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Are you a stick or a blob?
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9 stone 4, if you must know.
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i have a mass of 9 stone.
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69kg or 152lbs
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i weigh 7 stone 5.
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48 kg
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I'm of medium build if that helps. I'm without scales.

However, it doesn't mean an awful lot without knowing height...
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weight doesnt really mean anything without age/height but im 9 stone (58kg)
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ok, i'm about 5 foot 9 if that helps.
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around 10 stone I think

I'm a bit of a blob but not a proper blob, not one of these people who look wider than they are tall
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(Original post by G4ry)
ok, i'm about 5 foot 9 if that helps.
5'4, 18, 7 1/2 stone
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fluctuates between 40-44 kg so more of a stick - not intentionally. im not anorexic or bullimic or n e thing
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18, male, 5'9 and 9 stone. Think i'm underweight or very near the border on the BMI
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weight: (87.284 +- 1.632) kg

height: (1.803 +- .011) m
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My height I do know, luckily I own a tape measure. It says 1.80m / 6ft.
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I think im 5'10 and i weigh about 10 stone 3 am I normal? lol
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There's a formula called the BMI (Body Mass Index) where you can work out if you are under-weight, normal, over-weight or obese.

Here's a link:

http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/bmi/...lt-formula.htm

You should be able to find the ranges from there for each category.
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yeh but u can be underweight n healthy - it really depends on ya metabolism
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There's all sorts of factors that come in to it.
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