People have this weird idea that petite girls are sweet and innocent.
Obviously, they've never spent much time around these dangerous creatures.
Having dated my share of small gals, one of whom I ended up marrying, I can assure you they're totally cray-cray!
One good example of an adorable little woman who's in fact bonkers is Emma Roberts.
The 22-year-old stars in the new hit comedy We're The Millers, which opens in theatres here today.
It's the story of a small-time drug dealer, David (Jason Sudeikis), who's forced to smuggle a huge shipment of marijuana into the US.
In order to get past customs officials, he disguises himself as a suburban dad, and hires a group of losers to act as his family - stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston) as his wife, nerd Kenny (Will Poulter) as his son and street kid Casey (Roberts) as his daughter.
Roberts is alarmingly believable as a tough and trampy punk.
It certainly seems a more natural fit than her squeaky-clean Nancy Drew character.
Based on extensive Wikipedia research and his own deep personal knowledge of terrifying short chicks, Jason Johnson exposes the ostensibly wholesome Roberts for the wild child she really is.