Five minute rant. Sorry, but I really had to.
**And I meant planet, not country.
As I thought on the topic, I pondered the idea of: Why is it that ‘you have beautiful eyes’ is ‘sweet’, but ‘you have a nice butt’ is rude and demeaning? What makes your eyes any more important as a feature than your butt? They both perform a bodily function. If you think about it, your eyes are more a result of genetics, where as your butt is more a result of how you eat and work out and your metabolism (of course, it could also be a result of genetics, but I consider it more a product of lifestyle)… In essence, whether someone knows it or not, “nice eyes” roughly translates to “you come a family who gave you a nice pair of X & Y chromosomes and pre-determined your eye color, shape, and every other aspect of it”, where as “you have a nice butt” roughly translates to “You have a nice diet, or you work out, and I like the effect it has on your body” (this is under the assumption that the compliment to the butt was for a toned/skinny person; adjust as necessary for those who are more attracted to bulky or however else). If it is a matter of “If he’s complimenting me on my butt, that means he’s been staring at my butt, and/or that means he’s just interested in sex”, consider the idea that many of the guys who say “Nice eyes” or nothing at all may still have stared at your butt, or that the guys who compliments your butt may have also been dazzled by your eyes but chose to compliment something else. >Contemplated bringing up “our species is driven by sex” argument, but I think everyone hates that argument because we like to think that we are evolved and sophisticated - which, we can be, but we are all driven by primal, unsophisticated, basic instincts at some point or another.
Disclaimer: The point of my rant simply exists to give the opinion and insight into the idea that compliments such as “You have a nice butt” aren’t rude, aren’t demeaning, and don’t deserve as much hate as they are given. Anything else you got from this is your own inference, and I am not liable for the ideas YOU think of.