Do you feel small?

Singapore
January 5, 2009 8:58am CST
Do you feel small when you're surrounded with larger people? Well, today i had a presentation for one of my units in university. I was surprised when i stood beside my 2 other partners who are guys and almost a head taller than me. IN fact, i only reach up till their shoulders. And to add to them, they have a rather big frame. Anyhow, i felt very small when i stood in between them. And i felt like i was standing with giants... haha Have you ever felt this way?
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• India
5 Jan 09
yes dear am small anyway and i feel it in lot of places also
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• Singapore
5 Jan 09
that's good that you're small.. but because i've a bigger frame.. ok i'm big- boned.. so i feel "skinny" haha.. and so that makes me happy.
@AJ1952Chats (2338)
• Anderson, Indiana
5 Jan 09
I'm 5'4", and I generally don't give it that much thought, but I have been with guys I look up to. With one guy, I've had the experience of looking down on and up to. When Benny and I were grade school sweethearts, he was a couple of inches or so shorter than I was, as I'd gotten most of my adult height and he hadn't. These days, I look up to this six-foot tall guy whenever I happen to see him around. One thing I'll say for sure--I could pose for a picture beside of a beached whale, and it wouldn't end up making me look like Jennifer Lopez. I would still look like a horizontally-challenged woman who happened to be standing by a beached whale.
• India
5 Jan 09
I have felt this way lot many times. Firstly,When you i am surrounded by people who are taller and secondly, when i am with poeple who i know are better than me i some ways, lol..but i still feel i am the best..:-)) cheers!!!
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5 Jan 09
I am quite short so yes I often feel small. To compensate, I nearly always wear heels, and often three inches. Then again, if I were tall I would probably feel quite conspicuous. I have gotten used to my height, so it doesn't bother me at all. :)
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