美国人的确是这样一言不合就 You are great!
I was checking in at Krabi Airpot and a foreigner came to tell me that my bag looked great! But in fact it was a ¥39 folk-style rope-bag which I bought on Taobao (postage covered).
Kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk, one day I was walking on the street, and someone suddenly step over to tell me my skirt was nice!
Another day I was carrying a bag and got a compliment on it, saying it was cute!
And there was even a time that my glasses got circulating among a group of people with each of them taking selfies wearing it. There must have been about 300 selfies. What can I say?
It's true. For the last few days here have been 20 people telling that my shoes looks beautiful, including some teachers and class advisers.
How much do the American love to compliment people?
My friend was taking a dump in a public toilet and the person in the next cell knocked on the wall to tell her that her shoes looked nice.
That day I was tying my shoes in a squat position, and somebody told me that my briefs looked good.
My eyelids are single-fold. You won't even see my eyes if I smile. Yet, some Americans told me that my eyes are beautiful? Beautiful like stars???
Hahahahahahahhahahaha, I met 3 black girls in New York and they told me that I was an angel, that woke their ears like a beam of sunshine.
This is real. Once I was in a theme park. When I went to buy cupcakes my hair was totally wet. Yet the salesperson said I was beautiful and asked me if I had a boyfriend.
The last time I went out with a male friend of mine, a black woman lowered her car's window when she passed us and yelled at my friend through the wind "腿!真!好!看!".
I fell down on my face when I was snowboarding. And the Amercian on the cable car above whistled at me and said "I like your snowboard"......
In the first class of my swimming course, I was breathing out underwater. When I got up the teacher complimented me saying "刚刚的泡泡很好看".
Yeah, they check you out from head to toes once they meet you and find something on you to compliment upon. They have to find something to compliment!