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How People Get Tall

Posted: May 10th, 2014, 4:19 am
by Taco
While about 80 percent of height is determined by genes, auxologists (those are height scientists) now believe that nutrition and sanitation determine much of the rest.

How People Get Tall ... all-2014-5

Posted: May 10th, 2014, 4:57 pm
by Jeremy
Height/size means very little to girls.

One afternoon in my dorm, I heard loud female moaning from some 5'7" twink's room. In addition to being short, this guy was skinny, had feathery, flowing blonde hair and seriously looked about 15 years old. I was shocked.

When I saw the girl who left his room, I was even more shocked. She was a solid 7 - white blonde, slender, late teens, sexually dimorphic, great ass - the kind of chick men pay $1000/hour for. Yet I, with my 6'3" swimmer's body, could only get obese girls.

Also, out of all the guys at my gym,many of whom are tall, jacked, and robust, the one with the hottest girlfriend is some 5'7", 19 year old, effeminate twink lol.

Sure, I guess if you're really tall (meaning 6'6" at the absolute minimum), you can use niche game to find some amazon with a big floppy vagina. Or if you're especially short, certain girls will rule you out based on that feature alone. But in general height hardly makes a difference.

Girls go for facial prettiness above all else.

Posted: May 10th, 2014, 7:30 pm
by Luc Furr
yeah so right Jeremy. Height not important.

Like in that 21 jump street movie remake. Glee pansy singers and techno nerds rule the school yard. The socialist female mind eats that bs up.

Only thing I disagree with is what women value most. I think it is $. A high net worth and bright shiny objects will catch most birds. Look at what a "rich" western or asian guy can pull in the poor countries.

Why are weak pansy men promoted by "the system"....pansy men are too busy shopping and singing to be independent and revolt.

Posted: May 10th, 2014, 8:12 pm
by Tsar
Luc Furr wrote:yeah so right Jeremy. Height not important.
That would be a good thing if it's accurate. I'm about 5 feet, 6 inches.