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89 lbs at the age of 24 of 4ft 11 inch. Is it OK?

What do you have to say about a girl who is 24 years old and weighs 89 pounds and is 4 11''?
Just say anything that you have to say. 89 pounds is approximately 40 Kilograms.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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  User's Response
You are just petite. Just make sure you exercise enough (but not too much), so you can develop a nice body, and not look too skinny. My advice would be to do some weight training mostly. Wear high heels ALWAYS and pants that make you look taller, don't wear bell-bottoms or capris and don't wear clunky shoes or ones with straps around the ankles, they will make your legs look even shorter. Wear your hair at shoulder legnth and NOT longer, this also makes you look shorter. Most importantly: Don't pay attention to people who say rude things they are probably jealous(and fat), make the best out of the body you have, I bet if your spirit is kept positive, you will look even better!
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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You're small :) I was that height and weighed that much when I was in 7th grade before puberty. Being petite is pretty good because it's cute, IMO ^-^

Answered: Tue, 23 Feb 2010
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