I'm just curious. Tall being 5"10.
I'm 5"11 and really happy with my height. Guys find it intimidating tho 😂
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Most Helpful Guy
Probably not. For starters most girls dont want to date a guy who is shorter than they are and consider it a deal breaker. Even for the girls who are open to it, its never their ideal. Even if a taller girl wanted to date me, my height would be seen as something negative that she's compromising on. She wouldn't be a genuinely attracted to me as she would be to a taller guy.
So overall I just dont think its a good idea.2
Most Helpful Girl
My husband is about 2.5" shorter than me. I am an inveterate shoe whore -- girl we're talking 5-6" heels EVERYWHERE, with the gym as the sole exception -- so, in public he's normally more like 8" shorter than me.
Doesn't matter even a tiny fraction of a shadow of a shit. Next to that boy, I feel like a teeny tiny little bitty little girl.
We've been together 16 years, married just under 15, and I can't remember anyone so much as casting a derogatory glance in our direction, much less actually daring to say anything aloud.
I mean, I say you should just go ahead and play it up. If you like attention (me me me me!), even start wearing tall shoes all over the place, like I do.
Will this make insecure men feel even MORE insecure? Sure it will.
Is that a bad thing? Hardly!
I mean, anything that can filter out those guys more efficiently is a plus, right?
There's plenty of dudes grounded enough, and confident enough, to not give flying fuck #1 about height differentials. Let the "intimidated" boys run away, leaving the good ones left to play. LOL