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This is a discussion on "Cute?" within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; I'm never called sexy- it's always weird and cute. I'm good with that...

  1. #41
    INFP - The Idealists

    I'm never called sexy- it's always weird and cute.
    I'm good with that

  2. #42
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by thecaterpillar View Post
    Don't listen to this. It's not true. I think my husband is cute and he certainly isn't gay. I don't equate "gay" with "cute". Two completely different things.
    Completely agree with you, completely disagree with Pakaa (no offense.)

  3. #43
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Lad View Post
    I used to get cute all the time growing up.
    Maybe those looks have faded, now I just get "dork," lol.

    I did get called "pretty" a few months ago by some girl that had a crush on me. I'm still traumatized by that... who calls a guy pretty!? Ever since then, I've been scruffier than ever... I'm rugged!
    Really, Mr. Lad? She probably meant it in the sweetest of ways back then. I personally find it lovely if I am considered pretty. Somebody special called me beautiful a week ago, and it made my world. I understand your feelings, 'cause it seems you were rather shocked at the term (perhaps considering it a more womanly compliment.) I think most compliments are genderless, though. Saying pretty to a man is not common, but I certainly would cherish it if it came from somebody's heart.

    Cute is a beautiful word, there's nothing bad about it. Speaking for myself, I don't use it that much as "beautiful", "gorgeous", "super pretty", etc. I never call anybody hot/sexy; I find it utterly lacking in taste, and not poetic enough (no offense to those who disagree, of course!) In any case, that we are rather thinking about this too much is so INFP of many of us. :P Words do have special meaning for most of us, but they mean different things for everybody. Never be "sure" that compliments such as "cute" are not good enough: accept them happily, without thinking too much about the "beauty levels" they represent. We are all cute in one way or the other-and that's a good thing. :)
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  4. #44
    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Whenever I'm on the INFP subforum I think about how adorable all of you guys are. I get hopeful for a moment as I consider that perhaps others find me adorable too.

    And then I remember that usually all I get is "Are you high?"

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  5. #45
    ISTP - The Mechanics

    It depends on if they mean the "DAAAAYUM" kind of cute or the "Awwwww!" kind of cute. I don't take the latter very well; I'm usually the approacher/protector, not the other way around.

    Quote Originally Posted by cosmia View Post
    let me make you my pet!
    That's exactly what "cute" sounds like to me. xD Which is hypocritical of me, because I think that, too.

    BEHOLD, @Allegorist !


    Quote Originally Posted by thecaterpillar View Post
    Take it as a compliment. I rarely get cute. If I do, it's usually in reference to how I dressed that day. I think it would be nice if someone told me I was cute. Beautiful would be excellent. I haven't heard ugly in a long time, but sometimes hearing nothing feels similar to ugly. Of course, I also tend to deflect compliments and chalk them up as nothing more than niceties. I'm difficult like that.
    Oh, that's foreign to me. :/ I prefer compliments on how I dressed, did my makeup, whatever, to my blank appearance because I choose my clothes as a form of expression, and never my facial features. Facial expression is a bit different. Don't get me wrong, I can take a compliment fine, but the word "pretty" is empty to me when other people call me it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lad View Post
    I did get called "pretty" a few months ago by some girl that had a crush on me. I'm still traumatized by that... who calls a guy pretty!?
    ...but I myself reserve it for the guys who look like they would be marble statues in a museum if they had white powder over them lmfao.

    Double standards ftl. D: Really, it comes down to what compliments the person typically gives, not the word itself.
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  6. #46
    Unknown Personality

    Oh, yeas. My ENTP friend calls me cute all the time, as my sister and those other people around me. What can I say...being cute is my typical mood and Cute is my second nickname. :D

  7. #47
    INFP - The Idealists

    ohh yes...I get called cute and adorable all the time. Like other people have mentioned, I think it's the combination of our mannerisms, appearance and disposition as a whole that give off that "cute" vibe. Sometimes I will say something funny, or just anything out of the blue that I don't think is particularly interesting, and people will go "aww" or laugh like it's the cutest thing they've ever heard.

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