Where can you measure your height in SHK

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Where can you measure your height in SHK

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That isn't at the doctors?
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FFS!! Pencil, wall, tape measure, sorted.
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What a weird question. Don't wear any shoes or socks, then ask your dad to make a mark on the wall, then measure it. Don't forget to write the date and your age on the wall near the mark to differentiate from your siblings.
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hanno wrote: Sat May 13, 2017 3:53 am FFS!! Pencil, wall, tape measure, sorted.
Question posted at 12.43 am, which is only 2 hrs 17 minutes short of 3am :D
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question
how do I flush the toilet if my hands are hurting?

ffs
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SinnSisamouth wrote: Sat May 13, 2017 11:15 am question
how do I flush the toilet if my hands are hurting?

ffs
Get your cat to do it :lol:

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Needs to be accurate.

Do any pharmacies do it? Any place that has scales with height equipment too?

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Me too. I'm done.
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I've not seen any basic stuff like scales and calipers about town. There is some sort of government nurse as she was the one who stuck the boy.
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LionsLeftTesticle wrote: Sat May 13, 2017 12:19 pm Needs to be accurate.

Do any pharmacies do it? Any place that has scales with height equipment too?

SS you are a very sad sad man and you make me feel depressed please add me to your blocked list.
the most accurate way to measure your height is to open your hand and spread your fingers,
measure the length between the tip of your thumb and the tip of your pinky finger, (A)
you then measure from the tip of your big toe to the ball of your heel (B)
you times A x B = C
the last measurement you need is from the floor to the top of you knee cap (D)
again times C x D = E
you then put E into a pan with roughly 350ml of water (id recommend bottled water not tap)
simmer on low heat for roughly 10-12 minutes, turning occasionally,
once cooked this will give you measurement F
F = your height, accurate to 1mm
i hope this helps
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