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So when people say they prefer short or tall people. Does that mean people shorter than them vs taller than them? Or does it have to do with the height average?
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When people say short, they tend to mean around 5 foot. When they say tall, they often mean 6 foot +.
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(Original post by ważzer)
When people say short, they tend to mean around 5 foot. When they say tall, they often mean 6 foot +.
pretty much,
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It usually means in general. If I wanted a girl to be shorter than me, I would say that as opposed to just saying "short"
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