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    Question Scrawniness

    So there's something, I was wondering if it's something common to IFP's, IF's, introverts in general, whatever.

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    R U scrawny?

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    I am, &

    BOY IS IT EVER A BLAST!!!

    Actually it isn't bad when I'm standing & moving thru a crowd. I'm 5'11, above-avg. height, but significantly below averge weight, 140 lbs. I have really thin bones & small hands, like a tall girl.

    & I've always been this way. Except now (or since I was 17) I can at least use the slightly more dignified word "slight" since I'm taller than most people. Obviously though I don't care much about it anymore. Back when I was shorter than everyone less than 2 years younger than me, however, I cared about it a lot.

    I don't think it made me more introverted-- if anything less while I was a kid since I had to cause a lot of ruckus to get noticed by anyone-- but I have read that introverts are often either smaller or skinner than that 'other' kind of people. Paradoxically I only got really weird-introverted after I started getting taller, & then got progressively weirder as I grew a foot from age 15-17.

    But I was wondering if I(F(P))'s do in fact tend to be smaller or more slightly-built than others, whether as kids or adults.

    R U scrawny?

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    i'm tallish and skinny, and i've always been skinny. i'm 5'8 and like 115-120 right now. and a girl btw

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    Were U a fat baby?

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    Despite going to the gym on a regular basis, my wrists are bonier that Jack Skellington's.

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