Sure it's awesome being tall but there's some problems that we have to deal with time and time again.
said: *sighs* I hate going places with my aunt and my cousin because I'm a good 6 inches taller than both of them. I also hate the fact that my aunt has nicknamed me "Stretch" -____- She says that I look like Dee-Dee from Dexter's Laboratory...
Dee Dee was magnificent! Especially her league of friends.
They were not only diverse but they were tall too?!
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Anonymous said: this is just something i've noticed, & i wonder if anyone else has ever had this problem. every time i read a magazine that gives "suggestions" for different body-types, they always suggest jeans for tall women with an inseam that's only 33-34 inches. for example, i was looking in glamour's latest issue & they feature a girl who's 6' but they suggest jeans with a 33' inseam. now, i'm 6'1" & maybe i just have insanely long legs, but there's no way those jeans would be long enough...i need a 36-37 inch inseam. just something i've noticed, wondering if anyone else has ever had that problem?
Anonymous said: what is this Tall People Hook Up Blog ‘11?
Tall People Hook Up Blog ‘11 is an indirect way of letting le tall people community know that there is a tall person in search of another tall person.
It came to existence from this ask here, and since then instances like that has been called “
Tall People Hook Up Blog ‘11”
Hooking Tall People Up Blog ‘11”
I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the tall-ppl-problems’ followers went about following one another because they were interested and this is a community where we come together to discuss our problems, advantages, social challenges, etc. :)
It was meant to be innocent and taken with humor, haha.
Anonymous said: i don't find that it is that huge of a problem a guy being a bit shorter than you or the same height, my current boy friend is around my height maybe a little shorter, but if you really enjoy that persons company so much it doesn't matter at all about their height. we do have a bit of a laugh when i wear heels, being a little bit taller than your boyfriend cant restrict your shoe wear! its all in good fun :)
said: I truly believe in soul mates! There is someone out there for everyone! And that someone was designed for you by God. So if you follow the right path, pray for them, and be patient, you will find one another. What you wish, the right one is that. So make a list, follow God's plan, and pray! He/she is out there. I never thought in a million years I'd meet mine, but I did, and he fit the bill to a T. Holla at my God. And btw he is taller than me and that's just one of the small details I was after. Thanks for the blog, awesome, love it!
said: I am a 6'2 woman. All my bfs have been shorter. One at 5'6, one at 5'10. I strongly agree that being taller is super awkward, BUT only if you let it get to you. You need to have the confidence. Yeah, us tall ladies want to have that stereotypical taller guy and feel 'feminine', but do we need it? Do we need to shape ourselves around society's skewed views? NO.
You love who you love, no matter the shape or size. We are all beautiful, and the right guy will see this and accept us for the awesome people we are. <3
said: Honestly, I'm a 5'11 bisexual girl, and my personal preference is shorter girls and taller guys. When it comes down to it, I've dated 2 guys who were shorter than me in the past and it didn't really matter, it was a little awkward but it wasn't a big deal.c:
said: I'm 5'9" and for guys I like if they are taller than me (then they can be thinner lol). But if they are shorter than me, they can't be thinner. Otherwise I feel like a total giant. I don't think I'm fat, but I'm proportional to my height.
Those are interesting preferences but I see where you’re coming from with them.
Anonymous said: I don't want to generalize about the real world, but I haven't really seen many tall female romantic interests in the media. Usually in movie or tv shows, the cute-and-petite are the love interests and the "glamazons" are there to make the adorable-tiny female lead feel insecure for a while, either about her body or that her boyfriend might be sleeping with Lady Longlegs
said: This is kinda a question for the general public.. But do any other girls get sick of the stereotype guys like tall girls? I feel like almost every guy likes smaller girls..
Personally, I feel that that belief is true to an extent.
“I love a girl with long legs!”
On the flip side, I also hear and see, “I love a girl smaller than me for—” such and such reasons. So it’s almost balanced…to me anyway.