do u have big hands?
I have long palms and fingers. But not necessarily big hands.
what is the minimum height for a you when it comes to dating?
What are all these questions on my dating preferences for?
I’d rather just make through college in one piece thank you very much. None of this relationship poop nonsense. Not right now.
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r u gonna make new vids? u should make funny vids of u being taller than guys lol
Since I’ll be in Spring Break next week, expect a lot of videos from yours truly!
Should I pursue sports in college? I'm really on the fence about trying to play basketball at a higher level :/
Here’s the thing about playing a sport in college, ESPECIALLY at the D1 level where I play at. I’m about to give you an insider’s perspective.
It’s like a job.
You were hired because you were good at the skills that your employer was looking for. You choose the employer that has the environment and things that appeal to you in the job that you’re going to be employed in. (i.e. the campus, the academics, the team atmosphere, etc.)
But once you sign on the dotted line, you have made a commitment.
And in my opinion, you stick to that commitment for the next four years you are there or don’t make the commitment at all.
When you get there everything is exciting and new. New friends, new places, new schedules, then you step into the locker room and see all the shiny new gear that you’ve received for the season and then you step on the court.
And that is when the work begins.
It’s hard. Confusing. Exhausting. Painful. Tedious. Players will get in your face if they don’t think you’re pushing yourself. Coaches will get in your face. Sleep is almost no where to be found, if you want to do well in your sport and in the classroom.
You will get up before the sun for practice, and get out of practice long after the sun has set. Ice is your new best friend, and the athletic training room your home away from home.
You will be on a bus for hours travelling to schools that will harass you endlessly and stay in hotels that aren’t exactly the best. You will have teachers that could care less that you are part of a sports team, and assign that huge assignment that’s due on a huge game day anyways.
You will hate “normal” people. You will be jealous of the fact that they can go back to their rooms and spend plenty of time on their homework, while you rush to your second practice of the day. You will envy that they can try so many different extracurricular activities, while your whole life centers around. You’ll certainly hate how much sleep they get, and then complain when they had to wake up at eight in the morning, while you’ve been up for three hours already.
But, for all of that sweat, blood, tears, and weight room grime, for all of that frustration and stress and the sheer want to just give it all up because you just can’t take it anymore, you don’t want to trade it for the world.
The feeling that you get when you win the game against an arch rival within the conference and you can’t hear yourself think because the crowd is screaming your schools name and your teammates are jumping up and down and yelling and the family members that are there at your game are tearing up with such pride in their hearts for you. There’s nothing like it in the world.
That feeling that you get when you have been working day and night for weeks to get a certain shot just right or a specific technique down, and your coach is exuding with approval. Not much can compare.
That swell of pride when you walk down the hallway at school and you recieve the awed looks, the admiring stares (and I will admit the jealous looks too), all because you were able to do what so little could do: make it to the college level. Few can beat that feeling.
That sense of family that you create with the people that you spend up to twenty four hours a day with, your teammates. They are there with you through the best times and the worst times. Some you get along with, some you don’t. But you would never allow them to do nothing but their best for you, the team and themselves. And you know they are doing the same for you. Not many bonds are like that.
So should you pursue sports in college? Here’s my answer coming from someone that’s looking at her last year of eligibility this coming fall.
If you have that opportunity, even if it’s a small one, do not let it get away. Work as hard as you can, both in your sport and in the classroom.
An opportunity like this doesn’t come to the average person. So if it comes to you, you grab onto it and you don’t let it go.
Because as much as I’ve wanted to throw in the towel, I know I have lived and am still living an amazing experience that I will treasure for the rest of my life.
Sorry this was a long answer but I feel like you had to get the full grasp of it.
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im 5"5 guy and i can kick ur ass lol
You seem pretty cocky about beating up a girl, but you probably wouldn’t succeed.
Then again, I don’t really give a flying fuck, because you aren’t really worth the effort of thinking about it.
Feeling under the weather and it’s making me a very grumpy cat. #grumpycat #disney #reallife
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whats the shortest guy you would date? is it awkward to be taller and have bigger shoes than a guy>
It’s awkward to be taller than the rest of the world.
And I have tiny feet for someone my size so a lot of girls that are shorter than me have bigger feet than I do.