• You are fortunate. Learn to play the piano with those hands!
  • What's your address?
  • Honest answer: I dont know whether you are a freak or not. But there are some interesting differences between the proportions of male and female body parts...and my point is...(stop cracking up!) ...the way men's torso's are proportionately shorter and their legs proportionately longer than womens. (That's how come a tall man can sit at a table with a short woman at the same eye-level.) Maybe this applies to hands...
  • Having big (long) hands IMO is a definite advantage in everyday life. You can hold things more easily and when slapping people, it's going to hurt a lot more than with small hands! I have huge hands even for my height (7,3). My hand measures nearly 27 cm long from middlefinger tip to wrist!
  • Every girl I have ever gone out with has had bigger hands than me. The girl I am sseing now is 5'8" and I am 5'9" but her hands are much larger than mine. It bothered me at first but knowing it doesn't bother her makes me feel ok about it eventhough her hands are about 1 1/2 inches longer and 1" wider than my hands. It's funny to look at and the ring she wears on her ring finger just falls right off my middle finger. So, no... you're not a freak. You just have to find the right guy!
  • Man hands, eh?
  • I hate to break this to you, but, yes, you are a freak. You picture belongs in the circus right up there with the yak woman and bat boy. But you know what they say about women with big hands, right?!?
  • If your hands dwarfed Andre the Giants than could be officially labled.
  • THere was a question about this a little while ago. And I mentioned in that one that my hands are longer than my husband's hands but his hands are very wide. We've never thought either of us were weird or odd, though his hands are very short for a guys, hard to fit well fitting gloves for instance.
  • No you are not, cos neither you nor the ones that claim you are a freak, created that hand or can even create it so ask the one who set the standards

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