OUT OF NOWHERE, the guy I've liked for about 9 years sent me a text that said "Hey beautiful ;)" , and I am pretty ecstatic. That is an EXTREMELY rare thing for him to do.
So I was wondering, guys, when you say that to a girl, what does it really mean?
Is it generic just like saying "hey" or do you think this has more value?
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Usually I try that with girls I'm interested in. But if they're friends and I know they've been feeling really bad about themselves and their looks, I will compliment them and call them "gorgeous."
Usually I reserve "beautiful" for girls that I really think ARE beautiful. If I'm angry with you, or I don't want to talk with you, and you've been on my case A LOT, then I purposely stop calling girls beautiful.
If I'm mad at you, but I love you, you'll probably still get a "beautiful" in there as a nickname. But the longer we're arguing and fighting, over little things, and the more I see really bad behavior, the less likely I am to still want to be around, calling you sweet names.
So, it could mean something, or it could just be a generic hello with a little flirt in there. Hard to tell.0