Just like in real life, your height matters online, short men dating need to have a plan. I know two 5’5” men that absolutely kill it dating online.
No matter what people say, the fact of the matter is height plays a role in all facets your life. On average each of these ‘short’ men smash 2-3 new cute chicks each month strictly through online game. Well let’s think about this…what is the average height of a girl in North America?
What surprised me was that I was only interested in hooking up with shorter guys.
After years of trying to conform to what other people wanted and convincing myself that I should give up on the short guy thing, I finally admitted to myself that I really only enjoy dating shorter dudes.
I’d secretly seethe as my crush chose to date the shortest girl in class. While I wanted to date shorter guys, taller guys kept asking me out.
The heart I’d scribbled around our initials linked by a plus sign on my Trapper-Keeper mocked my unrequited love. I asked if he minded that I was so much taller than him and he shrugged, saying “nah.” It wasn’t like he enjoyed my height, it just seemed like he didn’t mind it. I’d say yes, partly because I was terrible at saying no and partly because I felt that I should at least give the guy a chance.
The more interest I showed them, the more freaked out they’d get.Six months of dating him is equivalent to a year of Barre Body classes.Related: Why Your High School Boyfriend Is Still on Your Mind 13 He will for real pick you up.This might surprise you, but I didn’t find out until recently that most women do not feel the same way as me when it comes to loving vertically challenged men.When most women find out about my preference for smooching shorties, it’s usually met with crinkled noses and “I could never” or “gross” or the occasional “oh, hell no! That leaves more short guys for me.” And they look at me like I just recited one of Hitler’s speeches in German. As such, I’ve always been the tallest girl in my class.As Lady Gaga would screech, “Baby, I was born this waaaaay.” I know I was. I’d stare at the shortest guys out on the playground, catching kickballs and sliding into homebases, hoping the taller guys would get the hell out of the way so I could ogle at the shrimps with my view unobstructed.