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I've always done this and I've also had a reputation for being conceited. I once agreed with a guy that I was beautiful and he went so ballistic that I feared for myself. So please be careful. There are a lot of examples of women being killed simply for hurting someone's ego.
I always just accept the compliment gracefully by saying thank you. Never had anyone react negatively to that. I wont ring my own bell though and say "oh I know I look hot". That just sounds vain. And vanity isn't pretty. Each to their own. I just think a simple thank you will suffice. And whoever is giving the compliment should be happy with such.
"I've had SEVERAL men tell me they found "thanks" an offensive reply to a compliment given to a woman 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂— TheDevil's Sidechick (@FeministaJones) May 13, 2017"
Then why give the compliment.
I always think that if you refuse the compliment by saying something like, oh no, I'm this or that, my hair isn't pretty, I'm average at best, or whatever, it comes across as fishing for more compliments. I just always say, Thank you (whether I agree or not). Then I get told, "You need to learn how to take a compliment." So, I can't agree, I can't appreciate it, and I can't disagree. Maybe there's some kind of hand signal we can use when someone says something nice. A nice, neutral gesture.
Dude: Nice body! You look hot!Me: YupDude: ...How dare you not be affected by my compliment? Don't you know that my opinion, the opinion of a stranger who immediately thought about banging you, should matter to you more than your own self esteem! You fucking narcissist! I'm going to insult/rape/threaten you with murderMe: Lolz not lolz. You're such a douche.
This I blame on the ATTENTION SEEKING WOMEN....for some Reason over the years, women became so involved with getting men's attention they will take any kind they can get So now men think they can act any way they want towards a woman, say whatever they like and still grab that woman's attention, it's sad.. No one likes rejection certainly not a man! For some women they have to get justification from a man telling them they are pretty or else they can't feel that way smh big media problem we have today .... Look at the not so good looking women wearing nothing calling herself fat or not looking so good today for attention they get over 500+ likes and a ton of comments of how they think she looks so good... whereas a good looking, clothed woman gets not even 50 should be the other way around smh men want a confident woman in the bedroom not outside because she causes a threat to him .. she Knows what she can attract and it's usually NOT A MAN LIKE HIM!! Don't think this will ever change, just gotta find that one man that deserves your time and holds your attention without calling out names or acting as though he is a child.
I hate it when you tell someone they look nice or their hair looks good and they say no I don't or no it doesn't. Or. No I'm ugly. I don't waste my compliments, I don't say it If I don't mean it. Or I compliment their pic and they break themselves down and pick out every flaw.
I been scrolling up and down this threads, going into comments and reading replies... Where are all the men to defend themselves here? Too many women with the same shared experiences and guys have nothing to say for themselves except "I've never seen or done it so you must be over exaggerating".. Come on guys, we've gotta stand up for ourselves like the brave macho men we are! Lol
A guys responding negatively to a woman accepting his compliment says a lot his own insecurity and lack of maturity when dealing with rejection. While I'm sure it happens too often, I don't think it represents the way the majority of men would respond. If you don't care that much about s compliment (or, more significanly, are indifferent to the person giving the compliment) then do not give any negative response to acknowledging it more weight than it deserves. We're mostly adults here.
If you have a great body, chances are you worked real hard for it with lunges, squats, cardio and more. You have the right to own it!