Advantages of dating a tall guy
After a trip to the mall with him, you will never, ever complain again about not being able to find pants that fit right. Your voice is shot at the end of the night after all that yelling, trying to get your random (yet brilliant! Having someone to reach the high-up spots comes in handy. Ever seen a Chihuahua attempt to keep up with a mastiff? It's a wee bit challenging to have a romantic moment when your face is forced to make out with his pecs. I mean, I don't know why I'm keeping that vase that high anyway, but he still grabs it for me every single time. We've already done six different reenactments and it's not even Friday. Not that you can't be taller than your boyfriend, but sometimes it's nice to be able to wear your stilettos without feeling like a dominatrix leading your sub around the party on a leash. Don't mind me, I'm just going to spread out like a kid making a snow angel because boy, you got rooooooom. You always feel like you're rolling with your own personal bodyguard. No, but it's funny you should say that because that's absolutely what I want people to think when they see us together. You can literally run and jump on him like you're in any movie love scene you've ever wanted to reenact and he won't tumble over. If you're short and you procreate with him, there's a fifty-fifty chance your kids will be tall. Because that, my friend, is a backhanded compliment if I've ever heard one. Unlike the tall girl you last dated, you can put her in almost any position you want when you're fooling around. So, when you do finally meet her on your first date, do NOT tell her that she looks so much taller in her Instagram photos.
When you meet her IRL, she doesn't need to be reminded that she's tiny.Dating a tall guy definitely has its perks—you can wear the highest heels you can find, and nothing is out of reach when he's nearby. He's hunched over like Quasimodo; you're doing your best prima ballerina tip-toe attempt..ain't pretty. But dating a dude with inches to spare has its drawbacks, too. More from Korin Miller is a freelance writer specializing in general wellness, sexual health and relationships, and lifestyle trends, with work appearing in Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Self, Glamour, and more.call her tiny or shorty for that matter (unless you've cleared it with her and she's down with that nickname).