Have you ever looked at the heart shape properly? I mean, really looked at it?
It’s everything it’s supposed to be for representing love.
Look at it this way:
We can imagine the female anatomy – breasts leading down to the vulva – the bottom is even in a V shape, and if you turn the heart on its side, the top looks like a B!
Yet if we turn it the other way up:
– lo and behold we have a pair of testicles, and the suggestion of a man’s love member (since it’s February, I’m not going to use the word ‘penis’ because it’s not a particularly lovely word…).
So what’s the history of the heart-shape as we know it?
Some scholars argue that the shape originates from artists trying to depict the heart with three chambers, according to ancient medical texts…
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