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When I was in college, one of my guy friends said that he had to do a homework assignment, which asked "If you were a food, what would you be, and why?" My friend said that I would be salad, because I could be anything, just like salad with a variety of vegetables in it. Then he went on complimenting on my knowledge, I think personality and appearance (?), etc. which I was too touched to remember. (I did eat salads whenever my friends got together to eat, and I loved vegetables, so I was surprised by his answer, but more so by his reasoning)11
A friend said I am Astute, but I can't remember why... It was really nice though. I appreciate when people use uncommon words. And if you can use more than 3 in a sentence, ill admire you for a long time.
Diligent and ingenious, I've also been called by guy friends, and it makes my heart sing. Of course I like it when they call me adorable. A friend said he appreciated the way I dress, saying it was unique and that he didn't see it in other girls..
But non-common words are the best. It shows you put some thought (:10
"You know that warm fuzzy happy place built of clouds and shit you're supposed to go when shit is too real and you need a hug? My place is inside your pussy."95
Only where understanding will be matched there no needs to any compliments but sm girls who have mindless she expected compliments... just say her beauty with brain ;-)0
Don't mind me, here to take notes144
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The best compliment that I've ever received from a guy was that I was his dream girl. I didn't know exactly how to react it was kind of a mix between flustered, happy, scared, and just flattered. And just thinking that I could be that guy's perfect girl made my heart flutter. So I would have to say it's the best compliment I've ever received.21
I think it has more depending on how the compliment is delivered. I always like compliments that focus on my skills more than looks, looks I get a lot but, for example, I had a guy who looked through my sketchbook and said he found my art skills sexy. However, the best compliment I got was from an ex. We had been camping and while we were still kinda waking up the next morning he just kinda half awake turned to look at me and said, "You're so beautiful." It was from such a genuine and loving place from his tone and the whole setting that I don't think I'll ever forget it. Even though he was an ass 98% of the time lol30
The best compliment I've gotten from a guy was about how I could manage to brighten up his day with our conversations.61
Ummm hard to pick only one... guys have been so kind to me... Maybe "I would've loved to have you. Any guy who'd get to be with you with be a very lucky man", that's a really flattering one...
Or that "your father brought you up so well", and and and "you're beautiful"...30
He's my best friend and my one and only but we had been cuddling and had fallen asleep with each other. He wakes up and he looked at me until I woke up and he said "I see you and I mean truly see you. Your beautiful inside and out. Your amazing at everything you do and I'm lucky to have you." It made my heart just melt31
A friend told few years back that he likes being next to me because he feels comfortable even if we're in complete silence.
Best non-verbal compliment when two of my uni colleagues literally cried to some joke of mine, and they still do when they remember it, and that was a year and a half ago.30
One of my female co-workers said I'm very discreet. It was a compliment because she said it while she was gossiping about our boss. That compliments means a lot to me because I take pride in being trustworthy, it means the world to me when someone trust me and I trust them.
Another compliment I've gotten that I still remember because it was so different and a sweet is "you look so innocent but probably got the most guilt". I don't know for sure if the person meant it in a bad way or good, i don't care because it's the truth. I look so innocent but I've done somethings that I wish I could undo. The compliment made me feel like the person read my soul and that's special.10
When got complimented over how hard working and intelligent I am52
So we where making out and he said, “you’re so...”
And I was like, “what? Tell me.”
And he said, “unique. I’ve never met anyone like you before.”
Cheesy, yes, but it felt real good.50
I once went on a date with a guy that on the end said to me that was the best date he had on a intelectual level. That was like the best thing anyone said to me, because I really have much more to give than just my looks and someone realised that33
I've had lots of nice compliments, but, the best I got was being told the beauty in my heart reflects my appearance haha. I think that just means I'm beautiful.40
"Why can't there be more like you?"
"I've fantasized over that moment with you a million times even while with other girls and I can't get you out of my head."24
"you're like a piece of sky'. I LOVED that. It was during a text conversation at night. He told me that before i told him i'm obsessed with sunrises/sunsets and the night sky. It was a long time ago, tho20
My loyalty, willingness to support and be open to all my spouse's needs and desires; if they were honest (even if they weren't mine or I didn't have that need or desire.) Made me absolutely irresistible.10
"You're hot." I always feel ugly, so it was like a breath of fresh air. It made me feel good because no one ever gives me compliments.30
"Your eyes are the most beautiful eyes I have ever seen." This shows pure attraction. If you look into her eyes, and say that, she will know your attraction to her.30
you're the type of guy that id want my daughter to date...
best ever compliment you can ever get from a bro63
I've never been complimented straight to my face in real life. I usually hear from a coworker or a friend that *insert name* said I'm cute or pretty.20
A guy complimented my perfume it was more how he said it lol had me thinking about it for days23
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My LT at work paid me the highest compliment. I take great pride in being good at my job and he recognized that during the annual performance review.
He said that I had impeccable levels of integrity, work ethic, kindness, compassion, intelligence, and de-escalating skills. He told me that I was a joy to have on his shift and that he could always trust that any task assigned to me would be completed accurately and in record time. But the real kicker was that he told me that I was too smart and ambitious for my current position and that while he was honored that someone with as much talent as myself had deemed the job good enough, his hope for me was that I'd move on to do bigger and better things for which I was apparently better suited. He ended his assessment by saying that if I stuck around much longer I'd wind up being his boss lol
So... for someone who takes such pride in her work ethic and doing a good job, it felt amazing to be recognized and appreciated for it.