Don't touch the clowns, let the clowns touch you. -Donald Mahanahan
The universe is beautiful. It's something like a new woman that I was gonna date. You're dark and you're massive and you have a black hole, and all of those elements I want to explore just like you would explore on a new date. I want to dive deep into them and feel around and just see whats gonna come out of that. -Dr. Jimes Tooper
Well, there is actually more evidence to support Achilles being blonde rather than dark haired. In the Iliad, Achilles' hair is described as golden/blonde or fair. Furthermore, many gods and goddesses, especially Demeter and Aphrodite, were depicted as having blonde/golden hair and blue/bright eyes; they were two characteristics that usually accompanied each other. Achilles is described as being bright-eyed in The Iliad, so it's safe to assume he probably had blonde/golden hair. Now, because Aphrodite was blonde and the goddess of love of beauty, blonde/golden hair was considered beautiful and a blessing from the gods, Greeks used saffron and mud to dye their hair a lighter colour. Because Achilles was both beautiful and divine, golden/blonde hair is probably the fairest representation of him.
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