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The Height of Cyburbia

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Doitnow

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I'm a lean and mean 5' 10" male weighing in at a comfortable 145#.
Hey! at 6' and 70 kg
I thought I'd be unique but PlannerByday beat me to it.
So I would say that I am lean but not very mean. ;-)

PS:
(I've always been thin n lanky but now I think I am gaining weight slowly as I am getting to be an experienced planner day by day)
 

BKM

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I am quite short (5'7 or so). As for weight-if it wasn't for a little bit of cycling and a lot of walking, we are talking Danny DeVito here :(

I GOTTA get my act in gear. But, I've been saying that for years.
 

pete-rock

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Looks like martini at 6-5 (196 cm) wins for the men, and Habanero and hindered share the women's title at 5-11 (180 cm).

Congratulations on having tall genes. ;)

Although I'm convinced somebody said they were 6-9; was it Bear Up North?

After a quick scan of the posts it looks like the mean for guys is about 5-10 (178 cm), and 5-5 for women (165 cm).
 

Planderella

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pete-rock said:
Looks like martini at 6-5 (196 cm) wins for the men, and Habanero and hindered share the women's title at 5-11 (180 cm).

Congratulations on having tall genes. ;)

Although I'm convinced somebody said they were 6-9; was it Bear Up North?

After a quick scan of the posts it looks like the mean for guys is about 5-10 (178 cm), and 5-5 for women (165 cm).

Since the winners have been announced, I think it's safe to close this thread. On to the next contest. ;)
 
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