A North Carolina teen has a cheeky solution to questions he receives about his height.

Logan, of Holly Springs, gave his classmate Heather a business card after she asked how tall he is.

Heather posted an image of the card on Twitter this week, writing: "omg so this kid I'm doin a group project with is mad tall n I asked him how tall he was and he pulled out his wallet n handed me this."

It says: "Yes, I am tall. You're very observant for noticing."

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The card lists Logan's height as 6'7" - and says "Yes, really" in parentheses.

Logan's card also includes the lines "No I don't play basketball," "The weather is perfect up here," and "I'm so glad we had this conversation."

Logan is pictured standing next to his classmate Heather. Photo / Twitter
Logan is pictured standing next to his classmate Heather. Photo / Twitter

Heather told New York Magazine: "I'm 5 feet tall, so I obviously noticed he was much taller than me.

"I asked him how tall he was and he said '6'7' and my exact next words were 'really?,' so he pulled out his wallet and handed me that card."

Logan told the website that he'd was sick of basketball and weather jokes and bought the cards on the Internet.

"I saw them on iFunny years ago," he said. Logan said he "bought 100 for $1," calling the purchase his "best investment yet".

The 17-year-old revealed to New York Magazine he's running out of cards.