Only if she’s Dutch or Portuguese, should he say: “You have beautiful ears.” Researchers measured the success rate of each line by seeing if they prompted any response at all and their success at instigating a longer conversation.
“You have beautiful eyes” was by far the most used compliment, picked by almost a quarter of all men, but only the third most successful.
However, other lines worked best in particular parts of the world.
So, if a woman is British, a man should praise her legs – even though this was the second least successful compliment globally.
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