Not sure really... based on I don't know if this was meant as a compliment or an insult... but from a girl friend I had a secret crush on "You're the type of guy a girl marries... not one she dates"
well i got one from my university Friend, when she wrote me Testimonial
"I dont know what should i write you Mr Einstien, Aristotle or some other genious..." on and on lolz
She Overrate me but whenever i read my testimonials, i cant stop smiling, when i reach her page
My girlfriend (who loves pets very much) once told me: "i love you like i love your dog.." I honestly don't know whether or not i should be glad about it! LOL hahaha
The greatest compliment I ever received was when my fiance told me that I was the best thing that had ever happened to him and that he hadn't known what love was until he met me. Aww!
I couldnt do it without you.-in personal life
As a doctor:-Thank you doc....
Someone complimented my smile and it blew me away. I thought it was very nice.
This may seem trite or silly to many of you, but it has become one of my favorite memories.......
Years ago, my hubby and I had gone out to eat at a nice restaraunt. He left the table between the main course and desert for a cigarette.
This act ruffeled my feathers a bit. No woman wants to be left alone at the table in a public ( and posh) place.......but, I married a smoker.......
It seemed that he had been gone for a very long time, and I began to feel deserted. I was trying hard to suppress my irritation...........when he finally appeared.
He said, " I have been gazing at you from across the room.......you look so lovely sitting there"..............my hubby is not known or appreciated for his smooth tongue, and I knew he meant it!
I was told, "Thank you for saving my life," by a friend I helped to get back on track.
You are awesome . I dont know but there is smth about the word "awesome" tingles me so much .
Men always tell me I am really smart. I would prefer they think I am beautiful but they seem to think I have a beutiful mind.
by kallini2010 5 years ago
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