A) "Hot", "sexy", etc.
B) "Pretty", "beautiful", "graceful", "lovely", etc.
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Beautiful. It's more of an all over compliment of my physical attributes and personality.
"Hot" implies that they just like your body. They don't care/don't see your personality or anything else. I don't want to be viewed as a sexual object.
Beautiful. It makes me feel like they like me for much more than my body.
Beautiful. It makes me feel like they find me attractive all over, my face, hair, smile, everything. But "hot" feels more like the type of thing a person would call you if they liked your butt.
Beautiful but definitely not graceful or lovely. Every time a certain person calls me lovely it cuts like a knife because I think "well he's never had a sexual thought about me..."
That's interesting. Why is "lovely" sexual?
It's not sexual, that's why I don't like it. Sounds like I'm an auntie or something.
I like to be called beautiful or pretty by strangers, friends and dates. But when in a long-relationship, I would like my boyfriend to call me beautiful aswell as sexy/hot. Does that make sense?
Id rather be called Pretty, beautiful, etc.
All of the slang terms like hot, sexy etc mean nothing to me.
Neither. I feel like "attractive" works
Why is that?
I feel like "beautiful" and "pretty" are used for the cutsie kind of girls and "hot" and "sexy" are just no.
Well if my boyfriend called me sexy once in a while I wouldn't mind, but beautiful and lovely is most of the time most appriciated for me.
I think both are most time dishonest for me. I like cute, pretty, or good looking better :)
At my age beautiful sounds nicer.
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As a girl that's always been called adorable (by guy friends, girl friends, and strangers alike), I would rather be called "hot" sometimes. I think most girls would like to hear the opposite of what they're usually called every once in a while.
One time a guy cashier around my age called me gorgeous, I nearly fell down and proposed on the spot just because I'm so not used to being called that, it was refreshing. For me it's the same thing when it comes to getting checked out by guys. My girl friends who get checked out all the time tend to "take it for granted", for lack of better words, whereas the occasions a guy bothers to look in my direction I practically melt because I'm so not used to being viewed in a physical/sexual manner. I'm generally the cute witty friendzoned chick lol.