Originally Posted by EmmetSpiceland
I, personally, think you need to stick to the more “metropolitan” areas, D. Specifically, Dublin and Cork. But really only Dublin, unless you don’t mind the “accent” that can sound like a turkey arguing with a seagull.
I’d steer well clear of the men of Galway, both east and west. Out west they are a dark, “shifty”, people. Always hocking at each other in their native “tongue”.
Then in the east of the county they tend to be either “wildmen” with fiery eyes and even fierier nose hair or else thin, scrawny “things” you’d easily mistake for a coat stand.
Moving further east, across the midlands, you get “squat” lads, most of them burdened with enormous, bulbous, heads. Again, best avoided.
No, stick to Dublin, D. That’s where you’ll find the good ones. Maybe check out some of the rugby clubs if you’re looking for tall, burly, “handsome” men. Yes, I am secure enough in my sexuality to “acknowledge” another man’s handsomeness.
I’d steer clear of the basketball scene. The guys may be tall but they tend to be “scrawny” and overly tall, if you know what I mean. Gangly and lanky. Not a good “look”.
Good luck with your “search” but, here’s something old Nana Spiceland, god be good to her, used to say and is worth remembering, we’re all the same size lying down.
Again, good luck.
Wow, a great post amongst all the drivel to bring me out of my brief hiatus. Reading your post made me laugh, which you probably know by now a lot of these posters don't like to do on threads. Everything must be so serious all the time.
I was told grow a thick skin, yet all the short guys on here seems to be offended. That's just a double standard. Why don't ye toughen up?
Now this is more like it, a man helping in the search for tall guys. And you're doing so with great humour and keeping it light. A real refreshing post indeed.
Instead the rest are all throwing about the term 'discrimination' and don't seem to realise the difference between discrimination and preference to whom one is attracted to.
And I can imagine they are counting up their 'thanks' for validation. Can't believe so many short guys are offended by this thread. And all patting each other on the back
I didn't start the thread but I relate as I like tall men. And because I like tall men I'm somehow discriminating! This beggars belief and logic.
Just like some guys on here like big boobs (personally I call mine melons and now I see a lot of posters utilising the term in their posts when previously they didn't). Oh, and then I got lambasted for going on about my melons.
I just can't win eh!
That brought out the conspiracy theory that just because I say I'm a short girl, I'm not fat and I've ample sized melons that I must be a short and fat man! Haha. Does anyone see how ridiculous this is???? Just because I'm happy with my height and how I look, people think I must shut up and be modest?
No, if you've got it flaunt it and I will. A guy posted that he's well endowed. I didn't see the hoards of short guys saying to him 'oh well, you must be a woman'.
There is nothing wrong with being attracted to a tall man or a short man. A bald man or a man with a full head of hair. The point in this thread is that the OP is tall and was thinking she would like someone taller as her partner.
I, in complete contrast to the OP am 5'2" and I am attracted to tall men. So, I'm looking to date a tall guy also, as that's my personal preference. Is that discrimination? No. Any logic would concur that this is just preference/personal taste. My previous partner is just over 6'1".
Everyone is different in what they want in a potential partner. Short, tall, skinny, fat, big boobs, small boobs, big cocks, small cocks and so on and so forth.
That's not discrimination.
Anyway, I think the entire point of this thread has been completely sabotaged by people who think that if someone is looking to date a tall man, then that's grounds for discrimination. It's not.
If some guy started a thread 'where are all the tall women ' why would I go on that thread when I'm 5'2", what would be the point? And anyone would be entitled to start that thread if they wished. It's just personal taste after all.
Don't make it into something it's not.
Thanks for this post, keep them coming, you're on a roll.