Are you obsessed with height? Do you find yourself thinking about your own height, other people's heights or celebrity heights each and every day? Don't worry, you are not alone, there are other height-obsessed individuals out there...
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Caroline Guinnip said on 13/Feb/17
Hey Rob I need some help. There is a boy that I like and I would like to know his height. I am 5'9.5 to 5'10 on a good day (you know what I mean). The shoes I was wearing today gave me about an inch and he was wearing sneakers. Also in this photo I was slouching a little bit. Click Here
[Editor Rob: I'd have thought he could be near six foot there, accounting for what you said. ]
Dan said on 23/Jul/16
Hi Rob! Just a little question for you: I wake up at exactly 188 cm and my lowest after a long day of standing and working out is 186 cm. What height should I claim? Can I claim 187 cm or would that be considered a lie since I probably drop below that mark at the end of the day? And in America should I claim 6'2 or 6'1? Thanks for the answer, love your site! ;)
[Editor Rob: 187 is ok to claim.
At worst you drop 1cm under...a lot different than if you rounded up to 188 or even claimed 189.]
Matt said on 4/Jul/16
About the doorways-- The doors of minimarts and drug stores in my area of New York have foot markings on the swinging edge and they seem to be shifted up so they understate my height.
Greg said on 29/May/16
Yeah I've strangely became obsessed with height over the past few years, I used to not care as much and just noticed people who where drastically taller then me, but now I'm always comparing my heights with others when I'm walking around. My morning height is a bit over 5'11" and go down to 5'10.5" by night time, but I just say I'm 5'11 because I easily clear that am closer to 6'0 in shoes. It's not a bad height but I've always wanted to be 6'1-6'2. Oh well I've been done growing since like 17-18 as I'm 20 now.
Pink said on 29/Mar/16
How can i become taller @rob ? I'm obsessed although i dont show it.
[Editor Rob: it is the holy grail - a program that could add an inch to anybody's height...it doesn't exist yet.]
blue said on 8/Dec/15
I need your help, please. There's a thing that i don't understand and that really starts to annoys me ....
Do you remember when i asked what "high hip bones" really means? I had searched a little bit on internet but i didn't found(...an english answer that i could understand;) and then i remembered that i already had read the "answer" on site about leg to upper body ratio (i even had let a comment about that!(really red fish memory;)) girls said despite her long outseam her legs aren't really long its just that they've high hip bones.
That means that there's too much cm between inseam and the top of the hip, right? Click Here (like her. She has a pretty long torso,no?)
I searched again for be sure but i've just found a site where the girls say that they've high hip bones because they have a short torso and that their high hip bones give to her really long legs, so i'm a little bit lost...
Too much cm or just a high...pelvis (that's the right term?) because long legs and short torso? (like this girl in the middle Click Here )
Both definitions are correct?
Really sorry to bother you that... maybe i've already read the answer somewhere but despite what connor said my english is bad and i surely didn't understand or misunderstood...
Thank you a lot:)
[Editor Rob: sorry, I'm confused over the question again.]
blue said on 26/Nov/15
Really funny your video; Sookie is very cute:)
I remember when i discovered that i was 1m64 instead of 1m63, i became totally obsessed, i verified 50 times per day for see if it wasn't a measure error and if i didn't drop under that new height; it lasted few weeks.... i also became obsessed by gaining another cm, i wanted to do 1 hour of stretching by day, fortunately for me (i'm a lazy person;)) this obsession didn't last.
Just by curiosity, is there a chance that one day there will be a sort of "obsessed with weight" page?
[Editor Rob: I don't have as much interest in weight as height. It is a far trickier topic to guess than height!]