How do you deal with a female who constantly compliments you?
I have a friend who keeps saying "Im very cute" and always wants to talk. Whats the best way to deal w her?
It depends on it you want her to continue. If you like it then do nothing and say thank you. If you do not like it, tell her that your are flattered but it makes you feel uncomfortable.
I gather by the term "deal with her" you do not like it. Be polite and tell her so -- but if you ask me "Me thinks the man protests too much"
Next time she says that you're cute, say thanks, I know.... This is the Charlie Sheen approach from Two and a Half Men. You could also say thanks for the compliment, that's what my girl always tells me. Ask her what it is that she wants to talk to you about. All women like to be heard. She probably likes you and wants to know if you feel the same. Tell her something along these lines... You're a nice person and I enjoy your company very much; however, I'm not looking for a relationship at this time. I wouldn't do a friends with benefits either because you are giving her false hope and besides if she is a friend, that would just ruin the friendship. Hope this helps.
Apparently she likes you. The fairest thing is to let her know there is someone else if you are not interested to not waste your time and hers. I think it can be done without hurting feelings if said the right way.
she is genuine.. she is real.. stay with her.. take care of her. be nice to her. yes!
a female who compliments you constantly obviously fancies you treat her nice and ask her why the many compliments in a nice way.
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