It’s not flattering, it’s not validating and it’s not – then she doesn’t care how she makes your penis feel. Complaining that someone does something for “attention” – whether it’s a selfie, skimpy cosplay or wearing a swimsuit while streaming games on Twitch – is almost always about absolving yourself from getting caught looking. After all, who like to hear that they’re enchanting or that they’re the only cactus in your garden?
First rule of trying to talk to women social media: leave your dick out of it. Of course, this inevitably leads to complaints about how “guys can’t compliment women any more.” In fact, I’m glad you brought that up, convenient rhetorical device…
There’s nothing more likely to get you shut down than mentioning how turned on you are by somebody’s pics. Paying someone a sincere compliment is a regular part of flirting.
Even how the light falls would make for a good compliment.
“You’ve got great legs,” on the other hand, while true, isn’t.
Hell, I’ve ended up offering unsolicited – and ultimately unwanted – advice more times than I care to think about. However, the fact that you don’t to be insulting doesn’t mean that you weren’t.
The other problem is that, much like #notallmen, leaping into a stranger’s conversations because you can’t stand to let a perceived error go uncorrected tends to be less about fixing things and more making it about for you and just leaping in just increases the odds that you’re going to trip over your wang in the process.
If you want to compliment someone on Instagram or Facebook and stand out from the horde of douchebags flinging their dicks at her?
Compliment her on her Now, Arden’s clearly attractive and this picture is intended to be alluring.
In my time, I’ve been lucky enough to make friends with a number of awesome women who’ve been in the public eye.
From cosplayers to fetish pin-ups, burlesque dancers to lingerie models and the occasional reality TV star, much of their careers involved a heavy online presence.