Women That Really Like You Don’t Give A Damn How Tall You Are

Very rarely do I avoid a riveting twitter discussion. 9/10 we have the same weekly conversations anyways. $200 dates, #90DayRule, Best Kanye Album, Women & their preferences… 


Women. And. Their. Preferences. Twitter women are a different breed, a lot of them just say anything. Then you have women on Twitter (difference from “twitter women”) like myself who have a little bit of sense and say what’s real, not what’ll get me retweets. Although, because I make so much sense and I have boobs, I get RT’s without dumbing myself down. This morning, it was the quintessential “fellas, RT this with your height.” Which sparked a “If you’re under 6ft stay out my mentions” shit storm.

 There’s so much hype about the “perfect” guy. He has to:

  • Be taller than 6′ 
  • have dimples
  • have a flourishing Stalley-like beard
  • have tats
  • Be 8″ or better
  • no kids
  • make 6 figures (because on twitter, anything less is “broke”)
  • Be a Heat or Lakers fan
  • Have pretty eyes

There are so many great men that don’t fit this list at ALL, and can take your girl. Why? Because while you’re busy chasing the pretty boy with the eggplant emoji in his pants, who probably makes those 6 figures through a Wake Up Now scam…there’s a 5’8″ good guy with a nice stable job who is beardless with regular brown eyes and likes the Spurs, who will treat you like a Queen. But you’ll overlook him, because he doesn’t fit your precious little list. It’s cool to have preferences but you’ll be surprised how much of a box you put yourself in. It’s like apt hunting, just put in your price range. 400 pop up. Start saying “but it has to have __ & be __ and do ___” number drops to 10. Don’t limit yourself to happiness you don’t even know you can have.

9/10 when all you go after are superficial preferences, all you end up with is a motherf*cker that isn’t shit BUT LOOKS GOOD. Like I said before, what good is having a Bentley parked in the driveway, if the engine is blown?



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