Forgotten History: 7 Old Fashioned Compliments to Court With Style
“Words can be like X-rays if you use them properly -- they’ll go through anything. You read and you’re pierced.”
~ Aldous Huxley
Just a week ago I made a little entry about my favorite 7 old fashioned insults to curse with style, I had splendid sums of amusement researching and writing this text - so much that I overlooked the fact that the true skill of the past was, more than the insult, coquetry and flirtation - the art of, however false or not, compliment others. I wondered, wouldn't it be interesting to choose my favorite seven words of flattery?
An exceptionally generous and unselfish person; kindhearted and compassionate in remarkable ways.
A woman with vast amounts of passion, furor and temperament.
Gentleman; a gallant, stylish cavalier with a rather grand talent in the areas of chivalry.
A young, wild lady with strong opinions and flair to speak.
A tender and elegant way to address a person who is charmingly cute and adorable.
A word reserved for that one rare and dazzling, nearly divine person you admire and love. A matchless human with marvelous attributes.
A very distinct bewitching woman; a seductress who's allure, lure and luscious appeal can break the sturdiest of hearts.