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Embracing of le height?
That gif relates to this blog oh so well.
My feet are considered small for a tall person (even I have to agree when I look at them from time to time) but I, like anyone who sees that the cutest or more eye-catching of shoes are only made for those with smaller feet cringe…a lot.
I can ONLY imagine how it’s like for someone, like yourself, who wears a size 15 and having to switch to a 16. I had a guy friend with the same shoe size and I was able to fit my foot, with my shoes on, into his shoes. It blew my mind and I was so excited for some reason.
What that reason may be? Who knows?
One thing I will say a lot on this blog is: Embrace your height.
It’s okay to be annoyed with it, to sometimes be insecure because of it, or to curse it at given moments but try to accept it and embrace it because it’s kind of permanent and you’ll always have it.
I really appreciate you and everyone, honestly, for relating to this blog and loving it but the main reason I made the blog was to laugh at these problems and accept them even though a lot of these personally irk me just as much as the next person but I ultimately accept them as apart of a tall person’s life haha.
Don’t hate it m’dear. Embrace it. Now come over here and gimme some suga’
this is good.
this is good indeed.
Hey, that’s actually good to know. Not all tall people have long legs because even I was pretty shocked to read this.
Since this is the case, you can always suggest to this blog your issues with being tall yet having shorter legs.
Laughing and bragging about how you use us for shade any chance that you get. It’s cool.
Can’t even get mad at yaw.
Because it’s true, we use your heads for armrests plenty of times.
Honestly though, it’s all love and cheese here ahahaha.
Though there are a number of causes for dizziness, taller or thinner people are more prone to feeling lightheaded.
Since we’re taller than the average person, blood may take a longer time to circulate back to our brain when we suddenly stand up too quickly.
It’s called Orthostatic Hypotension, a condition that causes the blood to pool in your legs, making the blood take longer to get to your brain when you suddenly get up and thus making you feel either dizzy or lightheaded.
Source: 11 Causes of Dizziness
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