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Midget. :p

OK, how would you like it if, in 20 years from now, you were 5'2"? ;) I used to be 5'10"! Now I'm down to 5'7"

Haha ok you win.

It's never had a detrimental affect on my life but i'm pretty sure i would never want to be five two :o

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Wow! Well done you! Keep up the hard work!

I just started back at the gym after finding out that I've managed to lose 7cm in height in the last 20 years. :( All thanks to being very overweight and it compressing my spine.

I can take being overweight, but SHORT!? Screw that!

It's not short it's vertically challenged :rofl: I'm a short arse, I'm not even 5' :laugh:

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Today I found a picture of me from back in October 7th, 2008. weighing in at 213 lbs. The day after Xmas I saw some picture that were taken of me. I thought I looked nasty. So I made a V line to walmart and bought an exercise bike. Parked it in front of my TV and have been using it 20 mins a day ever since. Today i'm weighing in at 186 lbs. Went from a Size 38 / 40 down to 36.

So this is a before and after picture of what I looked like then and what I look like now. (on a side note the after picture was taken with my new refurbished Logitech Quickcam 9000 HD webcam)

Keep up the good work! and stay away from those chips and salsa!

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Congrats, that's an accomplishment right there mate, I myself been working out ( particularly lots of treadmill, at least 3 days a week) for the last 6 months and I went from 178 to 165, I know that's not much, but my body and spirit really feel a difference, I feel a lot less tired and overall less stressed out.

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WHAT. Even i'm not that small, and i'm vertically challenged :confused:

Yes but I thought there's different heights for what is considered short for a man and a women? My mum is 5"7 which is tall for a women, but quite short for a man.

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