It is arguably true and norm that most women prefer tall dark and handsome men to short men. Apparently, this seems definitely true for one short-statured man identified as Ian Anzina based at Kayole, Nairobi city.
Speaking during an exclusive Tuko interview, Ian made it known to the host, Brian Ajon that despite having a crush on many women throughout his lifetime, he always ended up loser in seduction games as all the women he tried his luck on always rejected him for being short.
It is finally a breakthrough for Ian as one random lady has already seen something in him that the rest of his admirers never saw.
He divulged on the first meeting with the lady he is currently dating, he had no phone to constantly keep communications ties her.
Good still, when he told his father about her, he was so touched beyond happiness and he bought him a phone as he had always wished to see him with a love partner in his life.
"I told my father that I had met this lady and I was interested in her. He was so happy that I had finally found my perfect match. He bought me a phone so that I can be in constant communication with her," he said.
Meanwhile, it's like nearly a dream come true for Ian as he has disclosed that he is looking forwad to ask the lady for a hand in marriage
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