Tumblr Comp. Just a Tumblr comp I quickly put together.. I thought the heart was based on the shape of a woman's bum when she bends over? Cause no man can resist, dat ass.
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#4 - davidteninch (07/31/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I thought the heart was based on the shape of a woman's bum when she bends over? Cause no man can resist, dat ass.
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#20 - akselrk ONLINE (07/31/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Acording to the big bang theory the "heart shape" we use are inspired by the shape of a female butt.    
   
pic unrelated.
Acording to the big bang theory the "heart shape" we use are inspired by the shape of a female butt.

pic unrelated.
#22 to #20 - biograde (07/31/2013) [-]
and according to Cracked it is from the Silphium plant, which was used as a contraceptive before we literally ****** it to extinction
#1 - incest (07/30/2013) [+] (12 replies)
I liked the fact that there weren't any typical tumblr comments.
I liked the fact that there weren't any typical tumblr comments.
#66 - elcreepo (07/31/2013) [-]
The heart one
#58 - profkitty ONLINE (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm an ass-man so I think the last one should be an ass.
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#75 - nyxeos (08/01/2013) [-]
I'm Canadian ... Don't worry about our maple syrup reserve ... Nothing weird or dangerous there at all ... No need to be alarmed >.>
I'm Canadian ... Don't worry about our maple syrup reserve ... Nothing weird or dangerous there at all ... No need to be alarmed >.>
User avatar #69 - zzforrest (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The stereotypical heart shape actually came from a famous painting of a woman's ass.
#72 to #69 - lolfire (07/31/2013) [-]
The first known depiction of a heart as a symbol of romantic love dates to the 1250s. It occurs in a miniature decorating a capital S in a manuscript of the French Roman de la poire (National Library FR MS. 2086, plate 12). In the miniature, a kneeling lover offers his heart to a damsel. The heart resembles a pine-cone (held "upside-down", the point facing upward), in accord with medieval anatomical descriptions   
   
The "scalloped" shape of the now-familiar heart symbol, with a dent in its base, first arises in the early 14th century, at first only lightly dented, as in the miniatures in Francesco Barberino's Documenti d'amore (before 1320); a slightly later example with a more pronounced dent is found in a manuscript from the Cistercian monastery in Brussels (MS 4459–70, fol 192v. Royal Library of Belgium). The convention of showing a dent at the base of the heart thus spread at about the same time as the convention of showing the heart with its point downward.[4] The modern indented red heart has been used on playing cards since the late 15th century.[5]
The first known depiction of a heart as a symbol of romantic love dates to the 1250s. It occurs in a miniature decorating a capital S in a manuscript of the French Roman de la poire (National Library FR MS. 2086, plate 12). In the miniature, a kneeling lover offers his heart to a damsel. The heart resembles a pine-cone (held "upside-down", the point facing upward), in accord with medieval anatomical descriptions

The "scalloped" shape of the now-familiar heart symbol, with a dent in its base, first arises in the early 14th century, at first only lightly dented, as in the miniatures in Francesco Barberino's Documenti d'amore (before 1320); a slightly later example with a more pronounced dent is found in a manuscript from the Cistercian monastery in Brussels (MS 4459–70, fol 192v. Royal Library of Belgium). The convention of showing a dent at the base of the heart thus spread at about the same time as the convention of showing the heart with its point downward.[4] The modern indented red heart has been used on playing cards since the late 15th century.[5]
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#34 to #21 - vlandis (07/31/2013) [-]
posted this above but....

"Specific suggestions include: the shape of the seed of the silphium plant, used in ancient times as an herbal contraceptive, and stylized depictions of features of the human female body, such as the female's buttocks, pubic mound, or spread vulva"

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heart_(symbol)
#64 - mrnotsosafeforwork (07/31/2013) [-]
**mrnotsosafeforwork rolled a random image posted in comment #3 at Neil Patrick Harris ** mind blown
**mrnotsosafeforwork rolled a random image posted in comment #3 at Neil Patrick Harris ** mind blown
#40 - anonexplains (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
ugh. the heart shape comes from a leaf. in the middle ages, whenever someone drew a picture of a couple that are not married having sex, they commonly drew leaves around it. over the time, it changed and the shape of the leaf became the symbol for love. know your ****
User avatar #50 to #40 - daentraya (07/31/2013) [-]
There is no one explanation. It's all just a culmination
#74 - JediismUser (08/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Thank you for giving me a compilation of stuff from another website. I will now give you stuff from this website.
Thank you for giving me a compilation of stuff from another website. I will now give you stuff from this website.
#76 to #74 - amuzen ONLINE (08/01/2013) [-]
all this stuff has been posted on this website over the last month.
User avatar #61 - mrnotsosafeforwork (07/31/2013) [-]
3rd = techologic
User avatar #53 - cammyT ONLINE (07/31/2013) [-]
hes so ****** if a great big fat **** sits on the bean bag
#43 - mikaelkid (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#26 - anonexplains (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm surprised nobody made a technologic reference on that baby post.
User avatar #18 - eskaywalker ONLINE (07/31/2013) [-]
I am.
#3 - dyejordan (07/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Actually the heart shape came from the shape of a girls butt when they bend over

~the more you know~
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