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jayneeo
Monday, January 14, 2008, 10:22pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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can a hunter or explorer be short? a woman, under 5ft. 3"...for example? motly its all proportions, but at some point height nust come into it..
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My son is 4'10" and is 20yrs old he is an Explorer. So yes he is short.
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I'm just under 5'1 and an Explorer. I will need to have someone measure my upper and lower legs again to be absolutely sure. My measurements are only 1/2" different.

I do fit the Explorer description health-wise and personality wise in many ways. My fingerprints also fit the description. But I'm definitely petite and also an ecto-mesomorph, not a mesomorph. I have slim bones but I can build muscle fairly easily - so easily that I have to be careful otherwise my upper thighs really bulk up.
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good to know, now how about hunter?
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I am 5'7" and I am a Hunter.  I am wondering if my sisters (also O blood type) are also Hunters but they are both several inches shorter than I am.  One is 5'4" and the other 5'3".  They still need to do measuring and fingerprints. One knows she is a non-secretor but the other does not know her secretor status. They have both had high metabolisms most of their life and both follow BTD fairly strictly.
I will let you know when we find out their GT.
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I think that the height descriptions are merely the typical heights for each GenoType.  Teachers are supposed to be short, but I'm 5'8-1/2", which is about 95th percentile for women of my generation.


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Quoted from jayneeo
can a hunter or explorer be short? a woman, under 5ft. 3"...for example? motly its all proportions, but at some point height nust come into it..


I'm 5'1"..



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ahhh, thank you A. C.  
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My Mum is a Hunter and she is 4ft 10in tall,  


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I'm a Hunter and I'm definitely not getting drafted in the NBA anytime soon... and that's some serious British understatement.
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I think there might as well be some relativity as well. I can't definitely be considered tall with 172 cm height. But then I've come to realise that I indeed am the tallest in my extended family. I'm taller than my parents, grandparents, my sister, my cousins, and their children.

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