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23-Jun-2019 11:20

Hancock appeared on Lifetime’s Little Women: Atlanta, a reality show that focuses on women of short stature."Try to find a reality show that focuses on short men. So much for the writer's proof-reading skills and the websites' credibility.

Now planets in the solar system are accused of having "little man syndrome". The World's premiere short man bashing news website and all-around trash site, the Daily Mail out of London in the UK sees fit now to make President Donald Trump a VILLAIN because he described George Stephanopoulos as "Little George" at his August 22nd rally in Phoenix Arizona.

These people at the daily mail have to be the worst fu**ing hypocrites on the planet.

We mentioned in a recent broadcast that they will never stop either, that is, until they're made to stop."Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D. Weiss keep dropping jokes about Jon Snow's height into the script." We wonder what would happen if the two "creators" started "dropping jokes" about an actors' skin color. This is not the first article from Kenya that expresses hatred of short men.

Ruthless ones rounded up all short men and went at them hammer and tongs, leaving them for the dead. Even if you are loving, caring and understanding, but happen to be short, just get lost! Despite their upward mobility, fake height courtesy of high heels, big jobs and all, women still feel feminine and prefer male dominance, especially in the bedroom.This article was only one of many uk articles depicted on this website from more than one writer, wantonly labeling, disparaging, demeaning, and degrading short men (never short women).When President Trump disparages short men however, these bastards try to depict him as some sort of bad guy bully who likes to put people down.All their lives they would strive to be big - bigger than the others who had teased them as a child. It was the short men that caused all the trouble in the world.”The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Training Manual used to have a similar quote.

The photo that the dailymail depicts of the suspect makes him look 5'2" instead of 6'2". (knowing the dailytrash - uh - I mean dailymail like we do, I think we can safely assume the answer is yes.)Author of article states: “Woman’s World” shines with confidence, slyly winks in the face of internet trolls and men suffering from general short man syndrome and those aggressive insecurities that are quite frankly hilarious – though ever present – in today’s climate.Perhaps their repetition of the word "builder" is to subtly demonize him too.