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On dating profiles I always notice when a woman says "I'm 5'5" and a HALF." It's impressive when a woman considers half inches important when measuring things.

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I see that frequently from both genders. Part of the disability claim forms include height and weight. People get really hung up on that, but it is a measure of health. But seriously, who gives a darn about .5 inch. Turns out lots of folks. I see the figures not only from the claimant/patient but also from the doctor, and sometimes the difference is really large. Wishful thinking, or denial.

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Just brilliant!

EColorado Level 3 July 27, 2018
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Another thing men don't care about on women's profiles

MrChange Level 7 July 27, 2018
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I read somewhere that most people are 1 inch shorter than they think they are.

Taking measurements in the morning + standing up straight + rounding up... yeah that probably means about an inch more than one's apparent normal (like as one walks down the street on a regular day). smile001.gif

I just go with what the doctor tells me...

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Impressive, or encouraging?

Paul4747 Level 8 July 27, 2018

Or deluding?!

@EColorado indeed ?

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If size matters then accuracy should too ????

IamNobody Level 8 July 27, 2018

Like "ability to write in snow"

Never know when you'll need that skill.

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Mmm you're never worked on engines? lols. That's nearly five percent of the whole, a significant amount smile009.gif

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Well you men always seem to think that certain body parts of yours need measuring and every tiny little bit seems to matter.

Jolanta Level 8 July 27, 2018
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What a straight line......
(nope, not going go there)

Sapiophile Level 5 July 27, 2018

..... You're right, too easy smile002.gif

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