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I see quite alot of tall nurses

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People are taller now. I am 5 11. When I was young being that tall was unusual. Now it isn't.

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I am 6'5". I couldn't blend in if my life depended on it! I know otherwise, but it's pretty much accepted that wherever I go, I'm the tallest. :yes:

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I wore my sneakers the other day instead of my Danskos.

The missing half inch was noted by most of my colleagues.

But I'm proud to be 5'1"! Proud! So what if The Taller People (i.e. everyone else) get the stuff high up on the shelves for me (i.e. everything)? So what if everything is kid proof for the vertically challenged? I'm cute, damn it!

The term you're looking for is 'fun sized'! :)

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The term you're looking for is 'fun sized'! :)

Love love love this :inlove:!

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I hope nobody files a discrimination suit for the school's obvious exclusion of 'vertically challenged' students!

Just fyi - during March Madness Womens' final four playoff, the was a gal 6'8" in one team. Almost all the other gals were about 6'.

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(think 6'5", laser rocket arm/ Papa John's pizza/ brother is also a Super Bowl champ).

Laser rocket arm? Lol

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Maybe the shorter students are being overlooked during the admission process.

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Hard to miss them, being so tall and all...

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The term you're looking for is 'fun sized'! :)

According to a couple of my Fun Sized friends, the official cutoff is 5'0" to qualify for that branding!

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Maybe the shorter students are being overlooked during the admission process.

:lol2:

That is actually hilarious :up:

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