It is not, contrary to popular belief, a bright or intense copper or orange shade that some would commonly call 'ginger' (which is often an offensive and negative term to use for anyone with any shade of red in their hair). Some people who have those shades of hair colour often wrongly call themselves a 'strawberry blonde'.
You are NOT a strawberry blonde if your hair is of a bright orange, deep red, auburn or chestnut shade.
It is strictly a colour term for hair that is of a blonde shade but with warm golden - reddish tones. Imagine a light to medium ash blonde shade of hair and then swap around the ash tones with gold or red ones.... THAT'S a true strawberry blonde.
Go get an eye-colour test first, then try working on your lack of a personality and any other insecurities or form of self-loathing you may suffer from which makes you feel that you have to pick on someone else over their hair colour in an attempt to try to make your pitiful self feel better."
Difference between us: I could choose to change my hair colour but I'm afraid you're stuck with that low level of intelligence for life... tough luck"
"Fake" Strawberry blondes are just people who are gingers, but has got a lighter shade of red, or people with darker hair who failed when bleaching it. (Gives a bright yellow/orange color)
Strawberry blondes might or mightn't have freckles, and most commonly green eyes. Sometimes they're blue though.
So, real gingers, don't try to trick people into thinking you're strawberry blondes when you're not! If you don't have natural blonde highlights in it, you're a ginger and therefor have no soul!
"Yeah, it was really beautiful and golden-colored!"
"Did she have highlights in it?"
"Then she failed when bleaching her hair. She's most likely a soulless ginger."
"Dude, really? Damn it."