Okay ladies, I have had two sports analogies in my head for a long time relating to how size matters. Let me (and others) know what you think of the accurracy of the analogies. (This was partially inspired by the "size queen traitor" thread). #1: Height is a significant factor when playing basketball. It is true that a shorter guy can be a great b-ball layer. Take Steve Nash, for example, one of the shorter guys in the NBA but has won two MVPs in a row. Also, I think we all know of very tall guys who can't play ball to save their lives. Buy at the end of the day I think we could all agree that one's height play a role in one's ability to play b-ball. #2: It has been said "it is not the size of the dog in the fight, but rather rather the size of the fight in the dog." I can appreciate this viewpoint. However, the heavyweight champion would still be the clear favorite over the lightweight or even middle weigh champ, right?