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  • RolandDeschain wrote:Slightly over 5'11".


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  • 5' 7"
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  • 5'10"
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  • I'm a pehawk clone. 5'9"/180.
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  • So, is somebody writing this down?

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  • It got moved in favor of a post about Percy Harvin, a post about how we should sign Freeney and Woodson and a bunch of happy birthday posts, so I lost track of it.
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  • Wilson's height down to the 5/8ths of an inch... and still 20lbs lighter than pehawk, nevermind Wilson.
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  • Tech Worlds wrote:6' 2" 200

    Canadian exchange rate? Looked more like 5'3 103 to me. Cute though.
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  • Dom is having Rob syndrome.
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  • It sounds funny but if you lay down you can get your true height. It will add an inch or so.

    Our fatness works the bones and knees over the years.
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  • Snohomie wrote:Wilson's height down to the 5/8ths of an inch... and still 20lbs lighter than pehawk, nevermind Wilson.


    Not sure if bragging? My shirts are large in the arms...no flab son...hard time at home and a bowflex.
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  • 5"10/165
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  • 5'10" without my hat.
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  • Maybe 5' 7".
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  • 6'2"
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  • 6'2"
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  • Spokane wrote:It sounds funny but if you lay down you can get your true height. It will add an inch or so.

    Our fatness works the bones and knees over the years.


    If I lay down I'm only 6" tall. But I tell the wife I'm 12" tall... :mrgreen:
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  • pehawk wrote:
    Snohomie wrote:Wilson's height down to the 5/8ths of an inch... and still 20lbs lighter than pehawk, nevermind Wilson.


    Not sure if bragging? My shirts are large in the arms...no flab son...hard time at home and a bowflex.


    Not at all. Just bemoaning my inability to add (good) weight despite frequent lifting.
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  • 5'10 3/4"

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  • Snohomie wrote:
    pehawk wrote:
    Snohomie wrote:Wilson's height down to the 5/8ths of an inch... and still 20lbs lighter than pehawk, nevermind Wilson.


    Not sure if bragging? My shirts are large in the arms...no flab son...hard time at home and a bowflex.


    Not at all. Just bemoaning my inability to add (good) weight despite frequent lifting.


    Stop curling in the squat rack and do some actual squats, youngster.
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  • 6' 1" and around 260. And I mean a round 260. Gotta get back on the bike.
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  • 6' 2"

    Always wanted to be 6'4" so I could dunk a basketball, but wasn't granted those last two inches. I'll be grabbing rim for the rest of my life.
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  • After this years playoffs I would wager that the average .netter can't see over the steering wheel without a box to sit on.

    And wasn't or just barely old enough to have a drivers license.

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  • The Radish wrote:After this years playoffs I would wager that the average .netter can't see over the steering wheel without a box to sit on.

    And wasn't or just barely old enough to have a drivers license.

    :141847_bnono:


    And half of them post in the Shack! :141847_bnono:
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  • Snohomie wrote:
    pehawk wrote:
    Snohomie wrote:Wilson's height down to the 5/8ths of an inch... and still 20lbs lighter than pehawk, nevermind Wilson.


    Not sure if bragging? My shirts are large in the arms...no flab son...hard time at home and a bowflex.


    Not at all. Just bemoaning my inability to add (good) weight despite frequent lifting.


    Same deal, here, Kyle... 'til I hit about 35, that is.

    Then I put on some weight in glorious beer + crappy knee laziness fatness.
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  • seahawk2k wrote:6' 2"

    Always wanted to be 6'4" so I could dunk a basketball, but wasn't granted those last two inches. I'll be grabbing rim for the rest of my life.


    You don't understand aging. ;)
    And this post is not directed at anyone personally.
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  • I bet after 30 answers it's about the same as the natl avg. (which I have no idea what it is)
    i'm 5'11" and 3/16..haha

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  • 6' 6 1/2", 255 lbs. and about 10-15 of those pounds went on when I quit smoking 6 1/2 years ago and have never come back off. Worth it though.
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  • 5'11 and 5/7 I have always wanted to be 6'4" though
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