5'7" is not 175 cm, it's 170. Eitherway you're below average, but you probably already know that. Ignore the "manlet" rhetoric, it's only propogated by people who want everyone else to be as miserable as themselves.
its kinda ok but it depends on your country.
On my country average male height is 173 or 5' 8 and im 5' 7, sometimes im the tallest, sometimes the shortest. But it still feels bad seeing some 12-14 guys already being your height or taller, just dont let it get the best of you wear boots or something
>i'm really fucking confused
There's 12 inches in a foot, not 10. That's where the confusion arises. 5,7 feet =/= 5'7"(ie 5 feet 7 inches).
So 175 cm is 5,7(americans use decimal point, not comma, though) feet, which is 5'9"(five feet 9 inches)
5.7 feet is not the same as 5 feet 7 inches.
5.7 feet means 5 feet (60 inches) + 0.7 feet (9 inches), which makes 69 inches, while 5'7" just means 5 feet (60 inches) + 7 inches (which is 67 inches).
you're the king of manlet bru
you may get away with it in 'murrica or some 3rd world country, but you'll have a hard time in most places in Europe
I'm 18 and, from my estimations because I've never actually measured, 5'6" with shoes on.
I'm so fucking sad about this all the time. It's not fair. Do I even have a chance of growing more?
>Do I even have a chance of growing more?
It's possible to grow after 18, in the sense that other people have, but we can't answer whether or not it's possible for YOU to grow. Personally I'm 5'6", 20, grown less than an inch in the last 5 years, but there are other people with stories of success.
>mfw a bit over 6'
>mfw almost a manlet
>mfw if i didn't drink like a glass of milk or two back then, I'd be a manlet
>mfw an unfortunate spinal/bone accident can literally make me a manlet
Forgot to attach the sc.