whenever i post a picture of me where i'm pixelated and also standing behind something, even a little bit, y'all better appreciate that because it's NOT EASY
anyway i am tall
@monorail Holly Glaceon behind a tree a little bit: hello
@BestGirlGrace i'll have you know i'm behind TWO trees, also hello
@monorail ol "two trees" holly, they call her
@BestGirlGrace "You look like that really tall glaceon! ...That would have been funnier if I could remember her name, what's that fool's name?"
@monorail "Glaceon... tallgirl"
@BestGirlGrace "There's literally... You just described, like, five different glaceons."
@monorail "You know, she won, uhhh, Last Glaceon Standing."
@attachedComposer yeah :3
@monorail v v good
@attachedComposer thank you!!!!! that's me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@monorail yes that's u!
@monorail approx 70 ft tall!
if reference link is correct about 7 storeys and each storey being 10 feet (according to a quora I found on google, the internet search engine that anyone can query)
@deejvalen i'm 82' tall, this building has fairly tall storeys
@monorail any significance on the height in particular?
Also perfectly squared off at 82 feet huh
@deejvalen no, it just shook out that way
and it's actually 82'2" but i rounded down for the sake of not bogging down the sentence :P
@monorail 82'2" (repeating) ok got it
@monorail @deejvalen Public buildings tend to have taller than average storeys, usually having aproximately 10 foot tall ceolings and then a two foot ceiling space between the ceiling of the floor below and the floor of the floor above, used for duct work and other infrastructure routing. 🙂
residential buildings tend to have 8 or 9 foot ceilings (most commonly 8) with 12-20 inch ceiling space (most commonly 18, at least here in the northeast)
that appears to be a public building rahter than a residential building so 7 storeys would be between 18 and 84 feet, give or take
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