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Would you rather stand out as very tall or very short?

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I think I'd rather be tall than short because it is easier
to reach high things if you're tall and you can walk quicker. I wouldn't really want to stand out for it though.
I already am short, and while it used to bother me, I actually quite like it now. The only annoyance is when you're trying to reach things. I'd rather be short than tall though.
Well I'm already tall and I've always been tall. I've always had to help someone shorter reach for something. So I guess I would rather stand out as being tall than short. But I still wouldn't want to be very tall.
I think I would probably prefer to be tall as tall and thin on a female is a look I really like!

I guess it all depends on how tall you mean -like over 6 ft would be awful trying to find a guy as I do not particularly like going out with men shorter than I am though I guess that is a rather shallow way of thinking!!
by Finy
I am short so would like to try being tall for a change. And tall women can carry extra weight so much better than shorties.
Short will always have less eyes staring!
You blend in much better, and seeing as I like a quite life!
I have to say short for me.

I am already short and it doesn't bother me at all. However I am not that short that I don't blend in. I would rather be short than tall. Whereas my husband is short and would rather be tall!
Glad I'm tall, 5'8", as it's helpful in life!
Would hate to be short, as I think it could restrict you from doing many things.

Just last week, noticed a lady at Woolies trying to get a packet of peanuts off the top one of those stupid hanging racks, but as she was quite short, about 5', she couldn't manoeuvre it!
I just said, 'here, let me help', & just put my arm up normally, & took it off with ease!

She was grateful, &, I think, a tad embarrassed, poor love! She said she'd be trying hard to get taller, but wasn't haven't any success, which made me laugh! She would've been in her 60's!
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