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Older girls at school dances bully us by spinning us in the air like helicopters. We play tennis in high school because the soccer scrum and mini strike zone no longer apply.
We become the lucky charm at sporting events which is like an acceptable form of bullying.
The only way short guys survive is by knowing that we live longer and can weave through Costco aisles faster than our taller, wealthier, calmer, happier and more powerful, popular, employable, educated and sexually active counterparts. which we use to barter extra tater tots at school lunch.
Shortness is great when we are four years old and get to hold the plaque in our soccer team photo. Grade school teachers find our smallness endearing and award us extra stickers and desired parts in class plays.
Meet 6'1" Allysun, the Tall Woman of the Month for September of 2014 plus 6'3" Jheri reviews the books "Short: Walking Tall When You're Not Tall At All" and "Don't Let Bullies Ruin Your Life".