When you look different or go in different directions in life, people ask you questions. That is just how the world works. They want to know what it’s like to skew from the norm. When I went to the University of Miami, instead of going to a school in Pennsylvania like all my friends, every guy (even my friend’s dads) asked me the same question every time I came home for breaks. It went something like this, “How’s Miami? I bet the chicks there are smoking hot, huh? You gettin’ a lot of broads? Any Latinas?” I mean, I fuckin’ wish I had a business card to respond to them.
And for tall people, like Logan (above), a 17-year-old high-school senior from Holly Springs, North Carolina, people ask you the same questions over and over again. Logan, clearly a much smarter person than me, decided to make a business card to avoid having to repeat himself ad nauseam.
Per NY MAG’s conversation with the recipient of the card:
“I’m 5 feet tall, so I obviously noticed he was much taller than me,” Heather explained via Twitter DM. “I asked him how tall he was and he said ‘6’7’ and my exact next words were ‘really?,’ so he pulled out his wallet and handed me that card.” Logan told me he purchased the cards online (“I saw them on iFunny years ago”) after complaining to some friends he was tired of all the basketball and weather jokes. “I bought 100 for $10,” Logan, who did play basketball for a few seasons when he was younger, explained. “Best investment yet.” He also said his stock is running low and estimates people ask him about his height between five and ten times every day.
Dynamite work, Logan.
[H/T NY Mag]