Finally something to be afraid of. Marching angry Gingas.
Redheads have had enough and are calling for a fair go after more reports about their genetic dispositions.
The study, published in the Journal of the American Dental Association has suggested that gingers are more than twice as likely to avoid a visit to the dentist.
The research found redheads are typically more sensitive to pain and require about 20 per cent more anaesthesia during dental visits.
Proud ginger Bronwyn Shimmin said she disputed the findings but still avoided going to the dentist.
When questioned about her dental habits, she avoided giving exact details about her dental hygiene.
“I visit the dentist as infrequently as I possibly can.
“It stems from when I was a teenager and knocked my two front teeth out.”
Mrs Shimmin said the study was just another example of stereotyping.
“It’s in the same ilk as blond jokes.
“How can you measure a redhead and compare them to others?”
Just remember this vital lesson about Ginger Kids.