Compliments can be indispensable to both finding love, and keeping its flames burning once you're in relationship. But we, African lovers are no longer satisfied with words of praise such as, ‘you look nice' or even over-the-top statement like, 'you're the most beautiful girl/wife in the world', When it comes to compliments, even if they sound interesting, original and above all sincere, does the other half value them and acknowledges that they hold water in relationship? Does our culture support and recognises compliments at all? You ladies/Lads, accepts compliments from the bottoms of your hearts? Are compliments reflected only in honesty and true love?Does it exists only in modern,middle and high class relationship? Please share with us.