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Re: [Rollei] Re: Short People, Watches and Pinky Rings

GK. and Austin

When you referred that the jewelry wearing was proportional to the
shortness of the male, I didn't realize that it was height that was the
measure.  I was imagining you two looking over the dividers in men's
rest rooms :-).


TrueBadger   wrote:

> In a message dated 5/30/2003 11:51:55 AM Eastern Standard Time, rhuber   writes:
> >
> >
> > At 08:51 PM 5/29/2003 -0400, you wrote:
> > >Austin:
> > >
> > >Thanks.  At the risk of triggering still another PC reaction, it's my
> > >observation (from limited samples, of course), that the shorter the male,
> > >the more likely he is to have the pinky rings and the diamond-encrusted watch.
> > >
> > >G King
> >
> > I just have a cheap watch, but my stainless steel pinky ring was given to
> > me in college upon graduating from engineering school.  An ethical reminder
> > to not build bridges that collapse and other such
> > annoyances. I happen to
> > be 6'2" tall. :)
> That's great, but it does not in any way refute my observation.  Since you're an engineer you surely know about atypical samples. Now, if you carefully observe the next 100 or so pinky rings you see on males, and estimate the heights of those wearing them, and find that the preponderance of those observed are indeed above average height, then you will have my attention.
> G. King