Are there any real tall people problems?
#1
I hear tall people complain about not fitting in cars and seats, not finding clothes and getting annoying questions but these are not valid problems. To me it seems that there are no disadvantages to being tall.
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#2
Tall men don't face any real problems because height is considered to be masculine. They earn more money and respect and they are much less likely to be bullied. For women it's the other way around. I was severely bullied at school because of my height and I feel like people don't respect me. It's much harder to find men too.
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#3
Yes, tall people are far more likely to have back problems and to break limbs. They also have shorter lifespans.

Note: I'm talking about extremely tall men here (6'5+). Guys at my height don't have any real disadvantages, which is why many people think it's the best height. Sorry for being a braggart but it's the truth.
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#4
(01-11-2018, 08:29 AM)snuggles Wrote: Tall men don't face any real problems because height is considered to be masculine. They earn more money and respect and they are much less likely to be bullied. For women it's the other way around. I was severely bullied at school because of my height and I feel like people don't respect me. It's much harder to find men too.

I agree. You're way above average so I can understand the bullying aspect. Men who are within 5'10" to 6'4" are definitely not going to have much problems socially. As for your case in dating men, it's hard but there are good amount of men who don't place height as a huge priority.
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#5
(01-11-2018, 07:27 PM)Potatoes247 Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 08:29 AM)snuggles Wrote: Tall men don't face any real problems because height is considered to be masculine. They earn more money and respect and they are much less likely to be bullied. For women it's the other way around. I was severely bullied at school because of my height and I feel like people don't respect me. It's much harder to find men too.

I agree. You're way above average so I can understand the bullying aspect. Men who are within 5'10" to 6'4" are definitely not going to have much problems socially. As for your case in dating men, it's hard but there are good amount of men who don't place height as a huge priority.
5’10-6’4? Why would 5’9 cause problems, it’s the exact average, there isn’t much of a difference as they’re both average. 5’8” and under caused problems since it’s below average.
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#6
(01-11-2018, 08:04 PM)luro98 Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 07:27 PM)Potatoes247 Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 08:29 AM)snuggles Wrote: Tall men don't face any real problems because height is considered to be masculine. They earn more money and respect and they are much less likely to be bullied. For women it's the other way around. I was severely bullied at school because of my height and I feel like people don't respect me. It's much harder to find men too.

I agree. You're way above average so I can understand the bullying aspect. Men who are within 5'10" to 6'4" are definitely not going to have much problems socially. As for your case in dating men, it's hard but there are good amount of men who don't place height as a huge priority.
5’10-6’4? Why would 5’9 cause problems, it’s the exact average, there isn’t much of a difference as they’re both average. 5’8” and under caused problems since it’s below average.
 You're right. The heights I listed I think in my opinion ideally saves men from getting backlash from people socially. 5'9" is dead on average in most places. I live in a fairly tall area, so my view of average can be a bit distorted.
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#7
too much money, too many women.
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