That also-awkward stage when you can put it back into a teensy-tiny ponytail. Some people will assume you're gay as though having short hair has anything to do with sexual orientation. All your yoga pants are destroyed on the bottom from constantly dragging on the ground. Though you would gladly accept a Reese's Pieces if offered. Regardless, you have some kind of apology tucked into the back of your mind, just in case you pass along your hobbit genes to your future spawn. Shorts and skirts are really short on you.
People genuinely think it's okay to pick you up without asking. That cute skirt may look like it's just the right length in the ads, but on you, your butt is on display. When you wear a hat, all your hair disappears. You have to use product every day. When you go get a trim for your pixie cut and come out looking like Ross Gellar.
Just a sea of hats. You have to grab the metal part of the elliptical handles, because the padded portion is above your shoulder line. You get stuck in the middle seat on road trips even though that seat is equally uncomfortable no matter your leg length. People find jokes about your height to be endlessly hilarious. Haha, oh, Mark, you're hilarious! For problems that only girls with long hair will understand,. Here are 29 struggles that she-hobbits face every day: 1.
When you want it to be longer. Even regular ole chairs leave your feet dangling. Friends and family may think it's funny to haul you over their shoulders, but it's actually really aggressive and uncomfortable. It personally offends people when you wear high heels. If you're feeling self-conscious one day and don't want to stand out, it's pretty tough when you literally stand above everyone else. You and your hairdresser basically have to be best friends since you need haircuts almost as regularly as you take a shower.
Beds are almost always too small. And yes, it's just as awkward as it sounds. Since you are not bigger than they are, they will never take you seriously as an authority figure. I hardly ever find myself staring down at a guy; I can squeeze into small spaces, and I probably could have excelled as professional limbo champion. You hear friends say they go months between haircuts and find that as improbable as somebody not liking pizza. And I have to remind myself this was intentional but then you run your fingers down your neck and feel that little nub and there's a lot fear in your heart, guys. You can't even look casual in a white tee and sweatpants.
Making out with a tall dude is a workout. Petite and average folks can do backseats. My eternal struggle with short hair has always been that the second I cut it off, I want it to be longer. And just forget about airplane bathrooms. When you're driving, the steering wheel is basically in your lap. No, the top of your head is not the same as a puppy's, begging to be petted and scratched behind the ears.
Don't even think about trying to cross your legs under one. Short girls are even pretty intelligent if you observe them and that adds charm to their cuteness. And they have way more questions about that, due to The Britney Spears Incident. They say being a tall girl is hard and being a short guy is a real struggle, but let me tell you right now: Being a petite female is no stroll through the park. When you want to grow it out, but that will take the next 90 years. If you don't, you are basically a foot shorter than all your coworkers.
Nothing fits right You stare enviously at average-height girls who pull off trends you would never even dream of trying. I can't wrap some long luxurious hair around my cold neck. Grocery shopping is an exercise in flirting. I am not a puppy. No, for real though — finding the perfect strapless bra takes forever.
You have to walk twice as fast as your tall friends. At concerts, everyone acts like you're ruining their night. The mirrors are placed a little too high at times. If your haircut is horrible, people. Hope you have space for a small ladder. People feel entitled to pat your head.