|You look better with _____.
||[Aug. 4th, 2013|09:58 pm]
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Let's say you looked different somehow than you normally do (e.g. you got your ears pierced, wearing makeup when you usually don't, got a haircut, wearing different type of clothes, whatever). If someone who you don't talk to much but you see around (coworker, classmate, or even a family member you're not particularly close to) suddenly tells you "You look better with earrings/short hair/those clothes/makeup/whatever", would you take it as an insult? For the sake of this question, you neither like nor dislike this person.
Yes. They're implying I didn't look good before.
Kind of. I'd assume they meant it as a compliment, but I'd feel self-conscious about the way I look normally/before.
Not at all. They're just saying I look extra good like this.