When someone who is over 18 asks a question about how he/she looks, is it okay to say that they don't look attractive or that you don't like their style or is it unacceptable to say so? Whenever I say sth like that I get comments like: How dare you say that to her and that, this is not very nice to say... Why would people ask such a question if they don't want to face the truth?
Be honest, no matter what
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Lie and tell them that they look like the most attractive man/woman on planet Earth
This is tricky. People post pics of themselves for reassurance I think. And to me, there really is no UGLY people because I don't define it by who id sleep with vs who I wouldn't. I always say something positive to these posts because there is always something positive to say. "If you ain't got nothing nice to say, don't say nothing at all". :)
You should be honest and tell them the truth because that's what they want to hear. I don't say anything about their looks if I don't find them attractive because I feel that's rude to say to them, even though they asked the question.
Do not even bother about such people who say how dare y say that to them etc.. Just answer the q as the questioner too needs to know the truth. Sugar coating in such situations be avoide n only truth shall b told. Many a times they can take this something as a goal like to improve it by working out etc. And they too would highly appreciate an honest opinion only.
It's OK to be honest, but, be constructive with your criticism. They don't want to hear "you're fat", but rather, have you tried dieting more and exercising a certain way etc.. it helps them rather than just saying "you're fat". They know they probably are but it's not very nice thing to say to someone
I can't understand people, if you are not gonna tell the truth why do you lie like he/she's the hottest person world. Just dont say anything. All in all getting xpers is more important, isn't it? I hate that hypocrisy.
Despite what they say, people ask rates for attention and an ego boost. They hope to be told they're better looking than they think they are.
I'll give mediocre rates in a non-antagonistic tone. If someone is outright ugly, I just keep my mouth shut. I don't feel the need to bring them down. Just because they ask doesn't mean I'm compelled to answer.