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Yeah okay norm. It's all about personality, it doesn't have anything to do with physical traits that everyone makes fun of.
It's always like this. First the norms destroy your personality and self-esteem with years of bullying and rejection, then they tell you nobody likes you because you have a shitty personality.
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A 6'5" guy that looks kind of like me was joking around and tried to appear more similar so he took off his glasses and made a dead eyed gaze and said something about being depressed and doing drugs I guess that's how the norms perceive me.
It's time to make them perceive me as an imminent threat to their lives.
Stopped reading there.
Must be a hard life having foids flock to you just by standing up.
literally a 32 cel
cursed with the 'tism
False. The pygmies of Africa are still regularly enslaved by the local tribes.
But beyond that short men really do deal with a lot of microaggressions in life. Now it's popular for women to openly hate them just because they are "short" even though they're still taller than the women themselves.
Women have slowly been breeding shorter men out of the population (this is why people keep getting taller, no we are not getting better nutrition than we did 30 years ago) so soon the new short will be 6'3" then 6'7" and eventually anyone less than 7' will be lncel and crippling joint pain will just be a part of life.
The Netherlands are the best example. The tallest country in the world, and with the highest increase in average height. Why? Better nutrition and living conditions? Haha, nope.
>Researchers led by Gert Stulp, a specialist in population health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, combed a Dutch database for clues.
>Called LifeLines, the record contains exhaustive detail about the lives and health of more than 94,500 people who lived in the northern the Netherlands from 1935 to 1967. In this three-decade snapshot, the people who had the most children were tall men, and women of average height, the team found.
>For example, the most fertile men were seven centimetres above the average height. Statistically, they had 0.24 more children on average than the least fertile men, who were about 14 cm below the average height.
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Ban the arrogant tallnorm basedmin