I mean a bit of both. I'd never date a sister, but you need to be someone I connect with and feel comfortable around. You know, kinda like a not-sibling.
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The protecting aspect never crossed my mind. When I think of someone as cute I fell like cuddling them but I wouldn't think they are less manly
Fair enough. I've been called cute before (Few days ago) and I felt mixed feelings. Guess its not so bad?For me, cute means what I said above. I have that desire to protect, but I guess that's specific to me.
I prefer a woman who says both in their appropriate times.
Nothing wrong with that.😉
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@Vivaan123 Not a fan of hyperbole, I see.
... unless it's like, "You're cute. I would totally agree to date you if you want." Then I like it.
The main ones I like tend to be related to the body like "you're hot". I found those a more reliable indicator of desire. Confusing ones to me are like, "you're cute", "you're smart", "you're handsome", things of this sort. It's not always clear to me what the girl wants in those cases.
I think many girls are not brave enough to randomly call someone hot. Cute is the safer option but it still means you're good looking
yeah that is true, i also think that when a girl uses the word cute its also their way of saying hot
i said last night that you're cute😉😊cos you're cute😊😘
@celin98 You and me both 😏☺️💋
I'd still call jean claude cute if he did something nice for me or others or has a dimple when he smiles. Any person could be cute. I use it in a sexual and non sexual way.
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Okay. I will remember that. :)
Yeah you actually kinda do look like puppies to us 😂