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Originally posted by Double_Diamonds
hey bro, i'm 15. i'm 6'6. let's just say that that is definetly not average lol.
Originally posted by Levex
If you're asking this question..you're short. Deal with it.
Yes, 5'7" (175cm) will generally be considered as "short".Originally posted by Don_Joffe
so someone please answer my question 175 centimetres tall is that recognized as being short?
It sure isn't where I live. Damn it.Originally posted by Alpine
Just wondering, is there a place in the world where the average height is say 5' 4" and the girls are blonde and generally pretty?
Originally posted by diablo
Yes, 5'7" (175cm) will generally be considered as "short".
Originally posted by Alpine
THe 1st world war brought the average height down 2"
The 2nd world war brought down the average height by an inch.
Since the war average hieght has gone up 1/2" a decade.
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Why the hell do we need to learn the metric system?Originally posted by jakethasnake
5'7" is 170 cm.
5'9" is 175 cm.
There are approximately 2.5 centimeters in an inch.
One of my biggest pet peeves are Americans who are too monkey-brained to bother to learn the metric system, when pretty much the rest of the civilized world uses it. It's just ignorance.
man, metric system is used all over the world, unlike american system. it's also used by scientists, yes even american ones...Originally posted by Derek Flint
Why the hell do we need to learn the metric system?
To appease a bunch of Europeans?
I use the metric system about as often as a Frenchmen uses soap.