What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?

Member
igotu226
Cadet
Height: 5'5
Location: New York, United States
Joined: Apr 22, 2014
Posts: 22
Reactions: 0
Score: 0 | 0
KingCash: 0

Offline

Question
What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?
post #1

To the young men out there who are most likely going to be 5'7 and below as an adult, what advice would you give them?

Member
multinational
Short Prince
Height: 5'4
Location: Edge, Denmark
Joined: Nov 28, 2016
Posts: 150
Reactions: 0
Score: 0 | 0
KingCash: 0

Offline

Re: What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?
post #2

Build a resistance towards hatred and what ever we go through.
Get some propper life values, instead of the typical teen/young guy.

Member
horsey55
Cadet
Height: 0'0
Joined: May 12, 2020
Posts: 1
Reactions: 0
Score: 0 | 0
KingCash: 0

Offline

Re: What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?
post #3

I would advise them to chop there own heads off lol

They should find the least attractive woman, that are ugly and over weight , possibly with lots of baggage of 2 or 3 kids

The truth is that unless these  short men are famous, they are never going to get a slim attractive woman, who has her pick of men

Member
Suarez223
Cadet
Height: 5'6
Location: Bronx, United States
Joined: Sep 01, 2014
Posts: 97
Reactions: 0
Score: 0 | 0
KingCash: 10

Offline

Re: What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?
post #4

Quote:

Originally posted by horsey55

I would advise them to chop there own heads off lol

They should find the least attractive woman, that are ugly and over weight , possibly with lots of baggage of 2 or 3 kids

The truth is that unless these  short men are famous, they are never going to get a slim attractive woman, who has her pick of men

I disagree. I've dated many slim attractive women.

My advice would be

• Find your purpose and stick to it

• Never pedestalize women

• Develop the strongest mindset you can without letting heightism prevent you from acheiving

• Be amazing in as many areas as you can

Member
firenzq
Cadet
Height: 0'0
Joined: Jun 16, 2020
Posts: 2
Reactions: 0
Score: 0 | 0
KingCash: 0

Offline

Re: What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?
post #5

I just wanna say Horsey55 you got it all wrong dude, welcome to the XXI century you close minded ASS.

If you have a tall personality hieght or any size won't matter, and if not, pleanty of short babes out there too.

Member
d11221
Cadet
Height: 0'0
Joined: Aug 17, 2016
Posts: 75
Reactions: 0
Score: 0 | 0
KingCash: 0

Offline

Re: What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?
post #6

Quote:

Originally posted by firenzq

I just wanna say Horsey55 you got it all wrong dude, welcome to the XXI century you close minded ASS.

If you have a tall personality hieght or any size won't matter, and if not, pleanty of short babes out there too.

he speaks in facts, a short guy can maybe win over an attractive female if he is persistent and she is desperate, but in the long run she is going to try and get out of the relationship, even famous short guys who are with attractive females only have their partners for their fame and those females are not attracted to them and just want a chunk of their money, a short guy is the equilvalent of a fat female and that is the truth, a fat female is able to lose weight while a short guy is screwed

Member
gymshorts
Cadet
Height: 5'4
Location: Hometown, United States
Joined: Aug 31, 2016
Posts: 75
Reactions: 0
Score: 0 | 0
KingCash: 0

Offline

Re: What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?
post #7

OK.  To some degree, each answer is valid in its own right, for some men in some situations. 

Being a short male is hard-- that's a universal.  We are dealt a rotten hand in life, physically, and denied a LOT of good things that normal and tall men enjoy every day and totally take for granted.  That's not fair AND you can't change it.  Live with it and work really hard to make the best of it.

A few of us have success stories. I have shared in older posts that my wife has always found me attractive because I have a V-shaped build & big chest, and she fears large men. Period.  I developed the other aspects of myself to be really attractive, valuable, and respected.  No, it wasn't easy.  Yes, I had all the cards stacked against me. So do you.  But if your friends and family and mate and children see you as tough, victorious, smart, honest, generous, kind, positive, and confident they will love and respect you. 

Total strangers will most likely bully you, ignore you, overlook you, and not value you.  Look tough and smile all the time. People don't know how to respond to that.  When I'm in public, I walk briskly like I'm in charge. I carry myself with an aire of authority. And then I smile and act graciously and generously.  Do that and you'll impress people that you are not to be discounted, but that you are also "bigger" when it comes to being kind.

Be prepared.  Don't be caught off guard by the a**hole relative at the family reunion that loves to make fun of you.  Have your response to him planned in advance.  I always do.  Billy the Bully doesn't hassle me anymore after what I said last time.  

Read books and articles about this subject.  Learn all you can from others.

Don't ever talk it about it with someone you don't know well and trust.   Journal about it. Record your thoughts for yourself. 

Basically, it's no one else's life problem and  they don't really care.  Tall guys have NO clue-- don't ever talk about it with them.  They have every advantage in life, and we have a boatload of disadvantages.  The nicest, kindest tall guy is still tall.  He's not the enemy, but he surely cannot feel our pain.  Only one of us can feel our pain-- not a woman or anyone else.  Only another short guy knows the he** of a lifetime spent in a body that everyone else grew out of.  If a tall guy wants to understand, ask him what his adult life would have been like if he had been stuck in the body of a 12-yr old boy the whole time.  He can't imagine it.   

I hope this helps all of you who read it.

Member
minilinebacker
Short Prince
Height: 5'3
Location: Manhattan NYC, United States
Joined: Mar 23, 2014
Posts: 209
Reactions: 3
Score: 2 | 1
KingCash: 18

Offline

Re: What advice would you give a short teen to prepare for the real world?
post #8

Quote:

Originally posted by gymshorts

OK.  To some degree, each answer is valid in its own right, for some men in some situations. 

Being a short male is hard-- that's a universal.  We are dealt a rotten hand in life, physically, and denied a LOT of good things that normal and tall men enjoy every day and totally take for granted.  That's not fair AND you can't change it.  Live with it and work really hard to make the best of it.

A few of us have success stories. I have shared in older posts that my wife has always found me attractive because I have a V-shaped build & big chest, and she fears large men. Period.  I developed the other aspects of myself to be really attractive, valuable, and respected.  No, it wasn't easy.  Yes, I had all the cards stacked against me. So do you.  But if your friends and family and mate and children see you as tough, victorious, smart, honest, generous, kind, positive, and confident they will love and respect you. 

Total strangers will most likely bully you, ignore you, overlook you, and not value you.  Look tough and smile all the time. People don't know how to respond to that.  When I'm in public, I walk briskly like I'm in charge. I carry myself with an aire of authority. And then I smile and act graciously and generously.  Do that and you'll impress people that you are not to be discounted, but that you are also "bigger" when it comes to being kind.

Be prepared.  Don't be caught off guard by the a**hole relative at the family reunion that loves to make fun of you.  Have your response to him planned in advance.  I always do.  Billy the Bully doesn't hassle me anymore after what I said last time.  

Read books and articles about this subject.  Learn all you can from others.

Don't ever talk it about it with someone you don't know well and trust.   Journal about it. Record your thoughts for yourself. 

Basically, it's no one else's life problem and  they don't really care.  Tall guys have NO clue-- don't ever talk about it with them.  They have every advantage in life, and we have a boatload of disadvantages.  The nicest, kindest tall guy is still tall.  He's not the enemy, but he surely cannot feel our pain.  Only one of us can feel our pain-- not a woman or anyone else.  Only another short guy knows the he** of a lifetime spent in a body that everyone else grew out of.  If a tall guy wants to understand, ask him what his adult life would have been like if he had been stuck in the body of a 12-yr old boy the whole time.  He can't imagine it.   

I hope this helps all of you who read it.

Such a motivating post! Would love to see some more posts from you here to keep shorter men from falling into pity party mode.