I was just admittedly creeping Facebook, and saw that a few of my friends were attending an event titled ‘Tell Her She’s Beautiful.’ Curiosity got the best of me, so obviously I had to check it out. After reading the description, I wasn’t entirely sure I thought it was a good idea. The creator of this event, one Joshua Amar, says on the page, “I’m making this event so everyone can tell anyone that they think is beautiful, that they are beautiful. Just tell them. They don’t hear it enough, and they want to hear it. Tell anyone; tell your friend, your mother, your sister, your cousin, your dog for all I care. Let’s show girls that we don’t care about the standards that they set for themselves and that we like them the way they are.” Even though I hate all things cliché, I can’t help but agree that this statement is unbelievably cute, especially considering that most women would love to be doted on by a male who complemented their appearance. Of all compliments that you expect to hear from guys, being beautiful is fairly typical and standard. Instead of devoting a day (or in this case, a week) to telling ‘her’ she’s beautiful, why not give her a really random, genuine compliment that you came up with yourself, one that comes from the heart? You tell the funniest jokes. I love the way you scrunch up your nose when you laugh. No one sweeps the floor as well as you do. The point I’m trying to make here is that the more mundane the nature of the compliment, the more likely it is to be appreciated. Women are not naïve and they know that they do not look beautiful everyday. However, they do know that they scrunch up their nose each time they laugh or sweeps the floor the same way. Every time they catch themselves engaging in such behavior, they will think of the compliment that you once gave them and smile (or at least I would.) So instead of focusing on ‘her’ beauty, give her a compliment that she’s probably never heard before. I guarantee that she will remember it for a long time.