>Ernst, do you know how to make compliments?
That's an interesting question, actually. Making compliments is not as simple as it may seem at the first glance. First off, you have to make sure that the person you're complimenting is proud or can be proud of the attribute being complimented. Complimenting a woman who has big breasts with a phrase "you have awesome tits" just won't work, because impressive bust is pretty much a win in a genetic lottery, not a product of labour of the woman in question; in this case, it's better to say something like "you have a great figure", because it implies that you admire the woman for making an effort to keep the breasts to waist ratio high, and not for her naturally huge knockers.
Secondly, the praised attribute must be something that is widely accepted as a positive trait, even if both the complimenter and the complimentee (I'm not sure if those are real words, so I apologize in advance) consider it a positive one, because it may hurt the complimentee's reputation regardless. E.g., complimenting an Iraqi person's skill in dispatching Murrican soldiers might weird a lot of Westerners out.
Thirdly, it is better to make compliments if you really mean it, because insincere compiments may come off as awkward at best or mocking at worst.
After summarizing, I have no idea how would I properly compliment people on an anonymous imageboard. I do not know much about you guys in the first place (with a few exceptions: I wouldn't be surprised if someday I'm gonna get drunk at the Kazakh schizo and the Strayan Central-Asia-boo marriage ceremony), so I will just go with a realtively safe one: you all are erudite people.