I’m married but love getting chatted up by strangers – there’s no harm in being told I’m hot, folk shouldn’t be offended | The Sun

A HAPPILY married model reckons being chatted up by strangers is the ultimate compliment and doesn’t understand why women take offence.

Dani Daniels, 33, is in a long-term relationship and has zero interest in entertaining guys who ask for her number.

But she still sees the attention as a positive and doesn’t see the harm in being happy about someone finding her hot.

Danni says: “I get hit on a lot.

“As long as it is in a respectful way, I find it very flattering. 

“However, most of my followers know at this point that I am happily married.


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“Most want to chat it up with Vic as much as me. 

“I have always found it odd when people get so upset at being hit on. 

“There is a difference between unknowingly hitting on someone and continuing to do so when you find out they are in a relationship. 

“Both come from completely different places of class. 

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“However, it’s good if it is done in a respectful way.

“It makes me feel beautiful and makes me smile.

“Telling someone, ‘You look beautiful today,’ may not even be hitting on them.

“But it is enough to make them feel great the rest of the afternoon.”

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