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For example if you was 5”8 and a boy would you rather date a 5”6 girl, 5”4 girl or 5”2 girl🤨I’m curious do boys like girls smaller than them or similar height¿
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I don't really mind what height she is. It's more to do with her personality. I'm 6'2 and my girlfriend is 5'8 which is quite tall for a girl but I like it that way. Height doesn't matter tbh.
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If you listen very carefully you can hear the slow stomping of the tall people arriving to tell everyone their height.

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Well, I'm 5'10", and I'd prefer her to be somewhere between 5'9" and 6' ish.

And be male.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Well, I'm 5'10", and I'd prefer her to be somewhere between 5'9" and 6' ish.

And be male.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
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Well you see, Mr Bond, the thread asked about girls, so I chose to write 'her' in the first instance so people assumed I was talking about girls, as most people would. They would then likely have been slightly confused at my choice of heights, as these are uncommon for a woman. After having read the last part, however, they would be initially further confused (like yourself) after which the realisation would set in that I was actually a homosexual, and then everything would make sense. However, it didn't quite work as you have shown, so my sincerest apologies for confusing you.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Well you see, Mr Bond, the thread asked about girls, so I chose to write 'her' in the first instance so people assumed I was talking about girls, as most people would. They would then likely have been slightly confused at my choice of heights, as these are uncommon for a woman. After having read the last part, however, they would be initially further confused (like yourself) after which the realisation would set in that I was actually a homosexual, and then everything would make sense. However, it didn't quite work as you have shown, so my sincerest apologies for confusing you.
I did think that, just wanted some clarification.

No need to apologise.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
I did think that, just wanted some clarification.

No need to apologise.
Good. That was what I had intended.

Sorry for apologising, by the way.
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James Bond: once a secret agent for MI6, now a casual keyboard warrior. I hope retirement is peaceful, sir.
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im 4'9 and my bf is 6ft and we dont mind the height difference. Hes also younger than me which makes things interesting when were out together
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