10 Things Short People Hate Hearing
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10 Things Short People Hate Hearing

10 Things Short People Hate Hearing

As a short person, there's plenty of things that people say to me that really irk my nerves. Just because I'm 4' 11", it doesn't make me any less of a person. I'm still a perfectly capable human being that is compatible with life, contrary to popular belief.

1. What's it like being that short?

I've never really thought "hmm wonder what it's like being this short?", so I'd say it's the same as being tall.

2. Why do you sit so close to the steering wheel?

Well, ya see, Larry Long Legs, my little legs and arms don't reach as far as yours. Therefore, I have to sit closer to the steering wheel.

3. You're the perfect arm rest.

No, no I am not the perfect arm rest. I realize it's convenient for you to rest your arm on my head, but I am a human. Not an arm rest. Do not rest your arm on my head.

4. How's the weather down there?

The weather "down here" is actually the same as the weather "up there", believe it or not.

5. I feel so tall standing next to you.

I am so glad my height makes you feel better about yourself.

6. I bet you can order off the kids menu.

Why, yes, yes I can. You should be jealous.

7. How tall ARE you?

Tall enough, thanks for asking.

8. I could fit you in my pocket.

Physically, you cannot fit me in your pocket. I'm a human, not a barbie doll.

9. Haha, awe, that little kid is taller than you.

Yep, most children are taller than me. Ask me if I care.

10. Want me to get that down for you?

Nope, I learned at a young age how to climb and reach for the things I need. Thanks though.

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