If Tila Tequila lied about being allergic to alcohol, what's there to say she isn't lying about being 4'11" tall?
Before she went and started deleting a buncha shit from her Twitter, presumably on orders from Asher Roth's publicist, Tila Tequila wrote that she couldn't have been drunk the night of the Shanghai Surprise (as I've coined it), because she's allergic to alcohol, and that's how she got the name Tila Tequila, because of the irony. But then someone went and dug up a tweet from the night of the incident about how drunk she was. It was even spelled wrong, and you know an Asian broad has to be good and lit, before she starts misspelling shit. She also wrote that she's only 4'11" tall, I guess to make Shawne Merriman choking the shit out of her seem even more heinous. (Her lawyer probably told her to say that.)
In researching my post for XXL yesterday about the Shanghai Surprise, I found out that the height cutoff for midget, according to Little People of America, is 4'10" tall. I couldn't find where a specific height is mentioned on the LPA website, and I wasn't about to stick around (too many scary pictures), but I was able to corroborate the 4'10 cutoff point on a number of other sites. Apparently, that's the height a lot of places use to determine eligibility for handicap parking permits, even though I'm not sure if midgets should be driving in the first place. What if one of the phone books shifts during a hairpin turn?
Anyway, if 4'10 is the cutoff point for midget, and Tila Tequila claims to be 4'11, how do we know she's not adding an extra inch onto her height, so people won't know she's a midget? It's not like we deal with enough adults that short to know the difference between 4'10 and 4'11, the way you can tell if a girl is really 5'10, like Cindy Crawford. (Tall girls make me feel a little bit funny, like when we used to climb the rope in gym class.) For all we know, Tila Tequila could be 4'9. Someone with that kind of access might need to bumrush her with a tape measure.