i know most girls like to be called pretty or beautiful, or at least i do.. but when a guy tells me that he thinks i am pretty, what should i say back other then thank you- like do guys like to be called hott? sexy? something else? i usually say that someone is very attractive but is there somthing that guys like to be called...? thanks
I guess it's because the difference between pretty/beautiful for girls is like the difference between hot&cute&sexy/handsome for guys. I know i'd rather be called beautiful than just "pretty". ;] [ rk9's advice column | Ask rk9 A Question ]
livelaughlove96 answered Monday July 2 2007, 11:20 am: for questions like this i go to the magazines (they aremy bible) haha its funny yous ay that casue earlier i was reading a article that said gusy like affection to and alot of guys said they liek to be called handsome. so yea. liek other people said normally guys aent looking for a compliment back. but if you jsut want to compliment them thats what i suggest =) [ livelaughlove96's advice column | Ask livelaughlove96 A Question ]
xXxPuNki-PiXiExXx answered Monday July 2 2007, 4:33 am: Lol when guys say your pretty i dont think they're really asking for a compliment back. Whenever my boyfriend says im pretty i giggle and say hes pretty to lol then he usually says "aww your so cute" But if a guy does say that to you, he's usually cracking on to you so you should just go with it. Smile and say thankyou would be plenty. If you want to compliment him back just say "Your pretty cute yourself" nothing in particular. Any compliment is going to boost his ego lol Love xXxPuNki-PiXiExXx [ xXxPuNki-PiXiExXx's advice column | Ask xXxPuNki-PiXiExXx A Question ]
FREEZEPOP answered Monday July 2 2007, 3:46 am: haha i don't think there's anything too specific guys like to be called. i call my boyfriend cute (: but, hott works too, you know, really, whatever works for you. hott, sexy, cute. guys can be all different categories. :D [ FREEZEPOP's advice column | Ask FREEZEPOP A Question ]
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