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Earlier this year, British and Dutch researchers studied more than 12,000 couples in the UK to compile data specifically on their height differences.

The study found that in 92.5 per cent of couples, the man was taller.

One 2004 study found that the taller you are, the more you earn.

In fact, according to that study, a person who is 6 feet tall would be predicted to earn nearly 6,000 more over the course of a 30-year career than someone who clocks in at 5 feet 5 inches.

Another study found that short men live longer than tall men, so there’s that too!

Also, another study found that short men had more SEX! Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 6: 396-401.

She writes: 'There's just something appealing about tall men.

'When it comes to romantic partners, men and women tend to sort themselves out so that they form pairs of similar height.

Interestingly, a study has also found that homosexual men also decide their preferences for men as dating partners based on which role they play in the relationship (the dominant or submissive). The end result might bring tears, but there is no sense ignoring good hard science. Mirror, Mirror…The Importance of Looks in Everyday Life.

By acknowledging the reality of the situation, you can use your approaches on women more selectively and sparingly, you can employ lifts in your shoes or you can use one of those stretching machines!

In real-world terms, heightism can translate into fewer dollars, relationships and children for shorter men.

Tall Men and Money For "Blink," Gladwell polled about half of the Fortune 500 companies and found that the majority of their CEOs were tall, white men, and: After analyzing the results of four large-scale studies, Judge and co-author Daniel Cable, a business professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel-Hill, found that extra inches could add up to thousands of dollars.