I'm a 6'2" redhead – men say I'd 'be pretty' if I wasn't so tall, but people think they're just 'insecure' | The Sun

A STATUESQUE redhead has been described as model material, despite being told otherwise by her shorter peers.

She need not have worried about their opinion of her height for too long, however.

Most of her followers have been effusive in their adoration and have told her to ignore short unconfident guys.

Lilly Ryan, (@_lillyryann), a Miami University student, measures in at an Amazonian six-foot-two-inches tall.

Her willowy height compared with her strawberry-colored hair makes for a stunning combination.

But she has experienced some negative comments and is weary of hearing the same questions.

If she's heard them once, she's heard them 100 times.

In a post to her TikTok, she listed some of the typical inquiries she's had to endure.

Top of the list was the baffling: “You’re pretty but you’re too tall.”

Incredibly, she's also been asked: “Why are you 6’ 2”?”

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Next up lacked originality: “Do you play basketball?”

Begging disbelief, she remained cool-eyed as she quoted the last comment: “Damn girl you’re tall. Why are your legs long?”

But Lilly had a kick butt response to all of them: “You f**king delusional.”

Should there be any doubt left, she confirmed her sporting status: "No I do not play basketball."

There was a lot of support – and admiration – for her post, attracting over 22,000 likes.

As far as they were concerned, there was nothing wrong with her height.

“Okay, but we all know with your looks you could totally be a model," was the view of one fan.

There were also lots of fellow six-foot-plus women: “Yo, I’m 6’3: wanna go grab stuff off the top shelf at Walmart together," joked this follower.

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Confirmation from at least one viewer that statuesque women were pretty popular: “Tall girls complain all the time, I don’t know why, Lots of guys love tall women.”

The final comment gave some good advice: “You’re beautiful. Don’t listen to those insecure boys that can’t handle your height."

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