In an Of Mice and Men parody I want to write, Of Rats and Women, there is a 30 years old woman named Léonie Petit (her surname is ironic, because petit is a French adjective that means small/little/short/petite, and she is a tall person) (she is a Lennie Small expy) (an expy is an exported character) that has the following features:
- Léonie Petit has proportional gigantism: she is 2.04 meters tall.
- She has a deep nasally voice (she sounds like Jessica Darrow, Luisa Madrigal's voice actress from Lin-Manuel Miranda's Encanto if she had nose cancer).
- Petit has elongated facial features.
- She is described to be as smart as a dog (that means she is mildly intellectually disabled) (to be exact, Petit has high emotional, and naturalistic intelligences, but low mathematical, and linguistic intelligences) (Léonie Petit talks like the Hulk from Disney's Marvel Multiverse, in other words, she talks in the third singular person without conjugating).
So, I wonder of there is a real life genetic disease characterised by both proportional gigantism and intellectual disability?