On the bright side, your risk of developing several cancers is significantly lower than for tall guys: "In the meta-analysis of the prospective observational studies, we found a 12% increased risk of colorectal cancer, a 7% increased risk of prostate cancer, and a 6% increased risk of lung cancer for every ten-centimeter increase in height, and this increased risk was corroborated in the Mendelian randomization analyses for colorectal (58%) and lung cancer (10%)." (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5012582/)It's like... I go into a night club and I can't even see which way to the bar. Because everyone around me is taller. Or the other week I was driving home drunk and the cops stopped me. They pulled their guns and said "Get out of the car!" But when I actually stepped out, they kind of laughed and shrugged and put their guns back in their holsters. They said "How far do you live from here? Just walk home kid, be safe." KID??? It's like they didn't even think I was dangerous enough to arrest for driving falling-down drunk from the three beers I drank.So I am trying to think of some tattoos to make me taller. Here are some ideas:Paul BunyanThat really big transformer - Optimus Prime?Maybe like a ruler, but the notches are a little closer together than they would be on a real ruler, so it makes it look like there are more of them.Maybe like a bowling ball, or a wrecking ball, or something really big and badass.Like a barbarian or something else that signifies kicking ass.Barbed wire around my biceps - what they lack in size they make up for by being... wiry???????? - a skyscraper?What do you think, what tattoo can I get to be a little BIGGER???
Why not?There isn’t anyone who names their kid Kelvin."
Indeed! She had never heard of it... Inconceivable!Why not?There isn’t anyone who names their kid Kelvin."
If I had children I would consider it. In fact, if I had three children, let's say a boy and two girls, or even two boys and one girl, I might name them Kelvin, Farrah, and Celcy.
If he has a fever, the doctor will stick a thermometer in him and report the temperature in Kelvin.Mother renames her son to match her misspelled tattoo of his original name
"I had never heard the name ‘Kelvin’ before. There isn’t anyone who names their kid Kelvin."