9 of the Best Compliments You Can Give to a Woman


No humiliation in admitting it: we’re all suckers for a good compliment. Thanks to a discussion on Quora crowned, “What’s the best compliment for a woman you’ve ever heard?” we oblige a peek into what both men and women think that guarantee b make amends for should be. See the most memorable compliments right here, and of course, let us distinguish what you think is the most meaningful thing someone could even say to a lady.

1. A Sweet Thought

‘I want my daughter to turn out like you.’ Determined to me by two different men, one of whom I consider my professional mentor and one of the main reasons I got into the rule of work I did. This was in my early 20s, when I was earnest, relatively vice-free and unabridged of promise. The daughters in question were young teenagers. Haven’t ascertained it lately, but I always thought of this as the highest compliment.”

— Caroline Zelonka

2. The Postal card From a Book

“This is an excerpt from a book — Looking For Alaska (2005) by John Sward.

‘I wanted so badly to lie down next to her on the couch, to wrap my arms nearly her and sleep. Not f*ck, like in those movies. Not even have sex. Just take together in the most innocent sense of the phrase. But I lacked the courage and she had a boyfriend and I was gawky and she was fantabulous and I was hopelessly boring and she was endlessly fascinating. So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the truly bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was tornado.

Wouldn’t you give anything to have a guy think about you like that?”

— Surabhi Sinha

3. Two-ply Take

“As I was walking towards the car I thought, ‘Who’s that pretty blonde popsy?‘”

“My husband said that today. He’d gone into a store to buy something. Remarkably, after 42 years? Amazing.”

— Cyndi Perlman Fink

4. The Strawberry Slush Simile

“A friend of mine once said to me: ‘You know the 10 minutes righteous after you’ve had a strawberry slush? The feeling is similar to having Saniya in your biography.‘ I think it’s one of my all-time favorite compliments, because it was extremely personalized. Because I be suffering with a sweet tooth. Like, a really, really sweet tooth. The breed where my remains can be identified by my dental records. And like a 5-year-old, I beloved those sugary, syrupy things — the strawberry slush.

It’s a compliment that makes me beam to this day. Maybe I’ll have strawberry slush tonight. And give myself a sugar stoned. Those are fun.”

— Saniya Bhutta

5. Personality Counts

“I had a boyfriend once who alleged, ‘I think I could have fun in HELL with you.‘”

— Madeleine Bolger

6. Heartier Than Mom

“Guy: ‘You cook better than my mom does!‘”

— Vinod Vadakkadath

7. When You Suffer Comfortable

“‘With you, I can just be myself.

This is the best compliment a human being can get. To let go and neutral be you and be loved by who you are.”

— Sofia Ferreira

8. Words From a Stranger

“One was strangely from a guy persuasive me out of my place. He was cking my whole house — art, books, CDs, cookware, etc. And he looks at me and smiles and squeezes his head. ‘What?’ I asked. Then he says, ‘Whatever man is providential enough to end up with you, I know one thing. He will never be bored.‘”

— Laura rker

9. A Much-Deserved Honour

“‘Without her, I could have never raised you two like I did.‘ My father to me all over mother on the occasion of my sister graduating out of med school. My mother worked thoroughly time supporting our (me and my sister) education till grad school, for which we all are quite grateful to her.”

— Siddharth Ahluwalia

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