Buzz·Posted on 7 Apr 201618 Important Life Skills All Short Girls Must LearnMostly just climbing on things.by Natalya LobanovaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Being really well acquainted with peoples' backs. thehardtimes.net 2. Using kitchen counters as climbing props. Twitter: @wtvrkaty 3. Using just about anything as a climbing prop. imgur.com 4. Just getting lots of exercise form the amount of climbing you have to do to reach things. Twitter: @shaniashelley 5. Hemming. Twitter: @adifferentface Trousers, skirts, sleeves, just about everything. 6. Knowing your exact height. gaypasta.tumblr.com To the third decimal point. 7. Being patient when people assume you're about 15. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Starz! "Haha, yes, you may see my ID, even though I am much older than you and a seasoned drinker." 8. Just being OK with never knowing what is going on. Twitter: @GreysonMN Because there is no way in hell you can see to the front of the crowd. 9. Sacrificing yourself and sitting in cramped places because you don't need that much leg space. Twitter: @chloe_bradders You're a team player and frankly, a saint. 10. Being creative with where you can shop. Twitter: @shorty4life11 Like the kids' section. 11. Accepting that you're never going to see your reflection. Twitter: @StephUlan 12. Moving your legs at twice the speed of everyone else when walking. Twitter: @Van_essa_12 13. Speaking even louder than everyone else in noisy places to save others having to bend down to hear you. Twitter: @5footboon 14. Making average-sized people feel tall. Twitter: @The_names_Angel 15. Never forgetting your sunglasses because the visor in the car doesn't go low enough to actually block the sun from your eyes. Twitter: @Kerry_Ingram 16. Being patient when people tell you you're short. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Paramount Pictures / MTV Wow, I never noticed!! Thanks!!! 17. Not letting your size stop you from taking up 80% of the bed. imgur.com 18. Making tall people feel really helpful. Twitter: @kamryn_plechot You're welcome.