Power cords: does length matter?

This is a serious question, however if you don’t believe that anything about power cords matter, and you feel the need to make a joke out of the question, feel free.

Anyway: I have noted that all the stock power cords that have been provided by the manufacturers for my equipment are about six feet long. After looking at various aftermarket power cords on the internet, I note that they can be ordered in various lengths from one meter on up.

I would think that the shortest possible power cord in any given application would be desirable (meaning one meter if it would work), but I find that a lot of notions I had about things like this are often wrong (such as what I very recently posted on misc about manually tripping breakers to protect components). So am I also mistaken about selecting lengths of power cords?

TIA for any and all legitimate consideration and answers to this question, and to all others, enjoy the laughs.

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Matt, ime, keep power cables under 2 meters, if at all possible, and allow room for the bending and routing of them, keeping them as far away from the speaker and all interconnect cables, however possible with minimal parallel runs between them. My best, MrD.

"Keep power chords under 2 meters if possible"... LOL! Because we all know that electrical properties change drastically once power travels more than this. It just never ends what people still post on this site.

@jasonbourne71 another brilliant statement from you 🤣, and you have company, as it turns out. Using wire hanger material as you suggested sounds dull and lifeless in the higher frequencies, and over blown in the bass. I have experimented with it many years ago. My best, MrD.