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    8 ft obviously, anything lower than 8ft isn't worth the time of day :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Now you're being condescending which totally undermines your point.

    Perfect height is 6 ft 2 imo.
    Merely reciprocating the condescending attitude, and you got involved why?
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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    Merely reciprocating the condescending attitude, and you got involved why?
    You got everyone involved by posting publically rather than sending a pm.
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    (Original post by Serine Soul)
    Who uses metres to describe height
    Me :emo:
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    You got everyone involved by posting publically rather than sending a pm.
    Well I didn't because only you're responding, so only you're involved. I've seen Mayhem be disrespectful on various threads this evening, deleting comments as he goes, I'm entitled to call him out. As for you... I'm not actually sure what your purpose is with regards to attempting an argument.
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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    Well I didn't because only you're responding, so only you're involved. I've seen Mayhem be disrespectful on various threads this evening, deleting comments as he goes, I'm entitled to call him out. As for you... I'm not actually sure what your purpose is with regards to attempting an argument.
    A pm would of sufficed, surely?

    I'm not really trying to argue, just a bit confused you're calling somebody out on being condascending but do it in a hypocritical way.
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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    One inch taller than their girlfriend in heels. Anything more is extravagance.
    So given that I'm 5'4, and a 4 inch heel is the highest I'd wear, guy should be 5'9?
    No... :cry:
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    A pm would of sufficed, surely?

    I'm not really trying to argue, just a bit confused you're calling somebody out on being condascending but do it in a hypocritical way. The
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    Would have sufficed*
    Condescending*
    I think that constitutes being condescending. Much love baby xoxoxo
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    (Original post by Serine Soul)
    So given that I'm 5'4, and a 4 inch heel is the highest I'd wear, guy should be 5'9?
    No... :cry:
    How is it even possible to wear a 4 inch heel? Like isn't it uncomfortable?
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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    Cool
    Would have sufficed*
    Condescending*
    I think that constitutes being condescending. Much love baby xoxoxo
    I don't remember putting the on the end of my sentence.

    Putting words in my mouth!!!!
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    (Original post by Serine Soul)
    So given that I'm 5'4, and a 4 inch heel is the highest I'd wear, guy should be 5'9?
    No... :cry:
    Well if he was 5'9 then you couldn't say 'I can't wear heels' and he'd be tall enough to appear dominant to you and so arouse your juices and facilitate procreation. Why have him waste surplus bone and face difficulty buying fitting jumpers just so he can be over 6 foot?
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    I don't remember putting the on the end of my sentence.

    Putting words in my mouth!!!!
    Np honey, I love you all the same xoxo
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    (Original post by Indeterminate)
    How is it even possible to wear a 4 inch heel? Like isn't it uncomfortable?
    Nah you get used to it, and it's a lot easier if they're some type of platform heel. That said, I still haven't gotten used to the only 4 incher I own, despite buying it almost 2 years ago now
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    Well I'm 5'10 and have been so for 2 years now, maybe I'll get taller, to be honest I'm lucky to be as tall as I am, both of my parents are short-arses lol.
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    6'2 is the most common height for top male models.

    5'11 - 6'3 is probably considered 'perfect' taking into account the height of the girl.
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    5'2 here and its not good
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    (Original post by Proxenus)
    5'2 here and its not good
    Are you lying?
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    (Original post by Serine Soul)
    Nah you get used to it, and it's a lot easier if they're some type of platform heel. That said, I still haven't gotten used to the only 4 incher I own, despite buying it almost 2 years ago now
    I see :lol:

    Well with those on you'll be 5'8 so your lower limit of 5'10 seems a bit too close for comfort :holmes:

    And perhaps I'm being greedy but I'd like to be a couple of inches taller - like 6'4 ish :moon:
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    4'7"
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    (Original post by Indeterminate)
    I see :lol:

    Well with those on you'll be 5'8 so your lower limit of 5'10 seems a bit too close for comfort :holmes:

    And perhaps I'm being greedy but I'd like to be a couple of inches taller - like 6'4 ish :moon:
    Maybe you should try wearing heels...
 
 
 
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