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Male height in Norway

As of 2015, Norway is the fourth smallest nation on earth. The average muslims marriage man there is 5'9.

Average male height in Norway is 5'9.25 Norwegian men have edmonton muslim a longer head of hair than men in any other country. In 2012, the average height of a Norwegian man was 5'9.75. It seems Norway is the only country on earth that's obsessed with its hair length.

Norway has a very low male obesity rate. As of 2013, just 0.5 percent of Norwegian men were obese, a lower rate than all other countries. However, there is still a high rate of obesity among Norwegian men, with an average of 7.5 percent . If you're an aspiring Norwegian male, don't be surprised if you're at an all time high in fat.

The average height of Norwegian women was 5'10.50. This may seem low, but the female obesity rate of 15.1 percent is the worst on the planet. But when you take into account the other countries, such as Russia where women are even worse, the difference between women and men in this particular country is actually quite small. The average weight of women in Russia is just 10.2 pounds while the average of men in Russia is 16.7 pounds. There is a very good reason for this disparity; the diet and lifestyle of Norwegian men is very different from that of the women.

In Norway the average Norwegian male is taller than the average Norwegian woman. The men are often 5'6.5 to 5'7.5 inches taller, and even taller than some of the taller women. It's not all due to their diets, either. Norwegian men are more active than men in other countries; the Norwegian men don't have a gym membership. Their gym membership is much more likely to be a fitness class, which they use to get fit. In Norway, many Norwegians work part-time. The average Norwegian man works 60 hours a week; in Iceland, where the average man works 55 hours a week, and most of the time, no men work at all. They are the most well-off among the men of all countries. In Norway, only 14% of the population owns a home, and indian matrimonial sites in canada 50% of those people own neither a house nor land. The average Norwegian is between 40 and 50 years old, while in Iceland, the average man is 37.5 years old. In the USA, the average is 35. 4 years old, and in Norway the average is 39.2 years old. So, you know what you'll find in Iceland? The average. It's the best, because if you're a male, chances are you're the tallest male of the world. I don't see why that would be a problem, unless you're an overweight woman, in which case you'll be out of luck. The average height for women in the Middle East is 8.5 to 9.5 inches tall, which is the uae girls same as that of a white male, so it's no problem for them either.

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