Yeah I discovered the following Tall People's Fetish site called TheTallestMan.com. http://www.thetallestman.com/ The people on that site are morbidly obsessed with tall people aka extremely tall people like over 7 or 8 feet tall! Not only do they have an enormous gallery of pictures and videos for various "giants" on their "site" but they also have a laughable forum decided to guess what...? If you guessed, TALL PEOPLE (actually EXTREMELY TALL PEOPLE) you are CORRECT. http://www.thetallestman.com/whoisthetallest/viewforum.php?f=4 Here's a prime example of the ridiculousness of the topics discussed on the forums. http://www.thetallestman.com/whoisthetallest/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=872 ^^^The people on that forum arguing over how tall some giant supposedly was...aka shit nobody cares about besides themselves. There is also another site dedicated to debating about the most asinine, pointless topic of How Tall Various "Celebrities" Are called CelebHeights... http://www.celebheights.com/ The above site is essentially no different from the TallestMan.com in nature EXCEPT they argue and discuss about the heights of various "celebrities" of all heights ranging from midgets like Verne Troyer to giants like Robert Wadlow...something people should really care about don't you think (sarcasm)? Here's an example of the fail from CelebHeights... http://www.celebheights.com/s/Robert-Wadlow-817.html The above two sites or any other similar fetish/fan sites about tall/short people and people's height should seriously have an Encyclopedia Dramatica article about them due to the fact that their sheer existence is lulzy faildom equivalent to the puke-inducing faggotry expressed in either Furries, Weeboos, or any other obssessive fantard diseases on the Internet. So what do you guys think? Should somebody start writing an article on those website(s)? Your material for research is provided in the above links. I already have some decent knowledge on those sites from lurking on them for the past year or two. I think they can be a great source of lulz for us at Encyclopedia Dramatica.