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Old 06-21-2012, 11:22 AM
 
Location: North Shore Long Island
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I go out a lot and see men with or hitting on a wide variety of women. I think what men are attracted to are women who are height-weight proportionate and look like they care what they look like (not to be confused with overly made up.) In my experience, men like women who put at least a little effort into their appearance.

My closest friend is 5'1" at best. Neither one of use were super skinny or model like, but we both had no problems meeting guys when we were single and out on the scene.
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Old 06-21-2012, 11:23 AM
 
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i dont like tall broads. tall = huge fingers and ankles and feet. manly features = NO
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Old 06-21-2012, 11:31 AM
 
Location: North Shore Long Island
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i dont like tall broads. tall = huge fingers and ankles and feet. manly features = NO
Yeah, it's unfortunate about the feet, but a big building needs a big foundation. my ankles are scrawny though.

I have one friend who's 5'3" with size 9s. The poor girl!!






Thankfully, for every guy who dislikes tall broads, there's a few who dig them.
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Old 06-21-2012, 12:14 PM
 
Location: Center of the universe
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Yeah, it's unfortunate about the feet, but a big building needs a big foundation. my ankles are scrawny though.

I have one friend who's 5'3" with size 9s. The poor girl!!






Thankfully, for every guy who dislikes tall broads, there's a few who dig them.
True. My wife is just a bit shorter than you, but bigger. Big foundation, big building in general. Great for breeding NFL-sized kids.
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Old 06-21-2012, 12:30 PM
 
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i dont like tall broads. tall = huge fingers and ankles and feet. manly features = NO
Man hands come in all heights.

Seinfeld - Man Hands - YouTube

But seriously, naw man. I'm 6'0 but have normal sized hands and actually have had men compliment me on my long, slender fingers and I wear what is a relatively dainty 8.5 shoe. But really, who notices foot size outside of aristocratic Chinese people of the 18th century? As long as it's not hairy, it doesn't seem manly to me.
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Old 06-21-2012, 01:11 PM
 
Location: The Hall of Justice
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i dont like tall broads. tall = huge fingers and ankles and feet. manly features = NO
That's cool. Puny dudes don't do it for me either.

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I'm 6'0 but have normal sized hands and actually have had men compliment me on my long, slender fingers and I wear what is a relatively dainty 8.5 shoe.
I believe the most common shoe size for women in the U.S. is a 9. Given that the average height is around 5'4", yeah, my feet are relatively small (9.5). My mom wears the same size as you but she is only 5'7".
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Old 06-21-2012, 01:43 PM
 
Location: North Shore Long Island
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Man hands come in all heights.

Seinfeld - Man Hands - YouTube

But seriously, naw man. I'm 6'0 but have normal sized hands and actually have had men compliment me on my long, slender fingers and I wear what is a relatively dainty 8.5 shoe. But really, who notices foot size outside of aristocratic Chinese people of the 18th century? As long as it's not hairy, it doesn't seem manly to me.
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That's cool. Puny dudes don't do it for me either.



I believe the most common shoe size for women in the U.S. is a 9. Given that the average height is around 5'4", yeah, my feet are relatively small (9.5). My mom wears the same size as you but she is only 5'7".
WTF?!? not fair! You guys are making me jealous wih your small feet!!!

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Old 06-21-2012, 01:44 PM
 
Location: Oakland, CA
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That's cool. Puny dudes don't do it for me either.



I believe the most common shoe size for women in the U.S. is a 9. Given that the average height is around 5'4", yeah, my feet are relatively small (9.5). My mom wears the same size as you but she is only 5'7".
I would have thought the average shoe size was a little smaller. Oddly people tell me I have "small" feet all the time. I don't really think they are that small. I wear 7-7.5. I do have a huge big toe though. It is about 3/4 of an inch bigger than the next toe. 2-2.5 times bigger than my little toe. (I am 5'4.5 so perfectly average height.)
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Old 06-21-2012, 01:47 PM
 
Location: North Shore Long Island
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True. My wife is just a bit shorter than you, but bigger. Big foundation, big building in general. Great for breeding NFL-sized kids.
LOL. When I'm at sporting functions with the kids, men will ask me how tall my husband is. You should hear the cries of disappointment when they learn my kids weren't given better odds in the genetic pool when it comes to height.
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Old 06-21-2012, 02:00 PM
 
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LOL. When I'm at sporting functions with the kids, men will ask me how tall my husband is. You should hear the cries of disappointment when they learn my kids weren't given better odds in the genetic pool when it comes to height.
Aside from my 5-4 grandfather, I'm the shortest man in my family at 6-0. The boys got their height from their mom (5-11.5) as well as my grandmother (6-0) and her brothers (6-5, 6-6) and my dad's brothers (one was 6-7).
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