Internet dating tall people
Your feet are always bigger than you remember them being, and this often results in awkward situations, such as having to explain to the man in the stall next to you that while his offer is incredibly generous, you did not mean what he thought you meant.
Have you ever tried to rent ice skates or ski boots in a size 16? As a result, this means I can't go ice skating or skiing unless I suddenly acquire the skills needed to become an NHL player or Olympian and have a company custom make them for me.
It's hard to be fashionable when the fashion world hates you. If I had been born in 1903, I would have been set for life.Any "It" worth his or her salt will know that you can't fit in 80 percent of the more conventional hiding spaces, and most times, the game will be over in 20 seconds. Tall people are reminded of this on a daily basis, thanks to cars, showers, beds, airplanes, coffins, movie theaters, subways, roller coasters and many, many more. If you ever want to really make a tall person cry, pull this one out and wait for him or her to get existential. I never would have had to master a marketable trade.You'll slowly lose friends because you're no fun to play with and develop deep-seeded psychological issues later in life. Not that I'm speaking from personal experience, of course. Tall people's hearts have this tendency to explode at an age they're not supposed to. As in, you will not see someone because he or she is too short and you will trip over him or her. This is why parents should always watch their children and little people should always be aware of their surroundings -- so they don't get crushed by a giant person. But if someone needs a lightbulb changed (also the lightbulbs are kept on the top shelf), it's not exactly a secret who is going to be called upon to change it. I could have found a traveling circus and made my way across the country making a week by standing around in a tent for a few hours. Apparently, we’ve “progressed as a society” and no longer resort to this type of "exploitative" behavior. If being exploited is getting paid to literally be myself, then sign me up.More often than not, this is a bottom-shelf vodka in a plastic bottle with a vaguely Russian name on the label.It's like college, only, you don't really have an excuse for it anymore.