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I am cute, are you?

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

I was told by a Sparks friend she thinks I am cute.This surprised me. Cute to me is something small and cuddly, a small child? Or has it a wider meaning? I think its good to be cute? Is it flattering to be so named?
What would I like to be called? Inspiring? Motivating? Special? Fantastic? Yes all of those and more. What would you like to be called?
I grew up with a dreadful inferior complex. In my family no one ever got praised or told they had done something good. So I assumed I never did anything worth praising.
Now at my advanced age I know I have done good things and a few not so good. Just normal.
I am all things to all people a wife, a mother, a grandmother an aunt, a friend and many more.
Do they all see me diffently? Does anyone think I am cute? I must look up the exact meaning of the word now.
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    of course you are!
    2051 days ago
    WOW Irene, did you ever get me to thinking. That's dangerous. emoticon

    Since we're in our second childhood I would say that cute is a delightful compliment and you richly deserve it. I think that your are already all those things you want to hear when someone describes you so you're doing great. Me? No, I am not cute.

    You asked what would I like to be called. I'll settle for honest and honorable.

    2063 days ago
    My dictionary(Webster's New World) says that "CUTE means clever, pretty or attractive, in a dainty way". Yup, That's you for sure! In your latest profile picture, you look very pretty and attractive.
    2064 days ago
    Take the compliments as they come! They are far better than insults!
    2064 days ago
    Yes, I think you are very cute, in the absolutely best way possible. I also DO believe that you are motivating, inspirational (you ARE those things to me) and special. You may also be dangerously verging on being fantastic. I'll have to know you a little longer to know how fantastic you are! But I look forward to that!

    I'm sorry that your family didn't tell you wonderful things about yourself (mine never did either) but you're here now, and we'll tell you all of the time how special WE think you are!

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    2064 days ago
  • DSJB9999
    emoticon thoughts about cute - Yes I definitely think you are in so very many ways!!!

    I was amazed when a lady at my SW class called me thin! I don't think I am to most but it was lovely to hear!

    emoticon Donna x
    2064 days ago
  • GABY1948
    Actually, and forgive me, I DO think you are CUTE. But I only mean that is the best way. More than that, from all you said about "Now at my advanced age I know I have done good things and a few not so good. Just normal." I believe you are WISE.
    emoticon Gaye
    2064 days ago
    I am sure everyone saw you in a different way, yet their own way. It has to be different. I am sure my husband sees me differently than my children. My husband thinks I cute looking, but the kids think the things I do are cute. Funny to me.
    You seem to have a cute personality to me. It's catchy!
    2064 days ago
    Yes, you're cute! Sweet and lovable.

    I don't think I've been called cute but my granddaughter saying I looked like a princess is good enough for me!

    2064 days ago
    Found this in my dictionary on the computer, some okay some not so your pick haha

    Cute Cute (k[=u]t), a. [An abbrev. of acute.]
    1. Clever; sharp; shrewd; ingenious; cunning. [Colloq.]
    [1913 Webster]

    2. pleasantly attractive, in a delicate way; -- said of
    children, young ladies, pet animals and some objects, but
    seldom of adults; as, a cute child; a cute kitten; a cute
    little house; a cute statue.

    3. smart-alecky or impertinent; as, a cute remark.

    4. affectedly clever. --RHUD

    -- From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48

    2064 days ago
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