Is the manlet cutoff different in European countries? Since they use the metric system i hear that for you to pass all you need is to be 1.80m or more.
True somehow. Here in hueland 1,80 m and above is considered tall. Still very comon to see men with 1,70 m. It's under that where manlet status start... 1,60 m would be manlet prince, and 1,50 would be manlet king, better off as a dwarf circus or something.
in europe you just need to have dark/brown skin
everything else is irrelevant just be dark/brown and you will have women lining up to ride you and men everywhere will cower as soon as you look at them
>measured my height last year
>made sure to have shoes off and socks
>marked the door where my height was
>checked again just now
>I'm higher than the mark by about a inch and a half
I AM GROWING STRONGER EVERYDAY
still manlet tho at 5'9
wtf JUST... implying people will notice a 2 millimeter difference. Im still telling everyone im 5'11