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    (Original post by TheGreatImposter)
    LMAO TFW when you do nothing but sleep yet I'm still shorter than you :'(
    :rofl:
    It's ok, I gotchu bbygurl.
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    5 ft 2 as well


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    5 foot 2 or 1 but i say 2 to make me feel taller :top2:
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    5ft6-7 it's a pretty normal height I guess? Kinda wish I was 5ft4/5 though, it just makes that tiny bit of a difference.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Wow.
    Thank you!
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    So does this affect dating etc out of interest?
    Not really, if there's a guy who has a problem with it he's not the kind of guy I'd like to be with.
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    (Original post by Lauren1999)
    Not really, if there's a guy who has a problem with it he's not the kind of guy I'd like to be with.

    I'm 5'10 and would be with a taller woman if she was a great person . Doubt she would feel the same though.

    I think the man being at least 3 inches taller tends to be ideal.

    Obviously if you hold out for a 6'4+ guy your dating pool will shrink quite a lot.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    I'm 5'10 and would be with a taller woman if she was a great person . Doubt she would feel the same though.

    I think the man being at least 3 inches taller tends to be ideal.

    Obviously if you hold out for a 6'4+ guy your dating pool will shrink quite a lot.
    I don't see why it should a problem, equality and all that!! A lot fewer boys have a problem with it than I'd expect, it tends to just be girls making nasty comments!
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    (Original post by Lauren1999)
    I don't see why it should a problem, equality and all that!! A lot fewer boys have a problem with it than I'd expect, it tends to just be girls making nasty comments!

    They're just jealous of those long legs. :teehee:
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    I am 150 cm tall I really hope I haven't stopped growing yet.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Really?

    Why?
    I feel unfeminine in heels haha, makes me feel massive
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    They're just jealous of those long legs. :teehee:
    What can I say
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    5"10 or 11 I think. I used to really dislike my height and sometimes I feel huge but I've learned to live with it.
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    5'2 (I'm 16) & my giant of a boyfriend always makes fun of me (he's 6'1 and 15yrs)
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    5'5/5'6 - kinda wish i was tiny bit taller


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    (Original post by ikhan94)
    Your not a midget, i know so many girls that are under 5ft
    Yeah me too
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    5'7
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    (Original post by captainncc1701)
    Yeah me too
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