Determining the mechanical properties of soft matter across different length scales is of great importance in understanding the deformation behavior of compliant materials under various stimuli. A pipette aspiration test is a promising tool for such a purpose. A key challenge in the use of this method is to develop explicit expressions of the relationship between experimental responses and material properties particularly when the tested sample has irregular geometry. A simple scaling relation between the reduced creep function and the aspiration length is revealed in this paper by performing a theoretical analysis on the aspiration creep tests of viscoelastic soft solids with arbitrary surface profile. Numerical experiments have been performed on the tested materials with different geometries to validate the theoretical solution. In order to incorporate the effects of the rise time of the creep pressure, an analytical solution is further derived based on the generalized Maxwell model, which relates the parameters in reduced creep function to the aspiration length. Its usefulness is demonstrated through a numerical example and the analysis of the experimental data from literature. The analytical solutions reported here proved to be independent of the geometric parameters of the system under described conditions. Therefore, they may not only provide insight into the deformation behavior of soft materials in aspiration creep tests but also facilitate the use of this testing method to deduce the intrinsic creep/relaxation properties of viscoelastic compliant materials.