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post #76 of 87
5'6"

And I'm into asian women, so the height isn't really a problem.
post #77 of 87
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post #78 of 87
6'1". Tall for an Asian, slightly above average most other places.
post #79 of 87
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Originally Posted by StopPolloition View Post
6'1". Tall for an Asian, slightly above average most other places.

I knew a mongolian guy in college who was 6'3" and just jacked. He looked like a professional wrestler. He was popular with the ladies.
post #80 of 87
anyone want to trade 6-2 for a 5-10?
post #81 of 87
6'3, 175
post #82 of 87
6'3" and 185.

Interesting, we've got a large number of responses, but we're nowhere near a normal distribution. Probably a bit of response bias here, yes?
post #83 of 87
6'1
post #84 of 87
187cm - 6'1.6'
post #85 of 87
6' 2", it is a good height for reaching but I could never jump very high in B'ball. I always wanted to dunk.
post #86 of 87
I'm 6'2" and like 240 and working my way back into shape... i'm usually a 46L and a fatty mcfatterson 40 waist right now I always figured most SF'ers were short as shit judging by how small most of the shirts/suits/pants getting sold in the B&S forum are, but I guess most are just incredibly thin hah
post #87 of 87
5'10'' but i feel very short because most of my friends and classmates are 6'3'' and taller.

But my parents are 4'11'' (mom) and 5'7'' (dad), so things could have been worse from a height perspective.
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