He had ripped muscles, so he looked like one of those short, heavyweight wrestlers from the movies. Here are 11 very real truths about dating a guy who is shorter than you. Him: “But babe, you look so sexy in high heels.”Me: “I know, but they're so painful and annoying.”What you're really thinking is, “F*ck no.
He wasn't exactly shorter than me, but he had maaaaaaaybe an inch on me. There's nothing wrong with dating a guy who's shorter than you, but it does come with its difficulties. He'll constantly ask you why you always wear flats.
Curiously, the research also showed that women enforced the norm more strongly than men.
Twenty-three percent of men but only four percent of women said they were open to a relationship in which the woman was taller.
Plus, my legs are long and don't just lift easily and wrap around your waist like ribbons floating in the breeze.13. I go anywhere with no awkward genital/other body part alignment.14. If you thought you were annoying at concerts, just wait until we go together.15. "My ankles need to breathe." "No, MY ANKLES NEED TO BREATHE."16. Because we're close enough in height that we don't have to walk 10 feet apart for it to feel remotely natural.17. When we dance cheek to cheek, we're probably actually, well, cheek to cheek.18.
I'll knock my head on low-hanging things before you do.
We love them, we hate them, and sometimes we date them. But even me — a gal of 5 feet and 4 inches — has problems. When you're out in public and people look at you, you wonder if they’re thinking that you’re a girl with a short boyfriend.
I'm not wearing heels so I can be a solid 5 inches taller than you (and that's in kitten heels).” When you do wear heels, he immediately realizes the error of his ways.
Every guy has his own preferences, and these influence whom he dates.
You’ll estimate a woman’s height as soon as you approach her.
I like Captain Planet." He claimed to be college educated, appeared to be attractive, used correct grammar, and had acceptable taste in music -- everything I usually require from an online suitor before I respond.
However, his profile said he stands at an elfish 5-foot-5, while I am an Amazonian 5-foot-10. Dare I dodge OKCupid's arrow and ignore a potential soul mate, just because of his height?