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Hmmm. Dunno. I guess it depends who is saying it.
I get called sexy, beautiful, and cute rather a lot by random people. (That sounds absurdly obnoxious, but I'm just making a statement, not bragging or anything. It always catches me off guard because I see myself as plain looking.)
PRETTY: A few little kids I was teaching once said I looked pretty on the day of a big presentation (which actually made me smile from ear to ear that the little ones would thing to offer a compliment).
CUTE: I think I'm too old to be called "cute" but people like to say I'm "sweet" -- which is confusing as I thought they were the same.
SEXY: "Sexy," I might believe; I just sort of am, though I can't tell you what makes or breaks it.
BEAUTIFUL: "Beautiful"? Sounds like a stretch. I do have a rare moment (see "pretty"/"sexy"), but if someone started gushing on and on I'd think they were being fake.
So where does that leave us? With "Hey sexy"/"Hey beautiful", a rose and a smile.1