Evidently, towering over half the guys on Tinder isn’t great for the confidence either – although some swear that’s not a factor when choosing a potential mate. Here via Reddit, 7 dudes share how they *actually* feel about being the shorter one in the relationship.
"I'm 165cm so most of the woman I've been with have been various degrees taller than me. NBD. I never thought much about it." [Via]
"I am 5'10" with thick socks. I dated a woman who was 6 feet, and it wasn't an issue at all. We did once get caught in a picture where were kissing with me standing on stair and her in ridiculous high heels. But the height difference had nothing to do with us no longer dating." [Via]
"When I hadn't finished my late-teens growth spurt the girl I was dating was 5'10". I was about 5'8" at the time. I didn't mind it, and in fact, now that I think about it I don't think it ever occurred to me to think about until now." [Via]
"She was only a couple of inches taller. I liked her too much to really care." [Via]
"I'm 170cm and she was 185cm. Like, her chin could rest on the top of my head. Hugs were always a face full of boob. That was nice. Unfortunately, she was kind of immature (not about the height thing), so it didn't last long. I'd date a tall girl again." [Via]
"When she was in heels she was taller. She was extremely self-conscious about it and felt like she couldn't wear heels because of it. Granted, I didn't really mind it because I don't really like heels to begin with, but I realised it was something she felt like she had to sacrifice. I felt bad about it because of that." [Via]
This article originally appeared on Women's Health