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Why is it That Short People Are More Troublesome Than Tall People?

  1. ngureco profile image82
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    Why is it That Short People Are More Troublesome Than Tall People?

  2. Hiperion profile image60
    Hiperionposted 8 years ago

    I think short people fell a little inferior than big persons and because of that they arrange many troubles so people look to them.

  3. AEvans profile image79
    AEvansposted 8 years ago

    I do not believe short people are more troublesome then tall, I myself am only 5'5" , I believe it is there character and personality that you should be looking at.

  4. Kebennett1 profile image60
    Kebennett1posted 8 years ago

    I object! I am 4'10" tall! Why does that make me troublesome? What is does make me is shorter than someone 4'11" tall! Now being a red headed Irish woman, that just might make me troublesome smile    Seriously, height has nothing to do with whether or not a person is troublesome or not! Their outlook on life now that has a lot to do with it. If they are not happy within themselves, they will probably cause problems for someone else!

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    sneakorocksolidposted 8 years ago

    Dear ngureco, Short people are a problem! They get in the way, you trip over them, and you can never hear what they're saying! You ever ridden on a T-bar ski lift with a short person, well let me tell you its behind their butt and on your ankles! Hey, someone wrote a song about it,"Don't want no short people!". Peace.(even down there where the short people live)

  6. Denmarkguy profile image94
    Denmarkguyposted 8 years ago

    I don't really think short people are more "troublesome" than tall people (I'm 6'4", btw), but perhaps part of what you perceive lies in a cultural bias short people perhaps feel.

    I mean, think about it: In the fairy tales, the stranger is "TALL dark and handsome," not SHORT. The top cabinet in the kitchen requires a short person to get our a stepping stool to get something down, while I just reach up there and take it. Certainly, the plethora of such things out there could cause SOME short people to feel a bit annoyed. But "troublesome?" I don't think so.

  7. Kotti KaDotti profile image58
    Kotti KaDottiposted 8 years ago

    Short people especially short men are always more trouble some then tall people. Don't believe me, well go to your local county court house and take a look at all the short guys compared to tall guys going to jail. I remember when I was a bouncer at the club the shortest guys were always the ones starting fights in the club. Short men are trully more trouble some.

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    reeltaulkposted 8 years ago

    horrendously funny question....maybe because they are seeking attention.  So causing trouble gets them the attention that they need.

 
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