“I’m 5-foot-10, which is at the lower level of the Tall Girls Club, but after talking to a few other vertically blessed women, I am confident in speaking for at least a few of us…”

4 Ways Life Is Different When You’re a Giantess

#4. You Occasionally Destroy Someone’s Sense of Reality
According to at least one dating survey, men all over the country are in the habit of rounding up their heights on online dating profiles, while women usually shave a few pounds off their real weight. And I’m pretty sure this happens in real life as well: If no one is standing right there with a tape measure, why not make yourself sound a bit more conventionally attractive in number form? … But because of this widespread lying, some of us have developed a distorted perception of what humans actually look like. If you’re female and you weigh 150 pounds, strangers might guess that you weigh 130, because they’ve heard hundreds of women slimming down their weight over the years and now think 150 looks bigger than it really does. Similarly, everyone forgets just how neck-craningly huge people over 6 foot really are, because we’re all used to men adding an inch or three to their height.
And this can have consequences for tall, not-lying-about-their-height women.

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