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Nik said on 16/Jan/20
🐩😷🐩!
Nik Ashton said on 16/Jan/20
πŸ™ƒπŸ˜πŸ˜¬πŸ˜‚!
Nik Ashton said on 16/Jan/20
πŸ—£πŸ’―!
Nik Ashton said on 16/Jan/20
😷🐩😷!
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 15/Jan/20
@Vitto
I get that you're FTM, but I've noticed that a lot of MTF trans people (born male but idenitifes as female) are shorter than cisgender males, on average. I wonder if taking hormones during their growing years, have stunted their growths, since most trans people start to want to transition by their teenage years.
chevy said on 15/Jan/20
@rob what do you think is the start of giant for men?
Editor Rob
Once you get over 6ft 6 in public, many folk will see you as extremely tall, but is it 'giant' territory? Maybe 6ft 10 becomes so tall that everybody who walks by you will glance or notice, because it is so rare in public.
Nik Ashton said on 14/Jan/20
😷🐩😷!
Nik Ashton said on 13/Jan/20
😷🐩!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 12/Jan/20
@ Nik - I'd go nuts if that happened to me, I can tell you! I've only ever won a few tenners, which is better than nothing, but never have I mislaid my winning tickets!

..........😀🌰πŸ₯œπŸŒ°πŸ₯œπŸŒ°πŸ˜–.........
Deep Purple said on 12/Jan/20
Bobby 1.78m (5ft 10in) said on 10/Jan/20
@Xenia

I think most women would rather be taller than shorter. Not as tall as men are, obviously. I've read around that women like being in that 5'7-5'8 bracket. It's their ideal, I guess.

So, your username is interesting. Are you some sort of foreigner?
_____________________________________

Yeah, they say 5'7" but, maybe they add 1 inch to their desired height.
Deep Purple said on 12/Jan/20
@Xenia

Men prefer between 5'0 to 5'4 women, so 5'2".
They like feel "tall"
I prefer 168
Nik Ashton said on 11/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - 😬 - I came up on the lottery but I looked in my pocket for the winning ticket and .................!
Nik Ashton said on 11/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - I’m so sorry about this, what disgraceful imposters these cleaners are and were. They deserved to be nicked by the police, they should have been sacked and forced to pay you back in full.
Nik Ashton said on 11/Jan/20
πŸ—£πŸ©!
Nik Ashton said on 11/Jan/20
@ Xenia - I like your name!
Nik Ashton said on 11/Jan/20
πŸ—£πŸ‘Ή!
Vitto said on 10/Jan/20
@Xenia Are you a woman? How tall are you?
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 10/Jan/20
@ Nik - I've found a penny and had my whole purse nicked on the same day before - by the cleaners in a HOSPITAL CANTEEN! Would you believe it? They're volunteers who are supposed to give of their time with a good heart. 😝
Bobby 1.78m (5ft 10in) said on 10/Jan/20
@Xenia

I think most women would rather be taller than shorter. Not as tall as men are, obviously. I've read around that women like being in that 5'7-5'8 bracket. It's their ideal, I guess.

So, your username is interesting. Are you some sort of foreigner?
Nik Ashton said on 10/Jan/20
πŸ˜‹πŸ˜¬!
Nik Ashton said on 10/Jan/20
πŸ˜›
😬!
Nik Ashton said on 9/Jan/20
πŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒ!
Nik Ashton said on 9/Jan/20
πŸ‘‘
😁!
Vitto said on 9/Jan/20
@Xenia I was born a woman and I am quite happy with my height of 5'11 actually I'd rather be 6'2. So, not even above average but really tall. Sorry, but I had to reply to that.
Nik Ashton said on 8/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - The πŸ‘ƒ knows you know!
Nik Ashton said on 8/Jan/20
@ Xenia - Good question, probably above but I dunno!

Maybe someone should create a poll asking this very question! πŸ‘Œ
Nik Ashton said on 8/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - Or they’ve found a penny and lost a pound, or the masterplan didn’t go to plan, or their lottery syndicate got the first five balls before the sixth one went **** up, or they’ve all been given nightmare rΓ©sumΓ©s ... or a few home truths have been shouted at them!

πŸ—£πŸ˜¬πŸ˜¬πŸ˜¬πŸ˜¬πŸ˜¬πŸ˜¬!
Nik Ashton said on 8/Jan/20
πŸ—£πŸ˜¬!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 8/Jan/20
@ Nik: Re: 😬😬😬😬😬😬!

They look as though they've been made to smile at gunpoint, and aren't terribly happy about it!

I think Rob's found out that they're all 3" smaller!

Now they look like this:

πŸ˜πŸ–•πŸ˜πŸ–•πŸ˜πŸ–•πŸ˜πŸ–•πŸ˜πŸ–•πŸ˜πŸ–•!
Xenia said on 7/Jan/20
What is generally more desireable - to be a woman below or above average height?
E.g. the average female height is 5'4 - would you rather be 5'0 or 5'8?
Nik Ashton said on 7/Jan/20
😬😬😬😬😬😬!
Nik Ashton said on 6/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - Good answer, you do!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 6/Jan/20
@ Nik - Actually, the gang of felines comprised five boys and one girl. πŸ˜„πŸ‘
Nik said on 6/Jan/20
🎩
😬!
Nik Ashton said on 6/Jan/20
πŸπŸ”‘πŸˆ!
Nik Ashton said on 5/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - These six cats were a real gang, a gang of six made up of four boys and two girls! They had attitude and they were not to be messed with, I would not have wanted a cup of coffee with me if I had been sunbathing near your house! Yes, blame it on the fox!

🏞🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈🐈! πŸ—£πŸ¦ŠπŸ“¦!
Nik Ashton said on 5/Jan/20
πŸπŸ”‘πŸˆ!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 5/Jan/20
I will use ammonia as often as I please! πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 4/Jan/20
@ Nik - Talking about vagabond pussies, Juicy once marched in with a huge great goldfish from someone's pond dangling from his mouth! I took the poor, terrified creature upstairs and tried to revive him by putting him in some water in the sink, but he died of heart failure. Jim thought Juicy doing that sort of thing was funny, but I was just concerned about saving the splashy orange animal. When I took the goldfish from Juice, Jim said, "Oi! Give it back to him and let him eat it!"

I couldn't do that. Jim reckoned that the fishy was worth at least Β£120. He used to keep coy carp, the real name for goldfish. Did you know that, given a constant supply of clean, fresh water, and good food, a goldfish can grow as long as 18" and weigh in at a bumper 10lbs? When I kept tropical fish with one of my ex's, we actually had a couple of bubble-eyed goldfish in our tank along with all the others! They thrive equally well in warm water as they do in cold and the warmth encourages growth. Their calories aren't needed for keeping their little bodies warm when they live in warm water, so their nourishment can go towards growth.

Cheers Nik and the same to your Mum!
πŸ˜πŸ‘XX πŸ’πŸŒ·XX

🐟🐠🐟🐑🐟🐠🐟🐑🐟🐠🐟🐑🐟🐠🐟🐑
Nik Ashton said on 3/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - It’s worse if a dog or cat throws up on a book or is sick on a book, particularly if it is new or from the library!
Nik Ashton said on 3/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - A bad place for cats and dogs to piss or 🐝 sic on is a settee, it’s even worse if a dog or cat does one (or both of) these things after jumping up onto a settee with a ***tt* bum
following an excursion to a wet garden!
Nik Ashton said on 3/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - So don’t use ammonia then unless you like buying ammonia and ruining carpets!
Nik Ashton said on 3/Jan/20
@ Nearly 180cm guy - Ta, U2!
Nik Ashton said on 3/Jan/20
Slim pi πŸ”œ *lime pie πŸ”œ Lime pie!
Nik Ashton said on 3/Jan/20
πŸπŸ”‘πŸˆ!
Nik Ashton said on 3/Jan/20
πŸ‘‰8πŸ”œβ™Ύ!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 3/Jan/20
Me likewise, Nik! My Fletchley, Ulercy, Barleenie, Melazier and the two Banana brothers were known as the local cat mobsters, piddling in people's ponds, eating the fish therein and trampling on the neighbourhood show plants!

I kept shtum! There are foxes in the locality as well!

🦊 β˜‘οΈ
🐈 ❎......πŸ˜›πŸ–•
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 3/Jan/20
@ Likewise - but they don't half make for some blinding movies! (Gangsters, that is!)
Nik Ashton said on 2/Jan/20
8πŸ”œβ™Ύ!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 2/Jan/20
πŸ”” Correction Time! πŸ””

That should have read 'gangland activity' and not 'a gangland activity'. Once you're into that sort of thing, you can't exactly pick and choose!
Nik Ashton said on 2/Jan/20
@ Sandy Cowell - I too prefer the feline and canine mobsters!
Nik Ashton said on 1/Jan/20
β™Ύβ™Ύ!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 1/Jan/20
@ Nik - A mobster is someone who takes part in a gangland activity.
Nearly 180cm guy said on 1/Jan/20
Hey everyone! I wish you, Rob, and all users of your website a happy new year and 2020 would be better than 2019!
Editor Rob
I wish everybody a great year.
Nik Ashton said on 1/Jan/20
I like slim pi! πŸ₯§!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 1/Jan/20
@ Nik - Don't talk about cats pissing on carpets! The important thing to remember is NOT to clean it up with anything containing ammonia. They'll just do it again! The same applies to dogs, I think, but cats are notorious for going by smells and when one goes in a place, the others follow suit. 😀
Nik Ashton said on 31/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - I wouldn’t want a ΒΆi$$y ΒΆu$$y ΒΆi$$ing all over
my ΒΆi$$ed up ΒΆanties!
Nik Ashton said on 31/Dec/19
πŸ”œπŸ‘€!
Nik said on 31/Dec/19
I also like *lime pie! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Nik said on 31/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - What if they p*ss*d all over the carpet?
Nik said on 31/Dec/19
πŸ—£πŸ˜·!
Nik said on 31/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - What's a mobster?
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 31/Dec/19
@ Nik - They are also very adapt at throwing up on newspapers and magazines! And pi$$ing on them!

🐈"Blaaar! Chunder!" 😝"Oh ****!"
πŸ“°
Nik Ashton said on 31/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - I know! I wouldn’t like β€˜em if they ΒΆi$$ed all over my ΒΆJ’s either, or if they ΒΆi$$ed all over the sheets on my bed or the duvet!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 30/Dec/19
@ Nik - You wouldn't like pi$$y pussies if they ΒΆissed all over your ΒΆillow! It smells!

πŸ›οΈπŸˆπŸ€’
Nik Ashton said on 30/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - It depends what it is made out of, if the infinity sign takes up a whole bed (like zat one!) and is made out of iron or steel then you wouldn’t want it to land on you! Let’s hope the 8 is done for the day and stays flat on it’s back in it’s own bed!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 30/Dec/19
@ Nik - It was our local black and white mobster!
Nik Ashton said on 29/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - My Mum loves to get Lotus biscuits from Tesco! I reach up for them for her when they are on high up shelves. It sounds like you had midnight feasts! I might have a few in a mo or I may have a few grapes!
Nik Ashton said on 29/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - Which Pussy Cat was it? I love **ss* pussies!
Nik Ashton said on 29/Dec/19
πŸ₯½πŸŒ!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 29/Dec/19
@ Nik - As long as it doesn't land on me when I am in bed! (The infinity sign!)
Nik Ashton said on 29/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - I like Robletto! I also like Robalob and Robster!
edwards said on 28/Dec/19
@ editor rob

this isnt height question but i wanna ask you something.i planned to visit uk after sometime's especially england and scotland.at 183 cm,how would i feel if i stroll through the street and local pub.should i feel tall or above average ?
Editor Rob
Yes you will feel tall in the UK at 183cm...as long as you aren't tall-aware and notice more taller people than the short and average groups.

I think that's why you sometimes see people on here over the years who are tall sometimes say they don't feel it...visually, they are picking up more taller than shorter in their minds.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 27/Dec/19
Hey Roblette! I sent my little nephew, Ferdinand, a cuddly Peter Rabbit toy and he loves it! Ironically, some other family member bought him a set of Beatrix Potter books! For his first Birthday, he will get a Flopsy Bunny from me. I saw a picture of a baby cuddling up to both Peter and the Flopsy Bunny and I thought, "That's my boy!"

Indeed, on the eighth of January, it will be! XXX πŸ‡πŸ‡
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 27/Dec/19
I can see a Pussy Cat looking out of that window! A beautiful one! I love pussies! πŸ±πŸ‘
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 27/Dec/19
Can you imagine the look on my face when the geezer who came to fix the lock after a Halloween pranker who kicked the door in said, "Well you're not very tall, are you?" 😭
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 27/Dec/19
@ Nearly 180cm - Merry Christmas to you too! XXX πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸŽ„πŸŽ…β›„
Nik Ashton said on 26/Dec/19
🦍🐩!
Nik Ashton said on 25/Dec/19
🐩
🌍!
Nik Ashton said on 25/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - The β™Ύ is the infinity sign, it also looks like an 8 that has toppled over!

β™Ύ
πŸ› !
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 25/Dec/19
@ Nik - I used to get Lotus biscuits in my hairdresser's! I requested that I could take them home and have them at twelve, midnight, - when all hell breaks loose and I get my next 'batch' of calories!
Nik Ashton said on 25/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - That sounds like Jasmin when she has a Lotus biscuit!
Nearly 180cm guy said on 25/Dec/19
I wish you a Merry Christmas Rob and also other users of your website!πŸŽ„πŸŽπŸ˜‰
Nik Ashton said on 25/Dec/19
πŸ©πŸŽ„!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 25/Dec/19
"Crunchy crunch! Crunchy munchy crunchy crunch crunch...!"

That's all I can hear right now! Mind you, it's Christmas Day and my cats have every right to disturb you their short-@rse mistress!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 25/Dec/19
@ Nik - What's this? By 'this' I mean the inverted commas and the boxed couple of o's)

Thank you very much!
Nik Ashton said on 24/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - I would too! An argumentative human head on top of a giraffe’s neck is very interesting, the human head could then spit in rage whenever people decide to tell the argumentative human head to contract his/ her neck! The spitting human head could shout and scream like a banshee too!
Nik Ashton said on 24/Dec/19
πŸ¦πŸ‘Œ!
Nik Ashton said on 24/Dec/19
β™ΎπŸ‘Œ!
Nik Ashton said on 23/Dec/19
@ Vitto and all other users and Rob -

I hope everyone makes full use of Vitto’s comment from the 14/Dec/19 on must-see places in London and I hope that everyone makes full use of this comment too.

Vitto - Your list of must-see places in London is excellent, on your list are a wide range of suggestions from different parts of London. All your suggestions are excellent, it would be interesting to visit the different bridges like Millenium Bridge and the Tower Bridge! It’s great to see the unique designs and to look down on the river Thames whilst looking at landmarks from afar. The Big Ben is legendary and unique, it even has its own unique chimes! Of course the London Eye is excellent and you can see some breathtaking views from there, like Kent! Places in the West End like Covent Garden, Soho, Mayfair, Leicester Square, and Piccadilly Circus, sound excellent and they will be great places to go to visit some of the best, shops, restaurants, pubs, and cafΓ©s! Streets like Oxford Street, Regent’s Street, and Carnaby Street, will also be the CrΓ¨me de la crΓ¨me in terms of offering a good supply of top quality shops, restaurants, pubs, cafΓ©s, etc! The O2 arena sounds jolly interesting, I wonder what there is at this amazing venue. It’s good you have added London parks to your list and they offer an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, there will be greenery and wildlife in the parks and at Richmond Park there are nice big animals like deers too! For outstanding works of art and creations you can visit the breathtaking museums and galleries that you mentioned! The Royal Albert Hall theatre is a great place to visit too! Last but not least, if you want a boating holiday akin to one on the Norfolk broads you can tour the Thames and it’s tributary at Little Venice, by doing do so you can tour Greater London in relaxing fashion and at river level! You will be able to take in so many sites! You will also be able to do this by visiting the three amazing hills you mentioned, this time at a much higher level where you will be able to potter about on different parts of the hill and see some wonderful views!

All in all Vitto your amazing suggestions allow everyone to do and see things that cater for every interest that a person may have, you can see London at different levels and visit the best amenities, you will be able to visit modern leisure and sporting complexes like the O2 and the Wembley stadium as well as ones like museums which house interesting historical items from across the country and the world! All the best products and services will be made available by businesses (inc stores, restaurants, etc, of course) in the areas and streets that you mentioned! You have made suggestions which allow us to visit parks containing some nice scenery and wildlife so it’s just like you are in the country, but with skyscrapers on the horizon! There’s simply everything, there are great structures like bridges too and natural beauties like rivers and parks!

Finally I want to add another new suggestion from Vitto and this is the must-visit CafΓ© which is the Hard Rock CafΓ©, Old Park Lane, Mayfair. There is a bar and a shop near each other and you can buy some great t-shirts there, like you did Vitto!

I hope the comment from Vitto on this page from the 14/Dec/19 AND this comment make everyone aware of the most amazing must-see places in London! This is the main intention of both comments.

Thanks Vitto for coming up with your amazing list from the 14/Dec/19, all the suggestions you have made about must-see places are your own ideas and without your input I wouldn’t have been able to put this comment together. πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜‡
Nik Ashton said on 23/Dec/19
πŸ—£πŸ˜‚!
Nik Ashton said on 22/Dec/19
πŸ—£πŸ‘£!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 21/Dec/19
@ Nik - Have you given thought to a being with a human neck and an argumentative giraffe's head sitting thereon and a giraffe's neck with an angry, beastly human head atop the neck, which spits when it's shouting and screaming, not unlike Hitler? That would be of GREAT interest to Jessica Lange's Elsa Mars in AHS 'Freak Show'! I for one would pay to see such a curiosity! πŸ˜ƒ
Nik Ashton said on 21/Dec/19
πŸ’΅ ⚽️ πŸ“Œ!
Nik Ashton said on 21/Dec/19
πŸžπŸ¦πŸ¦πŸ¦πŸ¦πŸ¦πŸ¦πŸ‘£πŸ‘£πŸ‘£πŸ‘£πŸ‘£πŸ‘£!
Nik Ashton said on 21/Dec/19
🐩🐩🐩🐩🐩🐩!
Nik said on 21/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - Maybe the human has a giraffe's neck but the temper of an angry human! If the giraffe has a couple of heads then they sure would argue like ****! Let's play hangman, I'll have an H!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 20/Dec/19
@ Nik - Or maybe the giraffe has a couple of heads! Perhaps one human one and one ordinary giraffe's head. They'd argue like ****!
Nik Ashton said on 20/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - Or maybe the giraffe has a human head, an angry one! πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ€πŸŽΆπŸ“ΊπŸš—! πŸ˜€πŸ—£πŸ¦’πŸ•°!
Nik Ashton said on 20/Dec/19
πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•!
Nik Ashton said on 19/Dec/19
πŸ§¦πŸ’©!
Nik said on 19/Dec/19
🐩😷!
Nik Ashton said on 19/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - Or maybe he has an extra long neck! πŸ§ΌπŸ“¦!
Nik Ashton said on 19/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Sorted!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 19/Dec/19
@ Vitto - I have indeed received it and I'm 99% sure that Nik has too. I'll be writing to you later! XX πŸ˜πŸŽ„πŸ˜„ XX
Xeon 5'8 said on 18/Dec/19
Hey guys and Big Rob, there was a dinosaur about 18 meters tall, Sauroposeidon with taller specimens of course.
Wadlow was a microorganism for them
Editor Rob
I have never thought much about dinosaur heights, but many were huge creatures.
Vitto said on 18/Dec/19
@Sandy @Nik Thanks to you! I sent a private message to Rob with my email. If you want to let me know when you receive it, that would be great!
Nik said on 17/Dec/19
🍌🐲!
Nik Ashton said on 17/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Many thanks, I ain’t got a Tumblr but I am on email! I would be delighted if you forward your email onto Rob!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 17/Dec/19
@ Vitto and Rob - I would love for Vitto to have my email address, yes, so if you could give it to her, Rob, it would be thoroughly appreciated. πŸ˜πŸ‘
Vitto said on 17/Dec/19
@Rob Thanks Rob! That's very kind of you.
If Sandy agrees (and Nik too) I will send you the link to my blog and my email in a private message.
I don't think Sandy and Nik got a Tumblr, do you? If not, then I will send my email.
@Sandy @Nik Let me know if it's ok with you!
Editor Rob
yes just mark it private - I do not not actually see the email people use to make comments, that gets stored in the database encrypted. Of course I can see any email sent in a comment though, and will forward it to them both when you send it.
Nik Ashton said on 17/Dec/19
@ Vitto - It would be a pleasure! You can get my email from Rob or you can ask him to email me your tumblr link if that’s OK.
Nik Ashton said on 16/Dec/19
β™Ύβ™Ύβ™Ύβ™Ύβ™Ύβ™Ύ!
Nik Ashton said on 16/Dec/19
πŸ—£πŸ•°!
Vitto said on 16/Dec/19
@Sandy @Nik Would you talk to me on my blog on Tumblr if I can leave the link here? I wouldn't give my Facebook or other social networks, though, because I'd prefer to protect my privacy. If there is a way we can still contact each other let me know. Since I am not sure if I am going to write on here again but I had a great time with you guys and I don't want to leave you like that.
xx
Editor Rob
If you left a message saying don't publish private then if Sandy wanted I could email her your link or email if you want to contact each other.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 16/Dec/19
@ Vitto - I am not fiercely devoted to either Catholicism or Protestantism and have been to both types of Church. I have also been to a Methodist Church. We all worship the same God.

I don't like the foundations of the Church of England at all. I think the Catholic Church has a more thorough way of worshipping. πŸ˜πŸ‘

Have a lovely week, Vitto! πŸŽ„πŸŽ…πŸ””β›„β„οΈ
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 16/Dec/19
πŸŽ‚πŸŽ Happy Birthday Christopher! πŸŽπŸŽ‚

I'd like to wish my brother Christopher a Very Happy Birthday! XXX 😁
Nik Ashton said on 16/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - That is so funny! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Vitto said on 15/Dec/19
@Sandy One last thing, I've read on Robbie Williams's page that you are Christian. I was wondering if you are Catholic, Protestant or Anglican?
Because the Church of England is Anglican if I am not wrong? I can't be sure because I don't believe in anything at the moment. Just a curiosity of mine.

I wish you and Nik, Rob and all the people who talked kindly to me a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year again!
Vitto said on 15/Dec/19
@Sandy Thanks, Sandy. You've been too kind to me. Maybe I'll be back writing on here after the holidays. I will think about it.
@Nik I hope you will enjoy London as much as I do when you visit it. Thanks for your words, Nik. Let me know if you like the song and what you think about the list of must-see places I wrote for you.
All the best to you guys
Love, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
xx
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 15/Dec/19
Hey everybody! I have just been looking at today's Birthdays and found that a U-Tuber called ⭐ Emilia Fart ⭐ celebrates her Birthday today! Ha ha ha! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ’¨
Greg said on 14/Dec/19
@yashgrupta on the worst end your brother would reach a weak 5’11, best end 6’1. Big Lewis if you watched his videos he grew from 5’10.25 to 6’0.25 and now he’s 6’1.25 so steady growing and he’s 17 so might top off around 6’2 like his father. Though you did well to have reached 6’0 with your fathers height. you should have been 5’10-5’11ish. Your brother might be at least 5’11 I’m guessing 5’11.5 keep us posted.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 14/Dec/19
@ Nik: Re: The angry man and the giraffe.

😀
πŸ¦’

This man is very angry because he has just discovered that the giraffe he sent off for isn't made out of chocolate!🍫

He was expecting the ornament to last him and his family not only for Christmas, but for the whole of 2020!
Bobby 5ft 10in (178cm) said on 14/Dec/19
@Sandy Cowell and @Vitto

I think voting is a fickle process and is easily swayed by majority opinion. Additionally, with next to no background in current events and political theory, how can any of us say we are qualified to vote? In ancient Athenian society, men had to be well-versed in current events and politics to be able to participate in the senate, part of this was to participate in political society and the other part was that all men were eligible to run for office, well, all men of high station. If you were a nobody, I doubt you'd have been privileged with an education. This is why it befuddles me greatly today in how so many people have access to information but remain broken heartedly ignorant on many facets of life. We are more literate today than we ever have been in the past as a collective species of intelligent creatures. Too few of us take advantage of this precious gift of thought and literacy and instead opt to preside in assumed wisdom. It was said best by Socrates that a life without examination is not worth living.
Nik Ashton said on 14/Dec/19
@ Vitto - I do hope you pop in in the future, we’ve had a great time with you on this site. We can help whenever you feel low, you are a good person and you deserve the best.

I agree with everything you said about Brexit, I know exactly where you are coming from.

I hope you have a great Christmas and thanks for your song, I am going to listen in a mo!

Love and best wishes,

Nik
Vitto said on 14/Dec/19
@Nik I am going to reply to your last message. I don't visit London hills frequently because they are in the North of London while I live in the West. When I have time I usually visit Primrose Hill. But as I've already said I totally recommend the Hampstead Heath, too, which is a steeper hill. There is also a hill in London called 'Violet Hill' like the Coldplay song with the same name.
As I've already said (read my previous message) I recommend visiting the West End but not the East End. I'd recommend visiting in the West End, places like Covent Garden, Soho, Mayfair, Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus, too (where the billboards are).
Must-see places are Westminster which was predictable. There you can find the Big Ben and the London Eye. It's a breathtaking view over the Thames. Of course, I'm used to it but I'd still consider it beautiful especially during the sunset and New Year's Eve (just like Primrose Hill).
Then, I advise you to visit the Tower Bridge and the Millennium Bridge. I'd say the London Bridge too but after the terror attack, I don't think it's safe anymore. But you can see the Shard from there and the Gherkin near the Tower Bridge from a distance. I can't advise any restaurant unfortunately because I rarely eat out. I must admit I like eating Japanese food, though.
Talking about the most famous street, I suggest Oxford Street, Regent's street and Carnaby street (it seems like tourists love it). I advise visiting Kensington and Chelsea which is my favourite borough and one of the wealthiest of the city. I suggest visiting the King's Road in Chelsea and High Street Kensington in Kensington.
Regarding parks, I suggest Hyde Park, Green Park and St. James's Park. The three most famous parks of London. I also totally recommend you to visit Richmond and its streets and the Richmond park (where you can find deers too). I love Richmond!
Indeed, I can inform you that the most interesting venues are in my opinion the O2 in Greenwich and the Wembley Stadium in Wembley to see concerts or sports competitions. I also suggest the Royal Albert Hall as a theatre, located in South Kensington.
The most obvious thing to recommend would be to visit Buckingham Palace but I don't find anything exciting in it (that's my opinion, though.)
I almost forget the most important museums, of course, I suggest the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum (where I've seen back then the David Bowie Is exhibition and all his costumes and things). I also recommend the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square (you should totally visit the square). Last but not least, I'd really like to suggest visiting little Venice (its river is a tributary of the River Thames).
I think that's all, sorry but I think that after all these recommendations you will need a month to visit London and I am sure there is more to see but these are my favourite places and some of them are the most visited from tourists, too. But we are no tourists.

@Sandy If you lived there, do you know where is that street in the East End where is full of graffiti is it Brick Lane if I am not wrong?

Have a great weekend you guys!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 14/Dec/19
@ Vitto - What a beautiful song by Skylar Grey. I added to its 443K 'likes'.

Please be back with us soon. You have added a great deal of warmth to our lives. We are always there when you need us. πŸ˜˜πŸ€—

Lots of Love,
Merry Christmas Honey,
Sandy XXX πŸ˜πŸ’πŸŽ„πŸŽ…β›„
Nik Ashton said on 13/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Oh I do, I also like the idea of visiting Primrose Hill’s sibling Hampstead Heath, many thanks for that! Do you visit London hills frequently and which ones do you visit most? I also like the idea of a hill being called Strawberry Hill or Cheesecake Hill!

The thought of settlements being built on a hill or near a hill is a very appealing one, I also think it’s great for a settlement to have a river flowing through it and I would like canals to be built to flow through settlements without a river or a canal!

If you could compile a list of must-see places in London it would be very much appreciated, I am sure you know where all the most interesting venues are!

Have a great weekend,

Nik
Vitto said on 13/Dec/19
One last thing, I wanted to leave something here, something like a song. I travel quite a lot and when I am away from home I listen to this
Click Here
and I get emotional.
I recommend you to listen to it. I published this to show you how much I care for this country. That's all.
Love and best wishes to you
xx
Vitto said on 13/Dec/19
@Sandy @Nik Thanks Nik for having done the right thing.
But I think you've seen the results. I am distraught. I don't have anything to say, it's useless. It's incredible how people can be so easily manipulated by a bunch of idiots. I don't want to argue with someone who wants me to believe that Brexit is the right thing, Brexit has NEVER been the right thing and never will be. I think I am going to leave (at least for a while), I am going through a very difficult moment in my life and I must admit I am suffering a lot especially emotionally and psychologically. I don't have anything else to say.

All the best to you guys and I wish you a merry Christmas in advance. (even though I don't believe in anything)
I had a great time with you on this site.
xx
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 13/Dec/19
@ Vitto - The result is 😝! But if you don't vote, you can't complain. As if it's going to make any difference, but we do it anyway! Once upon a time, only a select few could vote....
Nik Ashton said on 12/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Many thanks! I have already done the right thing! πŸ€πŸ—³!

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Miss Sandy Cowell said on 12/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Hi Vitto! The David Bowie doll is actually of a girl fan dressed up as David. I have also seen one on sale of David as a figurine from his film 'Labyrinth'. I am going to wait for her to go down in price, because it's inevitable that she will.

I lived for three years in the East End of London and you're right about it being rather dangerous. I never went out after dark unaccompanied. When I left the area and was able to go out when it was dusky, it felt absolutely great and it was like I had a new lease of life. Then a few years later, I was attacked in broad daylight on a deserted lunchtime train. In many ways, I feel safer, say, posting a letter in the early morning than I do when it's busy. I have a very unpleasant neighbour who has given me trouble over my cats, threatening them. Two were killed in quick succession of each other. It crushed me. On my Birthday last year, my boyfriend told him where to go. He is much taller than my boyfriend, but my Jim showed no fear and the coward just walked away. When you've been a Sergeant in the Army, as my boyfriend has, you can sniff out bullies. That's all he is, after all.

I have five cats on my bed right now. Their colours are two black ones, a white one, a ginger one and a tabby and white one. Now I have been joined by another tabby and white one, the tiny, 'fun-sized' Manelia!

I wish you a great weekend, Vitto. I'm going to put up some more Christmas decorations on Saturday and make the place look full of Seasonal sparkle - magical! πŸŽ„πŸ•―οΈπŸŽ…β›„πŸŽ

Love and Best Wishes,

Sandy πŸ˜˜πŸ’ XXX
Nik Ashton said on 12/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Have a great day!
Vitto said on 12/Dec/19
@Sandy @Nik Happy election day guys! I know you will do the right thing.
Yashgupta said on 10/Dec/19
Rob my younger brother is 179cm and I am 183cm father is 177-178cm and mother is 160cm what you think how tall he can grow, currently 16yrs old and also doing swimming🏊 consecutively for 2yrs
Editor Rob
A chance for him to reach your height too.
Vitto said on 10/Dec/19
@Nik I am glad you like the idea of visiting Primrose Hill. I also recommend visiting Hampstead Heath, you can take the overground and stop at the station with the same name. It's another great hill (and park) and from up there you can see London, its landscapes and skyline.

If you would like to know other exciting places to visit when you are in London, you can ask me! I can do a list of must-see places if you are interested. I wouldn't mind. The only place in London where I never go (like 2 times in a year) it's the East End. I must admit I prefer the wealthiest areas of London. I think the East End it's a quite dangerous area (No offence). I wouldn't recommend it, though. I'd recommend visiting the West End, though, places like Covent Garden, Soho, Mayfair and Leicester Square and other famous streets like Oxford Street and Regent's Street.
Vitto said on 10/Dec/19
@Nik I am not sure if Trump mop is homegrown but I can assure you it's not natural like Boris. He used to have dark blond hair when he was younger, check him out on Google! I think if you write young Trump you should find some pictures. Moreover, I think you guys know that Boris is not even British-English, he was born in NYC in the US, and he tells EU citizens to 'come back home'. I think he should be the first to come back home. He is American in my honest opinion.
Vitto said on 10/Dec/19
@Sandy I wish I could get a David Bowie doll as well! Why did you call the doll 'her'? Is it a female David doll, not a male one?
By the way, I think your collection must be great, I used to collect a lot of thing like vinyl but had to give some of them away, unfortunately.

It would be interesting to know the minimum height requirement to join the SS. Just out of curiosity, I'd like to know if according to their standards, my height would have been enough. (That doesn't mean I would have joined them, though, just to be clear.)

Did you know about the Lebensborn? That was a Nazi breeding program where Germans considered 'Aryans' were used to breed the 'Master Race'. The requirements used to be tall, blond and blue-eyed. Both for men and for women. I remember I've read that for men the minimum height, in this case, was 6'0 at least at the end of the war.
So, German SS soldiers and German or Norwegian women had to give birth to what was considered to be the 'Master Race' with the goal of raising the birth rate of Aryan children of persons classified as 'racially pure' and 'healthy' based on Nazi ideology.

One of the most famous people born this way is Frida from ABBA. She is a Lebensborn child.

I don't know if your Mum ever told you about this. But I think you should know.

Have a good week Sandy!
xx
Nik said on 9/Dec/19
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Nik Ashton said on 9/Dec/19
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Nik Ashton said on 9/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - Mop is such a funny word, you ought to see the mops that are owned by some sportsmen and a lot of women seem to have purple mops nowadays too!

You will have been familiar with some great hairstyles when you were a kid, I like to see people with hairstyles which make them look like beefeaters! It’s great to see people with stacks and stacks of hair!

I have been known to run around a lot in the nuddy (autocorrect tried to change it to muddy!) when I was a lad!
Yashgupta said on 8/Dec/19
Rob my younger brother is 179cm and I am 183cm father is 177-178cm and mother is 160cm what you think how tall he can grow, currently 16yrs old and also doing swimming🏊 consecutively for 2yrs
Nik Ashton said on 8/Dec/19
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Nik said on 7/Dec/19
@ Vitto - When I do visit Primrose Hill I will remember to bring my phone and/or a camera with me! You are right that visiting Primrose Hill should 🐝 on everyones "to-do list", it's on mine and it's a good idea for people to visit it when they are in London and it's also a good idea for people to only visit Primrose Hill when they are in London!

There are so many other exciting places for people to go when they are in London! I know that you know this!

Have a good week Vitto!
Nik Ashton said on 7/Dec/19
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Miss Sandy Cowell said on 7/Dec/19
⭐ The correct term for the Beatles was 'The Mop Tops'. Their hair was unconventionally long for the time, but was to get longer and longer, as did the hair of all rock and rollers of the 60s and 70s.

The psychology behind as to why girls fall for blokes with long hair is because it is softer and less threatening. I've never been a fan of the skinhead style or very short hair and I do understand this, liking long hair on guys myself.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 6/Dec/19
@ Nik - Mop was a term used to describe the hairstyle worn by the Beatles. I remember when I was still little enough to run around in the garden in the nuddy, and giving the Beatles pictures from my Rice Krispies packets to the teenagers in the adjacent road, who watched me playing in the garden from the alley way! It was around '63-'64.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 6/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Of course, positions of power went to the intellectual in the SS as well. My Mum is no longer around for me to ask whether there was a minimum height requirement to join. It's not impossible that my Dad might know. I can always ask him!
Nik Ashton said on 6/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Don Trump has a mop too, I wonder if his mop is homegrown! The answer is probably! They both have interesting mops and I love the word mop!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 6/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Love the picture of Amanda! I, too, appreciate female beauty, and collect beautiful (mainly) female dolls. This year, they introduced a David Bowie one. I haven't got her yet, but I do have the Andy Warhol doll. I also have dolls like Liv, Viggo Mortensen, Cate Blanchet, Kate Winslet, Deborah Harry, Christina Ricci and doubtless many more which I can't think of at the moment!
😁 XXX
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 6/Dec/19
@ Vitto - I'm interested in history of all types. In fact, I have a great passion for it. It's everywhere! I will check out your recommendation - thanks for that!

My Dad is English, yes, and went to Germany because he couldn't get over the death of his eldest brother. It's there he met my Mum. My Grandmother loved him. He had, and still does, have impeccable manners.

My German Grandmother was brilliant at the cards, telling my Mum her entire future before she left Germany. She used to hold seances and my Mum witnessed the creepy goings-on when she was about 8 and hid behind a chair! My Mum also did the cards. I can if I want to but I choose to leave it alone.

Cheers Vitto! πŸ˜‰πŸ‘ XXX
Nik said on 5/Dec/19
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Vitto said on 5/Dec/19
@Sandy I've read on Tom Hanks page that you were interested in the Italian Renaissance and if you still are, I advise you to watch 'Medici' especially season 2 titled 'Medici - The Magnificent'. The show is about the Medici family and the Renaissance in Florence. I am looking forward to watching season 3 coming out on Netflix in 2020. Rob just added to the site Synnove Karlsen who starred in it with Daniel Sharman.
This show is great, I think you might like it. I recommend it to everyone.
xx
Vitto said on 5/Dec/19
@Sandy Interesting story about your family's eye colour. Can I ask if your Dad is British?

I knew that a great part of the SS had to be tall but for example did you know that General Rommel was 5'6 (according to Google)? I guess he wasn't in the SS, though. He would be classified as short by today's standards.
Did you know which was the minimum height to join the SS?

My hair also would go blond with just one bleaching. It came out an ashy colour after I dyed it with a professional blonde hair dye.
Fairer than Boris's hair or less yellow. Like Amanda Seyfried in this picture Click Here
Doesn't she look like Gemma Ward? Maybe you can see the resemblance in other pictures.

Have a lovely weekend too, Sandy!
xx
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 5/Dec/19
Oh Vitto - everyone who held a senior position in the SS was tall. My Mum told me. It was a case of preferential treatment. She was forced to work there.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 5/Dec/19
@ Vitto - It's a falicy that Germans are blue-eyed and fair of hair. My Mum was a brunette. She said it was a load of rubbish and showed me a picture of the girls in her class. There were as many brown-haired girls as there were blondes but none were very dark. They had the sort of colour that would go blonde with just one bleaching, including my Mum, who had fair eyebrows at the time. They went dark as she got older as did her hair. My Mum had brown eyes and so does my Dad.

Hitler used to receive so many compliments about his blue eyes that I think it went to his head and he thought blue was best. I like anything vivid, be it very blue, very seaweed green, golden-brown or almost black. The pale eyes with darker rings round the irises I find most attractive.

My own hair is light blonde. I get it done at the hairdresser's. I wouldn't do it myself again because I made a hash of it when I did and had to have it cut short, which I hated.

Finally, I thought you'd like to hear the following: my Mum grew up in a family who had the following eye colours. She had brown ones, after her Dad, who died when she was 4, her sister had forget-me-not pale blue eyes, her brother dark blue and her Mum had green cat-like eyes!

Have a lovely up-and-coming weekend, Vitto!

Sandy Xβ˜€οΈX πŸ‘±β€β™€οΈπŸ‘©
Nik Ashton said on 5/Dec/19
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Vitto said on 5/Dec/19
@Sandy @Nik I've once asked someone 'Does Boris wear a wig?' and they replied 'Nope. I do believe that mop of his is homegrown'
Vitto said on 5/Dec/19
@Sandy I am as blond as Boris. But I must admit it's dyed. I am actually natural dark blond. I dye it at home with someone's help. I am very expert about hair colours. I don't think natural blond people as light as Boris are easy to find or at least you will find them only in Scandinavia or in nordic countries. I rarely see them in the UK.
Can you tell me if Germans (especially in the past or during WWII) were tall, blond and with blue eyes or is it a misconception and this is how the Nazis wanted them to be? Can I ask if your Mum was light blonde? What about you?
Have a great day, Sandy!
xx
Nik Ashton said on 5/Dec/19
@ Vitto - What you have said is so correct, I didn’t hear about the terrible events in The Hague in Holland on the same day as the terror attack in London. Everybody should stick together and offer solidarity and help to each other in every possible way, also everyone in the world should try to be united in the face of what is happening in the modern world.
It is so terrible that both these attacks occurred and it is equally terrible that all the previous terror attacks have occurred.
I know that your message on this page from the 29/Nov/19 will help everyone stick together and move forward in the best possible way, I hope as many people as possible read it and that it offers the inspiration for people to stick together and move forward in the best possible way. Your message deserves this.

Cheers Vitto!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 5/Dec/19
⭐ Make that Scott SPEEDMAN!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 5/Dec/19
@ Vitto - I was telling you about what my Mum said about her fellow Germans, though I did see an example of the πŸ’© they laughed at as a 10-year-old!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 5/Dec/19
@ Vitto - I see what you mean with the picture of Gemma Ward! Ironically, she played 'Dollface' in the Liv Tyler/Scott Soeedman film 'The Strangers'. I saw it at the pictures and was really scared when I walked home that night...🌌

I can't say I have a favourite female model, but I do like Lily Cole. She's university educated and has an interest in conservation. She's also a nifty little actress! Have a great day, Vitto! πŸ˜πŸ‘ XX
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 5/Dec/19
@ Vitto - Yes, it certainly is natural. (Boris Johnson's hair colour). Check out his eyebrows!
Vitto said on 4/Dec/19
@Nik I remember the conversation you are talking about. I will watch them. I saw you published them on Jonh's page, too.

Just want to let you know that I think that your intentions are noble.
Vitto said on 4/Dec/19
I just wanted to say that while I was trying to campaign against Boris and his mop of blond hair on social media, I've misread
Boris is legally bound as
Boris is legally BLOND
LOL
Nik Ashton said on 4/Dec/19
@ Vitto - You are very welcome! I give my thanks to Sandy for sending them through to me by text. After seeing a conversation between you and Sandy on Height Request I decided to send them to celebheights so you could watch them!

In terms of Brexit I will say this, I just want the right thing to be done so I want the decision made to be the decision which benefits the most number of people in the most important ways.

The thing I want more than anything else in the future is a world where as many people as possible have enough food, water, shelter, and satisfactory health care. πŸ‘Œ
Vitto said on 4/Dec/19
@Sandy I agree with you. I think we should have a second referendum.

I also agree with the fact that the British have a much better sense of humour compared to other European or non-European people. I guess you were talking specifically about the Germans, though?

Have a great day, too!
xx
Vitto said on 4/Dec/19
I think it's clear that the only thing I like about Boris is his hair colour.

@Sandy @Nik Do you guys know if his hair is natural?
Vitto said on 4/Dec/19
@Nik Thanks again for liking my message about what happened in London the other night. I would also urge everyone to read it and I'd want to say that it could have happened somewhere else and it did (have you heard the news about what happened to The Hague in Holland the same day of the terror attack in London?). I think we (Europeans) should stick together against terrorism in Europe.

Cheers Nik!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 4/Dec/19
@ Vitto - I'm not at all keen on the idea of being separated from Europe, and if my Mum was still alive, neither would she be. I believe in solidarity and both my brother and I think we should have the opportunity to re-vote, now that we have a fuller picture of what's actually at stake.

My Mum, to be quite honest, preferred the British. She said they have a much better sense of humour. When I think back to what my grown up German cousins (5 brothers) laughed at on the TV when I was only 10, it makes me cringe. It did even back then!

Have a great day, Vitto!

Sandy XXX πŸ˜πŸ‘
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 4/Dec/19
@ Nik - Well, I'm afraid I'm not that merciful, for it is indeed a fate I'd wish on a few, and I think they'd be getting away lightly!

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Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 3/Dec/19
@Bobby
You have that a lot in the US too. They're nicknamed 5 Dollar Indians. The term originated in the late 1800's when people with Native American ancestry (especially Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctow, Creek, and Seminole) were eligible for 5 dollars worth of land from the government, so many people without any Native ancestry took advantage by pretending to be Native just to receive the benefits. It's harder to get away with it nowadays though, because of DNA tests. I see a lot of people even today claiming part Native (with Cherokee being the most popular), yet they look like a typical white or black person, lol.
Vitto said on 3/Dec/19
@Sandy Talking about something else aside from Brexit. I was wondering which is your favourite female model?
A favourite of mine is model Gemma Ward she has a doll-face and I think she is so beautiful. I like almost all the 'Doll-Face' models from the '00, like Gemma, Jessica Stam, Coco Rocha, Vlada Roslaykova, Sasha Pivovarova, Caroline Trentini and Lily Cole.
Here is a picture of Gemma
Click Here

Cheers Sandy!
xx
Vitto said on 3/Dec/19
@Bobby Actually, I am as white as a Scandinavian person (or the walls of my bedroom or the milk as you'd prefer to say) not brown or olive-toned. I am British and I am of European heritage (I mean from other countries in Europe not only from the UK) but I am not Greek like you. Moreover, I took a DNA test and it turns out to be 100% European. Believe it or not, I don't have to prove anything to anyone. No, I don't get special favours from the government but I work my *** off if I want something. I can't speak for other people, though.

That said, I could give you a million reasons why the UK is better off in the EU. I campaigned against Brexit in 2016 and I still have a leaflet, so these are facts.
First, the UK is stronger in the EU because the trade with the EU creates 3 million jobs in the UK.
Second, the UK is safer in the EU because we can tackle crime and terrorism by sharing intelligence. (Don't forget the terror attack happened some days ago).
Third, the UK is better off in the EU because the benefits of the EU are equivalent to Β£3,000 a year per household.
(Talking from an economic point of view, I'd like to add that we all would be less rich leaving the EU but that was evident).

Moreover, I'd like to add that London has received Β£1.9 billion in European funding and if we leave we must pay the EU a Β£39 billion divorce bill even though the Prime Minister would like us to believe otherwise in case of a no-deal Brexit which would be a disaster for the country (just like his dodgy deal).

You said you are Greek, do you know at least what you are talking about? Have you ever lived in London or in the UK? I have, for a lifetime.
And this is not the most commonly politically correct opinion as you said. But you have to respect other people's opinions. I gave you facts so this is not simply my opinion. I know that people are easily offended nowadays that's why I initially said I didn't want to talk about it.
I was replying to Christian, I should have replied simply no but you got me involved in the argument.
Vitto said on 3/Dec/19
@Nik Thanks. I will watch these interviews when I have time.
Out of curiosity, Nik, you are British too, do you support Brexit?
Nik Ashton said on 3/Dec/19
@ Vitto - You are very welcome, your message was a very thoughtful one and it couldn’t have been put better. People would benefit so much from reading your message on the 29/Nov/19, I would urge everyone to do so.

Cheers Vitto!
Nik Ashton said on 3/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - What about shouting at yourself or shouting to your self?

The shouter was shouting at his hat, he may be taking it out on his poor hat because he has had a bad day! Alternatively he may have lost it! The shouter is as mad as a hatter!
Vitto said on 3/Dec/19
@Sandy I am glad you replied like that if I didn't misunderstand. I've just read your reply, I haven't seen it before. That's a sign of mental maturity like someone who understands how bad is Brexit for the country. Moreover, if you have European heritage on your Mum's side as you told me, your reply is more than reasonable.

European citizens are not the problem here like someone would like us to believe. They want to end freedom of movement for UK citizens to Europe and EU citizens to the UK. We should be able to move freely within the European Union and to enter in any EU Member State using a passport or an ID card and to reside in it, too, without a visa. It's not like we are travelling to the U.S. or to other countries in the world.
This is only one of the problems caused by Brexit.
Yashgupta said on 3/Dec/19
Rob at worst I am 180.8 and out of bed I am 182.3 what possibly my height could be btw I am from india, father is around 177-178cm and mother is 160cm can I grow few more cm currently I am going to be 19 and I was taller than my father when I was just 12 . I have even done swimming consecutively for 2years I want to be at least 188cm
Editor Rob
Any further growth I'd say would be a bonus at your age! It would be possible 183-4, but optimistic to say 188 is possible.
Nik Ashton said on 3/Dec/19
@ Sandy Cowell - I don’t know many people who shout at their socks either, it would be so amusing to see someone do this! I do know that throughout time plenty of people will have been tempted to stuff a sock in someone’s mouth (gob, trap, cake β€˜ole, etc!), quite often the temptation must be there for people to do this to individuals who are shouting!

I feel for that poor dog, I can imagine that smelly socks would smell more sickly to us humans than to dogs but if they smell badly enough then they would be enough to make any living being sick. The man should have got off his **** and got those repulsive socks himself! Hey, the dog could have barked at those evil socks, barked β€˜em out of town!

Now a smelly sock (I like the term β€œsmelly sock(s)”) being stuffed in a (a shouter or otherwise) mouth is a fate I wouldn’t wish on anyone, but there are exceptions! Thankfully I don’t know any of the exceptions!
Nik Ashton said on 2/Dec/19
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Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 2/Dec/19
@Vitto
Very rarely do I discuss anything poiltical here too, but I was just wondering because Brexit was brought up in the discussion. I'm from the US btw, or more specifically, California.

@Bobby
Interesting point, I guess you and Vitto have opposing views. Personally, I really don't know or care about it, since I'm not from or living in UK. (no offense)
Nik Ashton said on 2/Dec/19
@ Vitto & all other users & Rob - Look at zeez:

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Vitto said on 2/Dec/19
I didn't want to go into details but I will.
I stated only the humanitarian point of view aside from my last sentence but I will explain it from a political point of view.
I said that the Tories (the Conservative party) lied to people about Brexit, especially about our NHS (our healthcare). They said they would give our NHS the money that they used to give to the EU. That's a lie they used in 2016 to make people vote for Brexit.
No money will be used to fund our NHS.
Moreover, the Tories want to sell off NHS in U.S trade talks with the President of the U.S. It simply means that in the UK there will be sky-high prices for healthcare just like in the U.S.
I have more reasons why Brexit is bad for the UK, but I don't want to argue with anyone and I have to go now.
Maybe I'll write more in the next days.
Bobby 5ft 10in (178cm) said on 2/Dec/19
@Vitto

The U.K is becoming pretty resemblant to the U.S though. Most people who may claim English ancestry have the skin colour to match a Middle Eastern, are they then considered of European heritage? No, they're not, but people will claim any ancestral origin if it means they get special favours from the government. There was the case of one woman who had maybe 1% Cherokee ancestry, who claimed that she had that background just to get said special favours from the government. Now, given that most of the world is diversified today, it is quite challenging to proclaim you are of pure, so and so, background without performing some sort of DNA test. I myself have no problem discussing politics or anything of that nature because my opinions exist outside of most commonly politically correct opinions, but I'm the one who has to keep silent because people are easily offended nowadays. I am for Brexit, and I explained my reasons why under my response to Christian, I believe that countries should be able to stand on their own and economically sustain themselves, but that doesn't mean I don't believe in trade relations or political relationships. I just don't think that countries should be sharing their wealth so intimately because there are ways of that backfiring, as in the case of Greece's economic crisis, which is continuing to this day. Yes, of course, as a Greek male, I too identify with European heritage, but I don't necessarily believe in a united Europe to the effect that economics become intermingled. I think that spells disaster. I think an alliance should remain at the political level, not at the economic level.
Nik Ashton said on 2/Dec/19
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Nik Ashton said on 1/Dec/19
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Nik Ashton said on 1/Dec/19
@ Cedric 172 cm - Probably 170.8 cm!
Bobby 5ft 10in (178cm) said on 1/Dec/19
@Christian

I just looked it up myself, and Brexit is essentially the withdrawal of the UK from the EU. Personally, I think that's a good idea... I think countries need to be able to stand on their own. The problem with a sociopolitical alliance like the EU is that when one country suffers an economic catastrophe, it is felt throughout all of its members. The huge economic crisis afflicting Greece is one example of this, but it's more so a condition of laziness than an inherent flaw of the alliance, but still, insofar as economic currencies go, I think each country should be able to sustain itself without the interference of other countries. Now certainly things like trade and political relations are necessary, but if a country can't generate its own income, then it's in trouble.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 1/Dec/19
@ Nik - They say talking to yourself is the first sign of madness. I'd say that shouting at hats is the second!

(Re: πŸ—£οΈπŸŽ©).
Nik Ashton said on 1/Dec/19
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Vitto said on 1/Dec/19
@Christian I'd prefer not to discuss British politics and politics in general because people have different opinions and get upset. I thought it was clear from the message I wrote earlier, but you are free to ask. Since you asked, I'm against Brexit because I have European heritage (I am white) and I believe in a united Europe and solidarity among Europeans. I consider British people to be Europeans too, even though some of them don't consider themselves as such. I hope this answers your question, just don't want to go too much into details. One last thing, I think that the Tories lied to people about Brexit, especially about the NHS.
Can I ask where are you from?
Vitto said on 1/Dec/19
@Sandy and Nik - Thank you. That's very kind of you to say so and reply to my message about what happened in London the other night.
I hope as well that as many people as possible can read my message.
All the best to you guys
xx
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 1/Dec/19
@ Christian - In a word, NO!
Nik Ashton said on 1/Dec/19
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Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 30/Nov/19
@Vitto and Sandy
I'm wondering, do you guys support Brexit? I'm not British or all that familiar when it comes to British politics, so I can't answer it myself.
Nik Ashton said on 30/Nov/19
@ Vitto - Everything you have said has been put very well, this reflects that you are a nice person but we know that anyway. I hope as many people as possible read your message.

All the best,

Nik
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 30/Nov/19
@ Vitto - I only heard about the terror attack on London Bridge last night via a text from my boyfriend. It had a direct effect on his work with the homeless.

As I said before, you are a very thoughtful person.

All the best to you honey,

Sandy XX
Vitto said on 29/Nov/19
I am so sorry to hear the news about a terror attack on London Bridge in London. A thought goes to all the victims and their families. We all should appreciate the heroism of the passersby and the immediate intervention of police officers. Hoping that things like that won't happen anymore and hoping that Europe and Europeans will be more united than ever, despite Brexit.

Wherever I will go, London, my city, will always be in my heart.
xx
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 29/Nov/19
@Cedric
I think it's a problem mostly when the woman is taller than you. But I don't believe that there are a lot of disadvantages of being 5'8" over 6'2", if you're with a much shorter woman like 5'0", unless if she's into tall men.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 29/Nov/19
@ Cedric 172cm - Hi! Yes, I am indeed a woman, and I think it's easier on a woman if she's short than it is on a man. Ironically, the guys I've known who WERE under 5ft7 or so, have had an excellent sense of humour, you know - the sort that produces a laugh a minute and is clearly original, unrepetitive and unrehearsed. Any woman would prefer to keep the company of a short, funny guy to that of a boring tall one.

Enjoy your weekend, Cedric! πŸ˜‰πŸ‘ XX
Nik Ashton said on 29/Nov/19
πŸ—£βœŒοΈ!
Vitto said on 29/Nov/19
@Nik Have a good week too!
You are right about Primrose Hill the view up there is amazing! It should be on everyone's 'to-do list'! I advise you to visit it when you're in London.

Cheers Nik!
Nik Ashton said on 28/Nov/19
@ Cedric 172 cm - roughly 171 cm!

Have a good week!
Nik Ashton said on 28/Nov/19
@ Vitto - Hope you have a good week!
Nik Ashton said on 28/Nov/19
🚽-T-πŸ”› ⚽️ 🏦 ⚽️⚽️!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 28/Nov/19
@ Cedric - Funny you should be so precise about the 6 hours, because exactly 6 and a quarter hours after getting out of bed, I measure 5ft1! I wouldn't be able to give you any other readings, but I'd love to know my fresh out of bed height and my last thing at night height. Cheers Cedric! XX πŸ˜πŸ‘
Nik Ashton said on 28/Nov/19
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Miss Sandy Cowell said on 26/Nov/19
@ Bobby - I have never felt human organs, but before being treated, I imagine that they would be rather slimy. I'll have to ask my Dad, but I phoned him on Saturday and he wasn't very well and had taken to his bed. I, too, have been suffering from a temperature, but mine is more down to a virus than the 'flu. I'd have thought he'd have had a 'flu injection. He's probably got a bad cold. I don't know what I have. My boyfriend wants me to go to the doctor's but that's a major effort in itself, mentally and physically. At times, I haven't been able to read straight, so I'd be buggered if I couldn't touch type!

Have you seen the David Cronenberg film 'A Dangerous Method', about Sigmund Freud and starring Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen and Keira Knightley? It was a change in direction for Cronenberg (2012) and is well worth a watch, but I doubt it'll teach you anything about Freud that you don't already know.

I've learnt a lot in the way I think anyway, from the Colin Dexter-created character Inspector Morse. I have the entire series on DVD, and as well as teaching you a great deal about human nature, it is very comical too in a 'read between the lines' sort of way. Morse has forever got his head in books, and his wealth of knowledge and education helps him solve murder after murder. He is also an atheist. It's from his mouth that I first heard the words that everyone is capable of killing. That is from an episode in which the killer turns out to be his first and only true love. His ever-faithful Sergeant Lewis hides the truth from him at the end when his love commits suicide.

They have a follow-up series called Lewis, in which you see how much spending time with such an intelligent man has rubbed off on the then-young Lewis.

I do believe that most human beings are good though. I am watching the Celebrity Jungle at the moment, which contains an assortment of celebrities who are gathered together in an Australian jungle on minimum rations. You get to see the good in all of them. I don't think they even have a flushing toilet, and last night, half the camp had a roast dinner. Their stomachs weren't used to it, and this morning, their 'dungy' is rotten!

I will reply to you more fully when I feel 100% again.

All the very best to you, and I wish you derive a great deal of pleasure from your studies. When I finally said goodbye to the school gates, at 18-and-a-half, I thought "That's IT! NO MORE STUDYING!" (I because quite ill at one stage and my hair was falling out, due to the pressure of exams).

Now I learn because I enjoy it and can do everything at my own pace, which isn't exactly a slow one...

Have a great week, Bobby!

Sandy XXX πŸ˜πŸ‘
Vitto said on 26/Nov/19
@Cedric As I've already told you, I don't have it either.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 24/Nov/19
@ Cedric - Neither do I, but I can investigate! I do have a SMART phone, after all..... 😜

Cheers mate!
Bobby 5'10 (1.78m) said on 22/Nov/19
@Cedric

I don't have WhatsApp.
Nik Ashton said on 21/Nov/19
@ Vitto - This YouTube song is amazing, many thanks!

Seeing London lit up and all the fireworks at the turn of the new Millennium would have been so special! Rob and my good self were 23 back then and we’re still pretty young! The sights will be special when the new decade is let in in the capital in just over a month! I am determined to visit Primrose Hill one day, this should be on everyones β€œto do list”!

Cheers Vitto!
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 21/Nov/19
@ Vitto - I have an Andy Warhol (female) doll, complete with a Campbell's tomato soup T-Shirt. She has a very pale complexion and light blonde hair, just like Andy. The box is decorated with pictures of the man himself.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 20/Nov/19
@ Vitto - On, I LOVE that Kate Bush video, and I'm sure you'll love the 'Cloudbusting' one, with Donald Sutherland. Isn't it amazing that Kate gets really big film stars wanting to partake in her videos? Stephen Fry was on her track '50 Words for Snow'. He found it an honour to be asked!

Cheers Vitto! πŸ˜πŸ‘Œ XX

You'd never guess what I just found while looking for David Bowie pictures on Amazon? I came across a David Bowie throw, with a collage of his pictures on it! What a lovely way of keeping warm this Winter; I'm definitely going to treat myself to one! 🀩
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 20/Nov/19
@ Nik - I don't know of many people who shout at their socks, but I know a dog who was sick when he carried his owner's socks into the bedroom for him! I bet he'd have LOVED to shout at the offensive articles!

πŸ•πŸ§¦....Him:-πŸ›Œ Us, the onlookers:-😟😬😲😷😑..."That poor animal!"

Cheers Nik and Alverna! XX πŸ˜πŸ‘ XX πŸ’
Nik Ashton said on 20/Nov/19
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NikAshton said on 20/Nov/19
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Vitto said on 19/Nov/19
@Sandy I am glad you liked that video by Kate Bush. That one is the official one for Running Up that Hill and if I remember right it is from the 1985.
I will check 'Cloudbusting' out, I am not sure if I've seen the video yet.
Cheers Sandy!
xx
Vitto said on 19/Nov/19
@Nik you should watch this if you like the song. This is ''City of Blinding Lights'' live by U2. This performance is awesome! Click Here
Yes, Primrose Hill view is fantastic! I've been once there at night on New Year's Eve and it was all lit up and I've seen the fireworks from a distance, it was totally amazing! When and if you can, you should visit it!
Cheers Nik!
Nik Ashton said on 19/Nov/19
@ Vitto - That is very interesting, I will listen to U2's "City of Blinding Lights" to see what I think of it!

I bet that when you go up Primrose Hill you will get an amazing view over the city and beyond, it will be fantastic to see London at night when it is lit up! When you go further and further up Primrose Hill more and more London landmarks will come into view, you won't get this on the way down but at least the journey will be easier and less stressful! Primrose Hill is only a few miles from the city, I imagined that it was much further away!

Cheers Vitto!

Nik
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 18/Nov/19
@Bobby
I don't know if the reason why many 40+ actors lacked higher education was because they wanted to escape the "academic disciplinary system", but I know that a major reason was because higher education was held at a higher standard than it is today. Back then, colleges and other institutions of higher education were primarily designed for the smarter kids. So maybe that explains why most actors back then skipped higher education and pursued their acting careers, as they probably felt that spending 4 years for a college degree was a waste of time, when they could go straight into the show business. Even today, the actors and other celebrities who attended prestigious schools like Stanford, Harvard, or Yale, only did it after they became rich and famous. Very rarely do you see celebs attend prestigious schools like those, before they enter the limelight.
Nik Ashton said on 18/Nov/19
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Miss Sandy Cowell said on 18/Nov/19
@ Vitto - I just saw the video and I HADN'T EVEN SEEN IT BEFORE! I think I'd have remembered all those clones of the male ballerina walking on at the end, with all different heights and hairstyles, not forgetting all the many Kates! (Any going spare? πŸ˜„)

I have a fair old collection of Kate's videos, including the one she made with Donald Sutherland to her track 'Cloudbusting'. If you haven't done so already, check it out! πŸ˜‰πŸ‘

Cheers Vitto - that was most excellent! XXX πŸ˜‹πŸ’
Vitto said on 18/Nov/19
@Nik I agree.The argument about average height doesn't get anywhere. Thanks for telling me this about my height. I also want to talk about other things on Sookie's Den. As I told someone, if you want to talk about height, it's that simple, go to General Height.
Cheers!
Vitto said on 18/Nov/19
@Cedric I thought about it, the group on whatsapp. I am not sure about it because 1 I don't know you and didn't talk to you like with other people. (no offence) 2. I don't have whatsapp ATM .
You should ask other people, though. Maybe they agree.
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 17/Nov/19
@ Vitto - Actually, my Dad had an Adele CD and I quite enjoyed listening to her, yes. She has a good voice.

Pink Floyd's album The Wall isn't about the Berlin Wall at all. It is about one man's descent into madness and the wall he builds around himself for (supposed) protection. Check out the film of The Wall. It's about a man, named Pink Floyd, who is played by Bob Geldof. I saw it three times in a week at the cinema with my mates when it first came out. I have it on DVD. The song Comfortably Numb reminds me of the day my boyfriend died in 1992, February the First. I played that album frequently to help cope with his demise. My late friend Bert was there for me and we began, or rather continued, a great friendship. I'd already known him for 9 and-a-half years.

Have a great week, Vitto! XXX πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ“€
Bobby 5ft 10in (178cm) said on 17/Nov/19
@Sandy Cowell

Yeah, that was the expectation when war was prevalent in society. Naturally of course, if you were a Jehovah's Witness in WW2, you were either executed or imprisoned for refusing to participate in the battle either directly or indirectly. The whole preface here is that Jesus Christ abstained from conflict, so as good Christians, we should too, right? I disagree. If it's my life, I will fight, no questions asked. I think most people would agree with that. No one lays down and just desires their end, humans are stronger willed than that. So, anyway, it's cool that your dad was in the Navy, although being in a submarine must have felt cramped. If anybody was at least 183cm or taller, they'd have had a difficult time navigating the cramped corridors and low ceilings.

I have felt human organs before, this is when they have been cleaned and sterilized by medical professionals. They feel very rubber-like, almost leathery. I was expecting to be repulsed by the concept of holding someone's innards in my hands, but all I could think was how weird it felt. I thought it would be slimy.

Yeah, it sounds like your dad was married to his work, which I believe is a common anecdote to describe workaholics. Although, I am certain he made time for his family too.

I don't know what I could possibly contribute as a philosopher that everybody else hasn't. But suffice to say, these kinds of professions don't pay the bills unless you're good at what you're doing. I may tinker around with it in the future though. There's a series called Popular Culture and Philosophy. I may consider writing an abstract for one of their manuscripts in the future, I'm sure I'd get a portion of the royalties. I'm not expecting more than 1,000 dollars. Well, even as early as the 1700s, you had to rise through the ranks by duration and valour. Your education was only secondary. Unless you were particularly skilled or noteworthy, you could be stuck in a low rank for the rest of your life.

Grammar differs based on how you're communicating. If you are speaking, chances are, you may be grammatically incorrect. The issue is that most people tend to write in the same manner as they speak, so when you read what they write, you are probably thinking as I do, "That makes no sense." I think it's a combination of laziness and resorting to autocorrect and text prediction to do the bulk of the writing for you. Additionally, very few people read for pleasure, but those that do, tend to be writers, of a kind. My biggest grammatical flaw is run-on sentences and comma splices though.

Your boyfriend sounds like a good guy. Now if only he had superpowers... but that's wishful thinking on my part.

University is progressing quite well, but November has been intense with both workload and deadlines. It's starting to calm down now since I've completed the bulk of my assignments. I am flattered that my musings and thoughts have aroused this level of interest and respect for my knowledge and intelligence. If only I were able to orally communicate my thoughts with as much articulation as I do when I write. Still, I think you're very studious for your age, and that's not something that happens often once a person gets older. I've had more stimulating conversations with you than I've had with people my own age, which is quite frankly, very embarrassing. Let your dad and brother know that I am thankful for their comments. :) Though I am not fond of this Transatlantic climate, either.

Enjoy your Sunday, and the rest of the week, Sandy!

All the very best to you and your family :)
Bobby 5ft 10in (178cm) said on 17/Nov/19
@Sandy Cowell

I apologize for the delay. November has been an academically intense month for me, I've had deadlines and assignments left and right. I barely had time to do any gaming, which is saying a lot.

Anyway, I think corporal punishment was in many ways, religious justification for instilling discipline. The Bible often references the need for physical discipline where applicable, but never cruelty though. My mom is old enough to remember those times where teachers would punish the kids through cruel ways. Much like Harry Potter being locked in the pantry by the Dursleys, my mom was also locked in a pantry by a teacher for "misbehaving", the reality is that my mom likes to talk, which isn't a bad thing really. Anyway, that was apparently deemed as disruptive to the classroom and overall curriculum, so they tried to beat that behaviour out of kids. Never speak unless spoken to, I venture that's the philosophy involved. I'm sure if I had been born in the 50s instead of the 90s, I'd probably have to deal with similar discipline since numeracy has never come naturally to me, and still doesn't. Your question invokes me to consider why many actors, namely those past the age of 40, tended to have lacked higher education. I guess the need to escape the academic disciplinary system was very strong, for many people.

How you treat other people comes back full circle in how they, in turn, will treat others around them. Unless the will to be different is strong, or they have one positive influence in their life, then they will simply adopt the same customs as their forebearers. It's why the concept of war has been so prevalent throughout human history. Although, sometimes, the desire for conflict is an unfortunate necessity to engender change, such as the need to eliminate tyranny. Violent people only understand violent solutions, after all. I remember doing a paper on Sigmund Freud last year for political science and he discussed in one of his books, though I forget the name at present, in how the WW1 conflict was a shocking and disturbing prospect for many scholars and psychologists. How could human beings be capable of executing others with such violent velocity? Naturally, Freud wanted to understand the inherent instincts that caused one to kill. He theorized that human beings have a death instinct which he related to the Id. It is defined in two parts: desiring the death of others, and carrying out the act. He traced back this behaviour to animal sacrifices of ancient religions. Of course, he neglected the Babylonians who also sacrificed their firstborn children in the name of their god, Baal. Baal worshipers were mentioned extensively in the Old Testament. So, anyway, he concluded that human beings have an inherent badness. (Of course, everything was negative with him.)

I would suggest screen saving the comments so you can refer to them, but this would come in more handy on a computer over a smartphone.

Bye for now, Sandy! :)
Bobby 5ft 10in (178cm) said on 17/Nov/19
@cmillz

I think 5'11 is at least tallish for a man since it's close to 6'0.
Nik Ashton said on 17/Nov/19
@ Vitto - Everything you have said is so true! I’m sick of the never ending debate too, it’s best to put a lid on it, like you said, but first I want to say what I think! I’m fed up with people saying that 5’7” is short yet they are happy to say that 5’11.5” isn’t tall! This shows how much human bias there is but it doesn’t wash with me when the UK average for men is 5’9”, with a 5’9” average 5’6.5” is no more short than 5’11.5” is tall! Let me tell you that you are tall as a woman and tall as a man and now I will draw a line under it and enjoy talking in Sookie’s Den about other things now, this is what we both want. I too agree that the argument on General Height is full of human bias, it is never ending, flawed, and it doesn’t get anywhere. ♾⭕️!
Vitto said on 17/Nov/19
@Sandy @Nik watch this video and looks at Kate and how she dances! This is the Running Up that Hill official video Click Here
Amazing!
xx
Vitto said on 17/Nov/19
@cmillz I couldn't care less about you and your existence either. I am sick and tired of rude people on this site I was only explaining why Nik said that but your brain couldn't understand that. So just don't talk to me anymore. I won't reply to rude people on here anymore. That's all.
Vitto said on 17/Nov/19
@Cedric that would be a good idea IMO. If you guys agree I'd join you later since I have an old IPhone and I am not able to use whatsapp on it. I must buy a new IPhone. To talk to people I know I use messenger on FB not whatsapp. But that's not a bad idea by the way. What do you guys Sandy and Nik think about this? Moreover I am not sure how you create a group on whatsapp.
Where are you from Cedric? Just out of curiosity.
Cheers
xx
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 17/Nov/19
@ Nik - Indeed so! A trip to the toilet can often be the nearest thing I get to a day's outing, especially when I was eating protein balls - yum yum! πŸ˜‹

I ordered them from Amazon and they didn't half have a 'binding' effect! They were strawberry flavoured and coated in white chocolate. They did have a warning on the packet, but the one time I ignored it, it took me little short of an hour to evacuate them at the other end. I thought, "Never again!"

Until now! πŸ˜ΉπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜Ή

Cheers Nik and love to you and Alverna! πŸ˜πŸ‘ XX πŸ’ XX
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 17/Nov/19
My cats have just had a catnip delivery from Amazon! Cordercelia could smell it through the cardboard wrapping! They are going quite NUTS!

πŸ˜ΊπŸ˜»πŸ˜ΉπŸ˜ΈπŸ±πŸ˜πŸ‘

I remember one of Pixie's Birthday parties back in the early 2000s. The cats had four packs of catnip that day and a cake made out of haddock and cod, complete with candles. They got absolutely ratted!

πŸ•―οΈπŸ•―οΈπŸ•―οΈπŸ•―οΈ
🐟🐟🐟🐟

Yes, Pixie turned 4, so the year was 2001! πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸˆπŸˆπŸˆπŸˆπŸˆ
Nik Ashton said on 17/Nov/19
🌎
🍺!
cmillz said on 17/Nov/19
And no, 5’11 obviously isn’t short for either gender, anyone who says otherwise is either trolling or just plain ignorant.
cmillz said on 17/Nov/19
@Vitto
I couldn’t care less what you identify as. I just disagreed with Nik when he referred to 5’11 as being tall for a man, that’s all.
Vitto said on 16/Nov/19
@Nik I especially like 'City of Blinding Lights' by U2.
In regard to Primrose Hill, it is located North of London, just North of Camden Town. The nearest underground is Chalk Farm, Zone 2. So it's not far from Central London I'd say. You were right, though. The journey down the hill is more pleasurable than the one up it because it's less tiring. Even though you can see the landscape and the city's skyline better on your way up.
@Sandy I know, right, music makes me feel better too. Do you like Adele? Or it's not your genre? My Dad likes her a lot and I was listening to her yesterday.
I am also writing from my phone now and I am not used to it. I am used to writing from my PC. It's funny what your phone used to do. I also have the autocorrect on my phone, of course!
Cheers guys
xx
Nik Ashton said on 16/Nov/19
@ Sandy Cowell - Many thanks!

A trip to the toilet sounds so funny, it sounds like a day out! A day out involves one enjoying ones self and this can include humour as well! (like the lav’!) A person may also see some nice scenery on a day out (like the lav’?)! When we go on a trip we can go a fair distance (with nice and exciting thoughts on the way!) but it is so worth it! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚!

πŸ‘¨πŸ‘©πŸ˜‚πŸ˜·.................................🏞🚽!
Vitto said on 16/Nov/19
@cmillz Nik was replying to me and he was reassuring me that I am not short. As I've already said several times I was born a woman and I am 5'11 but identify as gender queer/non-binary that means that I identify neither with one gender nor the other. To avoid arguments you could call me they/them even though I know it's not grammatically correct but that it doesn't matter. It matters how I feel inside.
Anyway you can say that 5'11 is still above average for a guy. And 6'0 is tall enough IMO. If you wanna talk about height so much you can go on General Height and continue to talk about 'the never ending story' about the average height for a male and why in their opinion 6'0 isn't tall when it used to be. Since I am on this forum I feel even shorter because of some people. I'm sick and tired of this, to be honest. That's all.
Nik Ashton said on 16/Nov/19
@ cmillzz - In many situations in many areas it is!
Nik Ashton said on 16/Nov/19
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edwards said on 15/Nov/19
@ miss sandy cowell

how are you sandy,how’s your day going
i’m so sad to hear that.my prayers goes to your friend and his/her family.
yes sandy,try to concentrate on good things .

edwards πŸ˜„πŸ‘xxx

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