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BenHigham2000
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Hey, I'm new here!

I just wanted some thoughts. As a 4'10 British guy (I'm 18) will l have problems in life? I'm done growing and I'm the shortest person in my year. I'm used to getting called midget etc. (I'm not one) and girls don't even see me as a guy. I'm also shorter than a lot of my friends little sisters!

Will I have problems say at uni and future life? I'm kind of worried as I can't blend in with year 7s anymore when I'm done lol. Have I got a realistic chance of getting a girl?
Thanks!
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(Original post by BenHigham2000)
Hey, I'm new here!

I just wanted some thoughts. As a 4'10 British guy (I'm 18) will l have problems in life? I'm done growing and I'm the shortest person in my year. I'm used to getting called midget etc. (I'm not one) and girls don't even see me as a guy. I'm also shorter than a lot of my friends little sisters!

Will I have problems say at uni and future life? I'm kind of worried as I can't blend in with year 7s anymore when I'm done lol. Have I got a realistic chance of getting a girl?
Thanks!
No-one will care tbh since you will be treated as an adult. Sure you'll get some making jokes, but it shouldn't give you any sort of disadvantage in life as long as you're mature and appear confident.
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(Original post by kkboyk)
No-one will care tbh since you will be treated as an adult. Sure you'll get some making jokes, but it shouldn't give you any sort of disadvantage in life as long as you're mature and appear confident.
Thanks. I've noticed a lot that people don't seem to treat me as an adult as much as my friends. Hoping it'll change
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Hey! Of course it will change. Your a proper adult now and girls will love you anyways. Keep positive and keep trying your best. Your height will not be a disadvantage.

Anyways, is your height just like that or is it hormonal? My cousin is 4'9 and he is 28 i think? He has testosterone issues.
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