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How Tall Are You?

I'm not quite sure what's brought me to asking y'all how tall you are, and I'm not sure why I care this much, but how tall are you? I'm 13 years old, and 6 foot tall, without shoes. I'm taller than most of my teachers, and only a few other kids are my height or taller. People literally look up to me. So, if y'all could post your heights, I'd sure like to know!

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Kiteman9 years ago
1.7m It may be my imagination, but are people reaching their adult height earlier? I don't mean "is the population getting taller?", but are they reaching the top of their growth curve more quickly?
Foot size too. I'm 13 and size 10 or 11, but that isn't even that big. A good amount of kids at my school are size 13+. My foot is as big as my dad's.
Bran (author)  John Smith9 years ago
Size 14 here, and steadily growing. People call me Ski Feet, which I find hilarious.
John Smith Bran9 years ago
Wow. Tried barefooting yet? You should be great with that :D
Bran (author)  John Smith9 years ago
Unfortunately, I don't ski, but I hope to try ASAP. And yeah, I guess I would!
John Smith Bran9 years ago
Lol, yeah. I love fishing and water sports and stuff, but we haven't been out muck lately. I was supposed to get my boating license last week, but it STILL hasn't came in yet. Not that you really needed to know that.
Bran (author)  John Smith9 years ago
At least you have a (lake?) to ride on - everything down here is so dry, the lake levels so low, and rain really isn't in the forecast anytime soon. You might of heard this in the news, about Georgia.
John Smith Bran9 years ago
Yeah, after I posted the comment, I remembered that you were in that bad drought. We were really dry (right above Okeechobee lake), but we've got some rain. But the lake is still low. I think a front is supposed to bring rain here today or tomorrow.
Bran (author)  John Smith9 years ago
Ah, didn't realize you were down in The Swamp. Today has been actually pretty filled with rain, maybe it'll help a bit. The lake is always low, our Corps of Engineers must've forgotten what the filled amount was.
John Smith Bran9 years ago
Is that what Northerners call it? The Swamp? Well, I guess YOU aren't truly a northerner, because you are actually NICE, and you live in Georgia. Yeah. I don't like it a whole lot, we have 3 seasons of heat, and one of good, cool, weather. I also hate the fact that there is absolutely no hills. Nothing. It is perfectly flat. My favorite state is Georgia, it has woods, hills, and as far as I know, good weather. And, it is not far from the Smokys, my favorite eastern NP (favorite western NP- Zion...over-the-top-best). I actually haven't been skiing in a year or so, we don't have a boat. We go to Lake June (near Lake Placid) to ski, though. I haven't been fishing in more than that, although we went scalloping during summer. I'd definitely recommend that. It didn't rain today, but it's been breezy, cooler, really cloudy and overcast too. It may be the same thing you got today.
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