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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."
Best comeback I’ve learned to date for “Wow, you’re tall. Do you play basketball?” Is “No, but you’re short. Do you play mini golf?” or if someone is particularly rude, look puzzled/horrified while staring at the top of their head and say “Ewwww, how long have you had that scalp condition?” I am 6’1” and do most of my pants shopping at jcpenney.com, look for ultra talls. When I was a teenager I hated being taller than everybody else, but now (age 51) I’ve grown emotionally into my height and love every inch. And there are more and more women my height and taller around! So grow tall and proud, ladies!