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    Friday, November 14, 2014

    The Secret on How Greg Slaughter Became a 7-Footer: Revealed! Read it here!




    At 7 feet tall, Ateneo de Manila University stand out and current Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Big Man Greg Slaughter is one of the biggest ballers in the PBA (Philippine Basketball Association). Due to his innate towering height and noticeable heft, he was often called GregZilla. But have you ever wondered how he became so tall?

    It has recently been revealed that Greg's father's height is 6'3 and his mother's height is 5'7. So that mean's if you're a man and your height is 6'3 above, you should marry a woman whose height is 5'7 above and vice-versa. There's a big chance that your offspring will be 7 feet tall if you will follow the pattern.

    But there's a plot twist. Both of Greg's parents were health physicists at Nuclear power plants. He could have been exposed to nuclear reactions when he was still a fetus. As a result, he became a 7-footer. (Just a theory).

    Photo C/O Mon Rubio

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