Ladies...If a stranger walked up to you in a public place and complimented your beauty, what would your mental reaction be?

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Ladies...If a stranger walked up to you in a public place and complimented your beauty, what would your mental reaction be?

Martiniman Martiniman
Freaked out?
Scared?
Would it make you feel good?
Offended?
Proud?
Maybe something else?
03/04/2013
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chicmichiw chicmichiw
I was walking down the street when a man stopped, looked me right in the eye and just said, "You are sexy." He didn't attempt to approach me or anything and he didn't have any tone of voice or other indicators that make me feel threatened. So I guess it was nice? I said thanks.
03/04/2013
Ansley Ansley
It would quite literally make my day so long as they were a) sincere instead of lecherous b) keeping their distance and c) not aggressive if I didn't respond.
03/04/2013
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Wonder How drunk are they?
03/04/2013
Ansley Ansley
Quote:
Originally posted by Chilipepper
Wonder How drunk are they?
Stop it. Don't make me sick Airen on you. She spanks with a heavy hand.

Oh wait, but you might like that...
03/04/2013
Chelynn67 Chelynn67
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
Freaked out?
Scared?
Would it make you feel good?
Offended?
Proud?
Maybe something else?
It would depend on the situation and how he acted when saying it.
03/04/2013
Missy27 Missy27
I would be flattered. Although I am not good at taking compliments, in a casual stranger situation, I would be receptive and appreciative.
03/04/2013
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
It makes me flattered. It happens to me all the time so I am used to it.
03/04/2013
jr2012 jr2012
I would like it as long as it's not sexual or creepy! I love compliments...but then again, who doesn't?
03/04/2013
anonkitty anonkitty
My mind always go blank, and I react by going: "Err. Thanks?"
03/04/2013
Deeder Deeder
I'd automatically think the guy were a creeper and keep my hand close to my gun.
03/04/2013
Sbmsvschoolgirl Sbmsvschoolgirl
I went bowling the other night and the girl in the lane next to me complimented my hair. Made me feel pretty good. A few guys have told me I look like I should be in modeling, I cant decide if its just a commonly used line or if I should look into modeling lol.

Usually I'm flattered and also a little uncomfortable when someone compliments my looks.
03/04/2013
Zandrock Zandrock
If he said it nicely I would feel happy.
03/04/2013
apple4me apple4me
It depends on what was said. I walk pretty much every where and usually get harassed, so comments like "You got a nice ass!" aren't really something I consider a compliment. But If a man came up to me, said I was beautiful, and then introduced himself. Then that is something that would make my day.
03/05/2013
Strider Strider
Quote:
Originally posted by Ansley
It would quite literally make my day so long as they were a) sincere instead of lecherous b) keeping their distance and c) not aggressive if I didn't respond.
Sometimes what you said and other times kind of a wide eyed "why are you talking to me?"
03/06/2013
KrazyKandy KrazyKandy
I would blush, smile and say thank you.
03/06/2013
Qozt Qozt
It depends on how he said it. If he wasn't being creepy or aggressive I'd be flattered I guess.
03/06/2013
surreptitious surreptitious
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
Freaked out?
Scared?
Would it make you feel good?
Offended?
Proud?
Maybe something else?
It really depends on the person and how they do it. I mean, in the past, I've experienced almost all of those feelings when it's happened. If it's done casually, not in an attempt to pick me up or start anything more than a friendly conversation, I'm usually flattered and wind up thinking about it for quite some time after. On the other end of the spectrum, if it's done in a cheeky sort of way (I once had a salesman stop in the middle of his pitch, look pointedly at my chest and say something along the lines of "Wow. I just can't help but tell you that those are fantastic."), that usually leaves me feeling puffed up too. Especially if the person complimenting me is attractive.

Attractiveness doesn't give someone a free pass, though. If they give off bad or creepy vibes, seem like they're talking to me to impress their friends or go on and on about my beauty in ways that it clearly doesn't merit, I'm mostly just annoyed. I kept a whole wall of phone numbers in my first year of college and almost half of them were free for call (my drunk friends could do whatever they liked with those numbers) because I'd told the guy that I wasn't interested and didn't want his number but he just wouldn't leave.

I don't think that I've ever been offended when it's happened, but I've definitely been freaked out before. There were these two older men who followed me around a club that I was at and kept trying to hold my hand and buy me drinks, and it was actually kind of terrifying. Moreso because they kept appearing out of nowhere, grabbing me and pulling me towards them than because they said that I was pretty, but I kind of took it to be a package deal.
03/06/2013
vulvalicious vulvalicious
Quote:
Originally posted by Deeder
I'd automatically think the guy were a creeper and keep my hand close to my gun.
I like this response. In today's world, I don't trust anyone's motives and am always on the defensive.
03/07/2013
Living Doll Living Doll
I'd be flattered as long as said person wasn't creepy and weird about it.
03/07/2013
hillys hillys
I'd feel pretty good about myself but be a little embarrassed.
03/07/2013
captainsgirl captainsgirl
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
Freaked out?
Scared?
Would it make you feel good?
Offended?
Proud?
Maybe something else?
i would feel good, but proably slightly shy
03/07/2013
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
Freaked out?
Scared?
Would it make you feel good?
Offended?
Proud?
Maybe something else?
I'm not sleeping with you. lol.
03/07/2013
bog bog
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
Freaked out?
Scared?
Would it make you feel good?
Offended?
Proud?
Maybe something else?
I'll take some innocent flattery any day! Sadly, so often it is not innocent at all, but rather the start of some boundary-testing "what can I get away with?"

Not "would she like it if I touch her knee...?" but "will she let me touch her...?"

I think a lot of women have had so many negative experiences - not with an innocent "Thank you for being beautiful" but with creepy creepers - that it makes it hard not to be on the defensive.
03/07/2013
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