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For all the beautiful tall girls and the problems we have to endure. Through all the teasing, feeling out of place & short hems, I'm finally coming to a point where I realized that there's nothing wrong with being a little different. People still try to tear me down about it but there will always be people doing that. These problems are mostly to make you laugh & go "OH MY GOD. THAT'S MY LIFE." But this is more than just a place to share each other's problems. It's a support group where we encourage girls to see the beauty within them (so play nice, ladies). Ask me anything & feel free to submit!
"You're only as tall as your heart will let you be and you're only as small as the world will make you seem."
So, as I was walking to class today I decided I would strut my stuff through main campus (in an attempt to prolong actually going to class). I hadn’t been through that part of campus all week so I was just seeing the newly hung signs around the lawn. Often, groups and organizations will hang signs between trees that promote events and I can typically just walk by them pretending to give them a little attention when in actuality I’m not really caring about the signs (a little bit of a bad person, I know.) Anyways, I came to this one sign that looked like it was hung by a clan of Oz-ian munchkins and I wasn’t sure if I should take my chances and walk under it or take the extra steps and go around it. While I was looking like a complete idiot standing there debating my options I saw this guy walk under the sign and carry on. Now, this guy was pretty tall. So I figured, if this giant can walk under this, I got this. As I start walking I enter back into my “strut my stuff” mode, put on my sunglasses to look extra badass and approach the sign. Well, apparently, tall guy was a hell of a lot shorter than me because my head hit the sign and caused it to completely tear off the tress at the same time the wind blew and stuck it to my face so I couldn’t see anything and was walking around frantically in circles for a good couple of seconds with a giant banner wrapped around my face when I finally threw it to the ground and dropped it like it was hot. Only to find a bunch of people starring at me to which I replied: “There isn’t a lot to say to this. It’s a tall thing.” So if you happen to go to my school, 1. I’m sorry about your banner. 2. Yes, I was that freak stumbling around with a banner around my face.