted thirteen thousand visitors of which three thousand were genuine redheads. It also attracted considerable worldwide media coverage.
We would be delighted if you could support our event.
I look forward to hearing from you.
The Great British Redhead Festival
OK, how many of you guys will hit the tip jar to send me to cover that historic occasion? C’mon, we’re talking about professional journalism here . . .