Okay, so I work in a grocery store as a cashier. (And honestly, I flipping love it. I know it's not some ground breaking work, but I genuinely like it.)
But anyway, APPARENTLY when I'm at my register I'm very "smiley" and just seem super happy. I smile at all the customers, and ask how they're doing and what not. And well I just keep getting compliments from customers, and more than half the time, the compliment is "You have such a pretty smile". Not always those exact words, but it's the same idea.
I'm just trying to work out if they might actually mean it as a genuine compliment, or if they're just trying to be nice and make light conversation. And the compliment comes from both men and women (usually older women). I don't know if that makes a difference, but yeah. So when people say something nice about your smile, do they actually mean it?
- Yes it's a real complimentVote A
- No, they're trying to be niceVote B
- Other (explain pretty please in the opinions?)Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
Yes it's a clear compliment but a really safe one. Much safer than saying, "hi there I'd really love to fuck your brains out"2
Most Helpful Girl
You must really have a genuine pretty smile, people can tell if someone is smiling with a fake smile i am guessing yours is warm and brightens the customers day, how lovely to see a smiling chashier than a sour faced one, you are a credit to your workplace.1