# Thread: 6' foot 3 womens

1. ## 6' foot 3 womens

I just have to say, everywhere I go these chics are wearing 5-in thick soles on there sandals, open toed shoes, other shoe kinds.

Today, this broad at my work was wearing a BOOT with a 3-in thick sole and a 6 inch HEEL on top of that - she was 6 foot 3 inches tall becuase of her shoes and she was talking to me and I had to look up to speak to her. What the hell is going on, I feel like I should wear stilts to work - I'm 5'10 but she still towered over me. My little brother brings over his girlfriends who are 13 and they are as tall as me and I feel really unconfortable walking into face to face a 13 year old. Chics are not meant to be tall, it's not GODS way put a period.

Give me a break with the shoes already, thank you!

2. you're 5'10'' ? LOL. Im only 15yrs old and i'm 5'11'' and still growing

3. face! That's mean :P But even if girls wear those shoes, they should be THAT much taller, unless they are tall already in the first place.

4. A 6 inch heel PLUS the SOLE was like 3-inches, she's 5'7 regularly.

5. Well, 5"7' is pretty tall already, no wonder

6. >>you're 5'10'' ? LOL. Im only 15yrs old and i'm 5'11'' and still growing

What good is height when you don't use it.... SMACK!!!!!!!!

7. *Magos is confused*

Can't we make the metric system a global standard???
How long is an inch anyway?

8. an inch is like 2.54cm

i quickly whipped up this program to convert for you:
Code:
```#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <ctype.h>

float split(char *sp, char *unit)
{
char s[20];
int i, k = 0;

for(i = 0; !isalpha(sp[i]); i++)
{
s[i] = sp[i];
}
s[i] = '\0';

for(; sp[i] != '\n'; i++)
{
unit[k] = sp[i];
k++;
}
unit[k] = '\0';
return atoi(s);
}

int convert(char *sp)
{
char unit[3];
float x = split(sp,unit);
if(!stricmp(unit,"in"))
{
x = x * 2.54;
printf("%fcm\n",x);
}
else if(!stricmp(unit,"cm"))
{
x = x / 2.54;
printf("%fin\n",x);
}
else
printf("No unit or invalid unit specified.\n");
}

int main(void)
{
char inp[20];
char unit[3];

printf("Enter amount to be converted, eg (5cm or 6in)\n> ");
fgets(inp, 20, stdin);
convert(inp);

return 0;
}```
problems are it crashes if you dont specify a unit, and it doesnt take floating point input (because i used atoi)

9. There is this girl in some of my classes that is tall, in addition to those 5-6 inch heels she wears, usually in the form of knee-high boots. She has to duck to get through a lot of the doors.

10. I know girls who are around 5 7 and wear these boots. I think they look sexy as hell, i like em.

Being 6 1 i guess i'm not affected :P

11. >i quickly whipped up this program to convert for you:
Too long, let's tighten it up a bit.
Code:
`print ( ( \$ARGV[0] =~ s/in|cm//i, \$& =~ /in/ ) ? \$ARGV[0] * 2.54 : \$ARGV[0] * .394 ) if \$#ARGV >= 0;`
-Prelude

12. Originally posted by face_master
you're 5'10'' ? LOL. Im only 15yrs old and i'm 5'11'' and still growing
I'm 5'1" and I'm 18 years old!

Yeah, yuck it up!

13. As stupid as this may sound, there are times that heels make us feel more confident about ourselves...I don't know why, but I love wearing heels even though they can be very uncomfortable. And you should know that there are jobs who actually REQUIRE women to wear heels. Oh and not just any heels, they want a minimum of 3 inches...

14. Eurhm, you first put the amount of feet then a ' behind that
then the remaining amount in inches with a " behind it, right?

15. Originally posted by Prelude
>i quickly whipped up this program to convert for you:
Too long, let's tighten it up a bit.
Code:
`print ( ( \$ARGV[0] =~ s/in|cm//i, \$& =~ /in/ ) ? \$ARGV[0] * 2.54 : \$ARGV[0] * .394 ) if \$#ARGV >= 0;`
-Prelude

Tighten a bit? Nice.........