A line that makes one person swoon might make another cringe, so it’s a minefield really.
They claim that compliments like “Your eyes are morning dew” or “Your smile is a naughty goblin” are better received than literal expressions like “Your lips are so sexy.” Because every woman wants to be likened to a goblin.
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And they concluded the same when men complimented women’s possessions, so it’s apparently better to say “Your garden is a sea of flowers” than “Your door is very strong.” “The findings confirm our hypotheses that in a courtship situation where compliments serve as a sexual display of mate quality, women show a preference for metaphors, particularly novel ones, in verbal structure,” the researchers wrote.
Apparently using metaphors implies men are creative and intelligent. They also hypothesised that women prefer to be complimented on their appearance than possessions and were proven correct.