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i told my boyfriend his eyes are cute and he asked me "what is so cute about his eyes?" And i cant find right words to say. plz help me //thank u (:

  • reality -

    I don't know what's "cute" about eyes. How do you define "cute?" Maybe you need a more specific adjective.

    Back in the dark ages when I was young, we used to admire boys with "bedroom eyes."

  • reality -

    his are dark brown, almost looking like black.

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