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I’m glad that you do! <3
Accept the fact that you’re tall and not make it something that COMPLETELY defines you. It’s apart of you but it doesn’t make you who you are.
Once you’re able to accept everything that comes with being tall then confidence will grow, not feeling that dating shorter guys is terrible (because really, quite a few have wonderful personalities…not all of them though…you get my drift) because that only pigeon holds us, and people will look at you and say, “You don’t seem all that tall once I get to know you.”
Don’t let your height feel as though it’s a burden. Embrace it.
If that's what they are, then i'm sure every pair of trousers i own are flood trousers haha 6"0 baby ;) x
We’re going *~International~*
Yes, you are absolutely right ma’am! Flood-water/high-water pants are pants, or even jeans, that are not long enough for those tall people that have long legs and have to make sure, when going out shopping, is said to be “tall” or “long”.
Pretty much the same height as you :)
Like is it really that difficult to make cute shoes in my size? And another thing that gets on my nerves is hearing someone comment on my shoe size.
You don't expect the mighty oak to have cherry tree roots do you?
I just want you to know that I love this blog.
I’m glad you love the blog and I can relate. Is it too much material? Too much material equals more money? I just don’t understand.
You guys are hilarious.
Every time I get that comment my immediate reaction is:
And then I go on to say, “I don’t care. They’re cute. I’m wearing them dammit.”
And really, it’s not fair to make taller people who love to wear heels feel bad because YOU feel insecure. It’s the equivalent of “Misery loves company.”
They don’t understand how offensive it is. I’m not wearing heels to make you feel shorter. I’m wearing the heels for the same reason that you may wear heels: they’re cute and bad ass.
And if anything, it shows how comfortable I am with my height because what we may not always readily admit, we’re not always happy with appearing taller than we already are. We can and DO feel insecure with our height. So saying something like that to us may bump our confidence down a tab. We may not say it out loud but hey, that’s how I feel sometimes when told that.
So wearing of the heels is me accepting my height/not caring that I added more height to my already tall frame, and loving the shoes because they’re bad ass. It makes me feel more confident. It’s not to belittle shorter people or to rub it in their faces.
So don’t make us feel bad for wearing something as innocent as shoes because of how you feel.
Hahaha, I definitely agree.
Honestly, I wasn’t expecting people to ask me to confirm if they’re tall or not. I figured if others told you, and you relate to these posts then that’s evidence enough.
I don’t mind being asked if one height is considered tall or not. I’ve already gotten used to it.
i'll definitely be following you on there next time i log on :)