You can only post in this thread if you are at or above 5'10 (1.78 meters )
I don't use Reddit, it's for manlets, but I might go to /r/short just to laugh at them desu, thanks bro. I assume you're op, how has being above 6 foot master race helped you in life?
Goddamnit im 165cm in the NETHERLANDS its HELL. fuckin children are taller then me. so then i come home and go onto /fit/ and what do i see? "ahauehuaehuhaeueh manlets let dyel manlet" so i think fuck this sheeet so i got onto /int/ and its the same fucking shit. like holy fuck can i live anywhere without being reminded that i was fucked from birth you fukin dicks
fuck you and your soon to be 10% muslim country
fuck you and your country whose people are broader then im tall
atleast my homecountry doesnt suck nonstop muslim dick you permavirgin cunt. just because germany is the new topcuck country dont pretend you arent fuckin shit
theyre horsefaced cunts anyway fuck you and fuck them. and yes they giggle.
>and yes they giggle
Had a hearty laff. You know what, you're alright in my book, pajeet.
6'1 here, and my ex-girlfriend unironically dumped me and is now going out with someone who looks to be about 5'7. Just bring this up so manlets can take heart, yes height is important, but confidence and personality will always be more important.
Nothing special never been called short or felt short, well until i starting browsing fit and now i have crippling anxiety over stupid shit like am i going to get gyno, am i balding, do i have shit insertions etc.
That's straight up bullying, not even banter.
Fucking cunts in that image. I'm 5'9" king of manlets btw.
Reminder that is the kind of whore that lanklets usually end up with.
>Oof, I love a woman that knows how to handle a gun :)
>Bruh, especially Arab freedom fighters.
I think it's an important thing they should study more.
Basically, I recon it has to do with perceptions of maturity and strength (i.e. grown adult) which are thrown into an unbalance when two people are so different so there is a strong sense of difference and hostility. It's tribal differences, craning neck up/down to make eye contact, that sort of thing. Shaming people only SLIGHTLY shorter than what you're used to, or even SLIGHTLY shorter than yourself is a relatively new thing because there are more tall people around than ever and it's increasingly linked to social status and sexual ability.
Often, many men and women tend to want to stick around the most with people their race, body types, accent, shit, even hair colour. Height is also very important to a lot of simpletons in being the first marker for equality between those who want to be friends.
Shoulder to shoulder is a good phrase that sums it up nicely, I think. Friends should be the same height to curb this problem for most simpletons, but it is also something that runs on a deeper, subconscious level too.
Curiously I never had a problem with girls in Norway, I worked in New York for 2 years and it was basically hell.
Would literally have girls get visibly angry for just talking to them in clubs.
187cm, the downside of living in a malet's country is that you take little to none advantages from being tall. Manlet or not, as long as you are not an autistic child, you can get a qt mexican gf.
5'1'' (not typo)
I pretty much come to terms with it. Nothing I can do.
The thing about manlets is that they tend to be smarter and have more of an impact on history because they can't spend their life fucking women. Einstein, Hawking, Hitler and Newton were all manlets.
5'5 here, with 5'9 wife. Never had trouble getting a girl, all but two of the girlfriends I've ever had have been taller than me, never disliked my height, and unlike most shorter than average guys, I guess I've never been turned down by girls for it.
See, the problem with this whole 'manlet' business is that even those of you who are above average height suffer from insecurity about it. You're 6' and you see someone 6'3 and suddenly you feel 'beta'. So I guess... have fun with that.
Also not sure what this has to do with /int/. So much for the correlation of height with intelligence.