Long tall Sally?
Long story short
It’s called live trapping in some places, but you can’t call it humane.
For such tall ladies seeking dance partners, sitting in the corner of a room using the Ames Illusion would be useful. From there, it’s up to a fetching personality on her part; a good sense of humor on the man’s part. (—
She’s tall enough to look right in the headlights with impunity.
The first time I saw my wife was at a roller skating party in high school. I was with another group. She was with a friend of mine who was 6’ 5" tall. She was only 6 foot tall at the time.
I remember thinking that a normal size guy like me (also 6 feet) could date girls of any size, short guys were pretty much limited to short girls, but there were plenty of them around, but when you were as tall as my friend was, you had to find a tall girl. My thought was, “odd people match up.”
I did not meet my wife until about a year later. After dating her for a couple of months we discovered that we were at the same event and that’s when I remembered seeing her with my friend.
That was about 57 years ago. My wife and I have been together since.
Deceit never works out…one step forward, two step back!
Are they still called wallflowers?
oldpine 52 – Great response!
The foundation of womanhood is a shaky one built on an ever shifting base. Fake face with makeup, face hair with coloring, fake body with padding, fake height with a multitude of shoes, and fake personality, all until you marry one. Monique Marvez explains is best when she said, "Men are simple and delusional and women are crazy and complicated.
Looks like she has steel-toed shoes, useful for dancing with most guys.
I believe the tall gal would be more comfortable on a counter-height chair.
When she sits in it, her knees block her face. No wonder guys don’t ask her to dance
If looks mean anything, it looks to me like that dance is taking at a family reunion.
Her knees must’ve been resting on her chin sitting in that chair — LOLOL
As if they could keep it….
David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart