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In an attempt to be brutally honest, Hogue lays out all the reasons why a man who presumably is not fat would ever date a lady of size. By that logic, bigger dudes should be 5-star Michelin chefs. Honey, I expect a 5-course gourmet meal by six tonight, kthx. So I suppose the same goes for larger men? It's amazing I keep it all under control. I guess that's always been something I'm good at. Your new phone is good, too, though. Just, eh, don't give up?

Things will come around for you someday. I'm sure. I'm never wrong. No seriously man, never, it's freaky. Can you name 1 time that I was wrong about anything? Me neither. I'm not showing off or anything it's just a weird coincidence right? I heard the best response to this. Do you play miniature golf? Also 6'6", and I always thought that I should not only go to Japan, but I should dress like a stereotypical cowboy while there.

Hat, boots, chaps I moved to a new country and being tall here really sucks. People around here are hostile to me because of my height. I had trouble making friends or even acquaintances. I couldn't get a job in any of the cities so I had to move into the countryside where I'm always alone. Worst part is, sometimes bandits sneak into my camp and steal my mammoth cheese.

Don't forget about stealing from your chests too. If they would just leave you alone with your mammoth herds, no one would get hurt, right? Fuck you tallies, my buddy just wanted to pet the mammoth and you punted him into the stratosphere! We had to bury his charred pelvis, go back to Atmora! I would talk in a Russian english accent and try to use the phrase "I must break you" as much as humanly possible. It was painful. Not all places are like that. Pretty much all tourist areas have normal sized doorways.

You'd have to visit the boonies to find that. If you're a tall white guy visiting Kyoto Tokyo not so much during school vacation season Spring you're going to have a bad or good, depending on your view time getting approached by K students wanting to take pics with you while throwing up the V sign and also many many stares your way. I've traveled a lot to the Japanese boonies for business, and even there, I fit almost everywhere.

The only problems I have had were with clean room shoes not fitting me I wear a size 15, 31cm, big even in America. I've never had anyone ask to take pictures of me I'm 6'4 but I did get swarmed by a bunch of young men. When I went, I believe it was tourist season in Japan. Most people just stared at me or waved. The ones that asked for pictures were usually elementary school boys or maybe Jr High?

I think the older ones were probably shy or intimidated. The elementary school kids waved all the time, was funny. I hear ya on the slippers though. I just walked around in my socks, none fit me at any of the Hostels. EDIT: Just recalled the first time someone asked to take a pic with me. I was at one of the shrines in Kyoto. It was a group of 4 or 5 Jr high or High school girls.

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I was standing there and one of them ran into me by accident. I turned to her as she looked up at me in surprise. I smiled and said "Suimasen" she smiled and ran off. About 30 seconds later she appeared with 4 or so friends and held out a camera and said something like "pic-cha! I said "OK" and reached for the camera. Instead she and her friends swarmed around me as another one stood back and took a picture. I was bewildered for a moment. I bet my look on the picture was that of a confused gaijin giant.

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My 6'6" SO used to go to Japan for work. It was a fairly rural area, so he was stared at pretty regularly, but his biggest complaint was the hotel room: if he stood with his arms stretched out, he could touch both walls. Yeah the whole Asians are short thing is over played, they aren't that short. The door is part of Japanese architecture, they sometimes have smaller openings to sacred places like tea houses, you are supposed to have to duck to humble youself before entering.

But all reddit sees is"huh tall white guy" disappointing. Edit: accidentally submitted the comment twice and can't figure out how to delete it from my mobile app You're right, there's not that much of a difference. According to Wikipedia, the average height of a male Japanese adult was 1. This is a repost, the original poster mentioned that this was at a temple that has intentionally low doors because it forces you to bow as you walk in.

As a sign of respect. Was going to say, I'm 5'9" and I think i'd have to duck slightly to navigate that doorway. Well I say doorway, more of a serving hatch really. That sounds like BS. I'm 5'9" and that was about the average height of Japanese dudes, nothing really seemed all that small there other than living space because the land value is so high. I came to see if anyone else had commented about being confused about how he took that picture without the phone showing up.

And if I didn't see your comment I never would have noticed. Yea, I am 6'9". When I went to Japan we stayed in a single hotel room that we let the company book. This hotel room was about 12'x12' and I could not fit in the shower. When I used the bathroom I had to keep my feet out the door. My whole body could not fit in the bathroom all at once. Honestly I don't remember. I wouldn't be surprised, but I couldn't fit in there so I wasn't too concerned. We stayed at a hotel there where I had to step into the shower in order to close the bathroom door to sit on the toilet. Luckily showers in Saigon are usually just a drain in the floor and a shower head, so you get the whole bathroom as your shower!

Unintentionally perfect for tall people. As a 6'4" tall dude who toured the Bolivian altiplano and stayed in hostels, I feel your pain. I got out of bed one freezing cold night to take a piss and, in the inky blackness no lights in the room hit not the top of my head, but my face and upper shoulders on the threshold above the door leaving our room. Went back to bed and saved it for morning. There was a second reason I didn't go but I thought it bad taste to discuss here.

Yes, I smacked my face and shoulders, and yes I persevered all the way to a very dimly lit men's bathroom facility. There I found about an inch of standing water emenating from one of the stalls. At that point, I turned around and went back to bed, figuring I could find a shadow and piss down wind it was always windy during our trip rather than brave that surly sludge.

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Being a 5 '10 girl was weird. I once had an old tiny Japanese man approach me in a family mart. He didn't speak English, and I didn't speak Japanese. He just went "Ohhhhh And then walk off laughing. Height has little to do with it, being foreign is enough to get attention from people looking to escape their mediocre salary lives and move to Disneyland.

Not for a weak stomach. In recent news, thousands of tall, white, awkward males have immigrated to Japan for no apparent reason.

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It's been going on for years. And the poor bastards generally do pretty well for themselves. I'm 6'2" and was in Japan a few months ago. Trying to stand up in a shower there was not fun. Sure it's a great place to go Wow I need to go to Japan.

When I was like 16 I worked with this this dude who lived in China most of his life. He said that if I went to China the women there would go crazy for a tall white dude. Not really.