Good morning and happy Valentine’s Day! Here is a map of a woman’s heart circa the 1800s.
A map of woman’s heart from the 1800s, equal parts amusing and appalling.
From the archives: A Valentine’s Day love song by Ray Charles
From 2004: Harvey Pekar’s Commentary on Valentine’s Day
Science has apparently discovered why three of my coworkers share a birthday today.
From 2007: A John Waters Valentine’s Day Treat
How to make duct tape roses - Happy Valentines Day!
I hope Jeff Brady drops a dozen of these off at Fresh Air…(hint, hint…)
I’m wondering how my Valentine might take this next month….
From our not-so-optimistic-about-Valentine’s-Day-pals-at-NPR-Music: “So here they are, just in time for the clown-show of the heart that is Valentine’s Day: five bitter pills to swallow as you pick through the charred ruins of your life, deface your cherished mementos, and use the absorbent exterior of a Chipotle burrito to soak up your tears.”
I have absolutely no artistic skills whatsoever, but I think it’d be really hilarious to make some public radio-themed old school Valentine’s Day cards. I’ve come up with these slogans but I’m sure there are better ones:
Someone must have the Illustrator skills for this….