Bend down low!


Its one of several age old questions that has followed partygoers around the world for EVER.

My version of it is would you DANCE with someone significantly taller or shorter than yourself and if you have preferences…why?

I’m happy to report that a significant number of responders don’t watch face/height/anyting….only waist!

For those with a preference most women had a problem with short men and most men with a preference had a problem with tall women.

I have to agree with one of my readers that when we were young EVERYONE had to get a wine.

Girl too short…go down on one knee if you have to!

Girl too tall….bounce the back of their knees and push down on the hips to make them get lower! (Hell, push dem down on the ground if you have to)

No escape…the wine had to be relinquished!

Now, with slightly advancing age, things are changing.  When a go down low song comes on, instead of taking on the challenge I kiss my teeth and wait patiently for the girl to come back up.  It’s fair to say that if I have to bend down to wine with you and you are standing up straight…..its not going to happen.  And it’s not that I don’t find short girls attractive, some short girls have it going on (and they seem to never run from any challenge).

The opposite also applies.  I have come across girls with amazing bodies, but the bam bam reaches me in the navel unless I tip toe and they squat…..a humbling experience to say the least.

I think that I have reached the age where its about having fun but also about using my precious time and energy for what I know is best for me….I know from experience that the girl should be between 5’3″ and 5’8″ for the best wining experience.  I will only go outside these limits if the body or wine is THAT good.

Fellas…chime in.  What do you think about this issue?

Ladies…what are your thoughts?

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