Nobody gives a shit about the ten people you meet compared to the other ten people you met, because you're not comparing the averages of the actual population.
If the word 'short' is based on personal anecdotes of some of the dozen people you've eyeballed, it's meaningless.
I've given you statistics. You said:
0). US isn't the very small part you went to get humiliated in front of your family.
1). 5'11'' is not short, when the national average is 5'9'' both in US and Canada.
2). The small sample you've eyeballed aren't representative of the whole. That's why I gave you statistics. Then you started attacking my height, somehow, because you're a moron who can't talk anything without taking the fun out of it and making it personal. While not even knowing anything about me.
This isn't a 5'5'' guy getting triggered. This is me calling you a moron that doesn't know what he's talking about, then getting salty when facts don't support him, as usual.
You're lucky you didn't meet me, otherwise you'd be single now and your mom would be making me omelette.
Last edited by Philosophía on Jan 4th, 2018 at 02:37 PM
You seem to really give a shit. I referenced a personal anecdote and was not comparing statistical averages.
No, this is the sequence of posts:
I referenced my experience, and you then pointed out the statistical average, which I never disputed or tried to argue against.
Since you seem to be retarded, even in my initial post that was referencing personal experience, I made a note that this was based on the locales I've been to:
I never pretended that my own personal observation is the average for an entire nation, much less one as large as the United States. And yes, I DO consider 5'11 to be short, whether the average is 5'11 or 5'9 is irrelevant. I know this has you triggered but it doesn't change anything.
I don't know why you keep attempting to engage me in any type of debate. It just makes you wish your mother had swallowed.
You seem to be having trouble grasping the concept that someone can consider a certain height short, even if it is above the average height of the population. Why is this difficult to understand? From my experience, people in the US are on the shorter side, but I made a point to clarify that this based on my own personal experience and can be limited to the locales I visited.
Are you completely retarded? The world is not limited to the United States and to their standards and averages. Someone can be above average height in the United States and can still be considered short in many places in the world.
Rage, look at how personally he's taking this. Don't drop it. I personally take great satisfaction in seeing Phil come apart. Just press him. He's ripe and is on the verge of challenging you to a fight in real life.
This is now the second page of this discussion where I have clarified my statement, and pointed out that my experience is not representative of the statistical average of the United States.
This is what I said a page ago:
I even gave very reasonable explanations as to why my perception of average heights between the two nations might be warped. Make no mistake, next time I'll add an asterisk and explain why this is not a definitive representation of an entire nation.
You really are an idiot aren't you?
My perspective is not based on the average height of the entire nation of Canada you deranged fruit loop. I am half Tanzanian and half South-Eastern Slavic. I've lived most of my life in countries with varied populations compared to the US. The people in the US are on average shorter, even more so than Toronto based on my personal experience. What about my sentence is in anyway incorrect? I did not argue that the statistical average height of the US is lower than Canada.