Three dating challenges short guys face
Just don’t outright lie, by using photos that aren’t you or by calling yourself an entire six inches taller than you actually are.Lying will start your first date off on a bad foot, and no one wants to fuck a liar.I didn’t really think dating a short guy was a thing, I just knew that I wasn’t going to do it. Still, there are a few things you’ll only know if you’ve been in the unique position of dating someone shorter than you. It took exactly two weeks from the point we started going out for me to forget about the fact that my boyfriend is significantly shorter than me.‘That’s my dealbreaker,’ I would drunkenly say to people while at uni, when I was really wise in the ways of the heart. Recently, there have been studies claiming that short men divorce less, do more around the house and make better husbands. I remember the time frame, because he was doing a gig (he’s a comedian) and me and my best mate went to watch.
Partly because you’re tall enough to support him, and partly because it’s an excuse to put his face in your tits.) This dates back to caveman roles where the man was expected to protect his kin from saber tooth tigers (probably). That stereotype is often inaccurate, but we’ve all heard it.Therefore, for many short men a woman of equal or lesser height should be an ideal match. In my experiences dating shorter guys, their prickly discomfort when I wore heels (Doc Martens don’t work at an upscale holiday party, sorry) was my biggest beef. Redirect her attention to a sexy, successful, non-war criminal.‘It’s just weird.’ Of course, that meant within a couple of years I was going out with a guy who was significantly shorter than me (six inches when I’m in heels, to be exact). While surveys like this are as bullshit as relationship dealbreakers – my boyfriend is crap at most domestic activities, and who knows if he’ll divorce loads or not – I’m glad that science has stopped crapping on short dudes. What do you mean, short guys can actually make good boyfriends? Afterwards, when he came off stage and nipped outside for a cigarette, my mate said, ‘Awww, he’s so small! I’d forgotten up until then, because, as you’d expect, the height difference doesn’t really make any real difference at all. The questions are usually along the lines of, ‘What does it feel like?’ (The same as if he were taller.) ‘Do you wear heels? ’ (No.) ‘God, I couldn’t do that.’ (Is that a question?