- Sep 10, 2019
- 133d 19h 31m
Answer (1 of 5): The ratio of 5′3″ compared to 6′0″ is 7/8 or 7:8, or to look at it from an arithmetic point is 9″ shorter. If it is two guys we are comparing, the shorter guy is a runt assuming they are both adults. If it is a child, it is the difference between a child and a grown-up. If we are...
It’s a 9 inch height difference, which typically will have the shorter person level with the midway point of the other person’s neck. If it’s two women who are being compared, than it will be the difference between a low-end average height woman, and a huge, big, hulking, masculine, tomboyish type of women (in terms of height at least as 6′0″ is extraordinarily tall for women). Meanwhile if it’s men being compared, than it will be the difference between a guy who is at the minimum height to be considered tall (which is an excellent height for men) and receives a male height grade of “A”, and an extremely short man, grade of “F”, who is viewed as a manlet, ungrown child, feminine, weak, submissive, shit-tier, unimpressive, dainty and pathetic, all in EXTREME cases of what I have listed above because that is EXTREMELY short for an adult male (unlike 5′7″ which is still short and pathetic, just not as much) and deep within manlet, and in many cases it could be seen as DOUBLE MANLET STATUS (5′5″ and under). All of these things kinda describe the Manlet Beta Male Prince, who was 5′2″, and had a very feminine and pathetic personality for a man. Anyways, if it’s a couple being compared, than it’s starting to get to a rather large height difference, between a man and a woman, (not that that’s bad or anything), but it is above the ideal range of 5–8 inches. What could perhaps be a pain is kissing, because the woman could have to reach up a lot, but many women like that, so there’s absolutely nothing wrong with a 9 inch height difference between couples, nor is it a bad thing, it just could potentially make kissing slightly more convenient if the difference was in the 5–8 inch range.