Two questions...For starters all my friends my age and up to college age are always telling me how "i'm just so cute" or "gorgeous" while adults are always like "you are growing up to be so beautiful" But of course only only rarley does one of my friends call me "hot". I am from a concervative family I don't know if that would have anything to do with it or not...So guys, would you rather go out with a slim petite girl that is "Cute" or someone who is tall and "hot"? And is it better if a guy thinks your cute\pretty or hot?
Second, how can a girl tell if a guy is "checking her out'? A lot of guys seem to look at me and almost stop momentarily and stare at me for a second, when I'm out some days. Sometimes they'll even smile a little. Which is funny cause I have never thought of myself as "hot" or anything, because I'm so petite and not all tall and perfect...but a lot of people say I'm pretty (I look sorta exotic I guess because I am asian) So I just wanna know how you can tell?
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well, first, don't assume that tall=beautiful with women. I'm not into tall girls at all. I'm 6'2, but I like my girls to be 5'5 or less. I wouldn't rule anyone out exclusively on height, but I definitely prefer shorties, haha. not that there's anything wrong with being 5'11 either, just depends on individual preference. also, I know "hot" short girls and "cute" tall girls. they don't necessarily go hand in hand like you seem to think.
as for "cute" vs "hot"...it's tough to put into words. being petite can certainly add to the "cute" factor, but I'd say personality comes into play a lot there. if you're conservative like the rest of your family, you might come off as more "cute", because you might not dress provocatively. I don't know, it's all so abstract, plus context matters too. I might call a cute girl hot or a hot girl cute...i'm confusing myself as I type this, haha. but I don't think one is necessarily better than the other, and again, it's interchangeable in certain contexts. wish I could give you a more solid answer than that, but it's just so abstract you can't really nail it down.0