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    I'm not buying them to make me feel better about the supposed extra inch, but instead to make myself slightly more attractive.

    Would women judge?
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    Most people would judge you if they were informed.

    Shoe Lifts are discreet, people won't notice them if unless you tell them. Even if you go up by 3 inches.
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    I wouldn't judge them for it- I'd just find it a little weird
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    Lol. Don't do it. You'll join the 'walking lie' club like most women out there.

    Let's say, by wearing them, it helps you get a lady. Then when you inevitably have to take them off, if she just liked you for your height... she would bolt.
    Also wearing them shows you're not confident in yourself and love yourself and like I've said before, how can someone else love you if you don't love yourself.

    Embrace your height, and people will embrace you.
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    I'm a guy and I've tried shoe lifts before, I wouldn't recommend.


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