Compliments a Compliment

This homeless guy said I had a nice ass when I walked by. First compliment I have gotten from a guy in months. I don't know whether to be mortified or take it as a compliment because I work hard for this body and its nice to be noticed.

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Cedric

Nov 9, 2018 at 11:38am

Maybe you should try and "save" him?

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a lesson in appreciation

Nov 9, 2018 at 3:42pm

Isn't this funny. We ask for things from the Universe and we complain that we don't get them. Someone says it's because you aren't open to receive and you say that you are. Then this guy gives you a compliment and your first go-to is to debate it. That is why, when you pray for things, you don't get them. That's right. You aren't open to receiving. Who cares who it is? It's someone being kind in their own way, complimenting you. It's kindness given to you. Thank him and be happy that your ass brings in good words directed to you. Open the flow so more can come. Bask in the good that comes and quit judging about the source (and maybe next time you ask the Universe for validation, be more specific). Be open to receiving and you will get more. Refuse, and you will always be left wanting in life.
Would you rather that he calls you an ugly freak? I mean, you judged him as awful because of his circumstance without know anything about his character, you have no idea about his history and you see fit to judge him and the kindness he didn't have to give you. Will that be better? Have him match your judgement with ugly words directed personally to you? Think about that.

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Why be mortified?

Nov 9, 2018 at 4:57pm

A guy is a guy as a compliment is a compliment. His homelessness doesn’t make him any less of a guy.

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"First compliment I have gotten from a guy in months"

Nov 9, 2018 at 5:58pm

As a male who has never received a complement in his life, am I supposed to feel sorry for you?

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Whoa

Nov 9, 2018 at 8:06pm

I have a bit of a problem with this. As a woman I’m not happy having total strangers tell me what they think of my body. I don’t care who it is. For some reason men assume that they’re free to tell me what they think about it, and I find that offensive. I don’t go around telling them how nice their ass is even if I’m privately thinking that. It’s a matter of basic respect and it should go both ways.

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The Homeless

Nov 10, 2018 at 10:20am

Guy can get away with it.
The normal guy with a job etc can be accused of sexual assault,get a criminal record,and never find a job again.

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@whoa

Nov 10, 2018 at 12:27pm

Donn't worry. Nobody will ever tell you that look attractive. You are so militant that I'm sure nobody will even approach you. And this lack of appreciation of compliments is why, women, you are seeing the abandonment of men even thinking of approaching you. Sit alone, feel ignored. Nobody will notice the effort you put on to get noticed. You will be treated as invisible. Women like this poster has set all of you up for a pretty lonely existence. And I'll be that you, @whoa, are not the majority. None of you have thought out what you do want, so busy of telling us what you don't. Figure it out and get back to the men, and let's see if all of you can come to some consensus. Otherwise....sit alone being invisible.

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Anonymous

Nov 10, 2018 at 2:58pm

Catcallers will shout anything at anyone. One time a man yelled "nice tits" at my while I was wearing a jacket that fully covered me.

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Assumptions

Nov 10, 2018 at 3:49pm

What makes you think he is homeless? If you don't know for sure, then you are making an assumption.

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Anonymous

Nov 10, 2018 at 6:26pm

Two guys grabbed me yesterday, one tried to grab my shoulder when I was leaving the skytrain the other was this tool in class. Keep your fucking hands to yourself, period.

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