What custom does he wears his heart on his sleeve come from?
He wears it, because of his gang tats he has to cover up due to league policy. What he wears is called a shooting sleeve, they are made to warm your arm and prevent injury while playing, and also it is supposed to improve shooting form, but some people say they are just for show and not helpful at …all, shooting sleeves can keep your arm warm and prevent injury, and many people say that they are fantastic. (MORE)
The actual reason why Carmelo wears an arm sleve is not because of him wanting to be like LeBron. It is because Carmelo has a tatoo some how rperesenting The street gang known as "The Crips", which the NBA diss-allows NBA players to reveal.
Answer . 'Wearing your heart on your sleeves' means instead of keeping a secret heart (loving one or others without communication) the person shows and communicates verbally to those around them how much they love and respect others thus, 'wearing your heart on your sleeve.'
My husband is a Marine. Put the American flag on your right sleeve.The flag should always be viewed by others from the left. Just lookat any uniform and you will see this is so. This is actually incorrect, the marines may do it differently fromthe rest of the United States, however, the Stars shoul…d always beclosest to the heart. The stars always lead the way. Hello, I have talked to people and fellow veterans about the US flag beingworn backwards on military uniforms, I found that most averagepeople and some veterans are not aware of it. I wrote toCongressmen, Senators, the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefsand everybody up to and including the Vice President. I requested aCongressional Inquiry. I wrote to news organizations and started apetition on The White House website titled Defend Our AmericanFlag. I called Joint Base Lewis/McChord and talked with aLieutenant Colonel, a Captain and the base Command Sergeant Major.I pointed out to them that wearing the US flag backwards violatesUS Code and US Army Regulations and that it is an unlawful order.They said they will inform their chain of command and after theyall review the regulations and US Code the Base Commander willcontact me. Soldiers who served after 2003 say that the backward flag patchlooks as a flag would look on a staff being carried forward intobattle and worn the normal way looks as if they are retreating. Ican respect that. But the millions of veterans and the millions ofdead soldiers who served prior to 2003 served and fought topreserve the flag and what it represents. That flag preserves theLiberties which we all take for granted, Free Speech, Free Press,Freedom of Religion, Right to Bear Arms, etc. And if you think theboys on Omaha Beach look as if they are retreating then you must befrom a different country than me. Now, after hundreds of thousands of US troops have rotated back toThe United States they bring this doctrine home. People here arewearing the backwards flag patch and displaying the flag backwards.I have seen it on NFL and MLB teams and some police uniforms. It isall over the television. There was a time during the 1940-1950'swhen the media and entertainment industry would not show an imageof the flag not properly displayed, they would flip the image over.I feel that you guys started this, so now you need to fix it. Many people, organizations, businesses and even governmentbuildings across the Nation displayed the flag every way but theproper way. Then, in 1923 a Congressional Committee came up withThe Flag Code so that every American knew the proper way to displaythe flag. Every citizen should be familiar with The Flag Code andevery soldier should know it inside and out. I had to learn it whenI was in the Army for a Soldier of The Month Board. Read US Army Regulations 840-10 Chapter 2, "The Union (blue fieldand stars) will always be at the top and on the flags own right."Then read United States Code Title 4. Then read United States CodeTitle 36 Chapter 10, subsections 175 and 176. But nobody looked atthe regulations and nobody spoke up for the flag. If I do not speakup for the flag, who will? Most people simply do not care. Manypeople feel that I should not say anything and since I am a nobodywhat could I know anyway. I can only say it is not about me, oryou, or how cool someone thinks the flag looks when this way orthat way, it is about The Flag. US Code and US Army Regulations provide for a flag patch on theuniform sleeve. But not backwards! That is disrespectful. You neversee any pictures of US troops in The Revolutionary War, War of1812, Civil War, Spanish-American War, Mexican War, World War I,World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War wear the US flag patch anyway but the proper way, with the Union at the flags' own right. Nosoldier, nor any General can change the US flag by simply changingthe wording and the meaning of "the flags' own right" in aDepartment of The Army (DA) pamphlet. It takes a CongressionalCommittee to do that. United States Code and US Army Regulationssupersede the DA pamphlet, or any other DA pamphlet. Try reading AR 840-10 Chapter 2, the first paragraph. "2-1. a. The flag of the United States is the symbol of our nation.The Union, white stars on a field of blue, is the honor point ofthe flag. The union of the flag, and the flag itself when incompany with other flags, is always given the honor position; forexample, the marching right, the flags' own right or an observersleft facing the flag." Notice that word "always". And I'd say that display of the flagtakes precedence over wear of the uniform. "AR 670-1 21-18. Wear of U.S. flag embroidered insignia a. All Soldiers will wear the full-color U.S. flag embroideredinsignia on utility and organizational uniforms, unless deployed orin a field environment. Soldiers will wear the subdued tacticalflag insignia while deployed or in a field environment. b. How worn. See DA Pam 670-1." "DA-PAM 670-1 21-18. Wear of U.S. flag embroidered insignia. a. Description. The colors of the U.S. flag embroidered insignia(full color) are red, white, and blue. The size is approximately 2inches by 3 inches. b. How worn. (1) The U.S. flag insignia (full color or subdued) isworn on the right shoulder pocket flap of utility uniforms andcold-weather jackets. The flag insignia is placed directly on topof the hook-and-loop-faced-pad already provided on the uniformsshoulder pocket flap. The subdued U.S. flag insignia is worn asdirected by the commander under tactical field conditions. (2) TheU.S. flag embroidered insignia is worn so that the star field facesforward, or to the flags' own right. When worn in this manner, theflag is facing to the observers right and gives the effect of theflag flying in the breeze as the wearer moves forward. Theappropriate replica for the right shoulder sleeve is identified asthe reverse side flag." As I said when the Union (star field they call it) is forward onthe right sleeve it is not in the place of honor at "the flags ownright", where according to US Code Title 36 Chapter 10 and US ArmyRegulation 840-10 Chapter 2 it should "always" be. Also, in mostcases soldiers wear only the flag on the right sleeve and no flagon the left. You are aware of this, now as a Soldier I charge you to do yourduty and report this unlawful order to your chain of command andhelp me return the honor and respect due our National Symbol, theFlag of the United States of America. DA-PAM 670-1 Chapter 21-18 is an unlawful order and I do not wishto see our National Symbol forever changed. I do not mean anydisrespect to our troops or Veterans. But I do care about OurAmerican Flag. I feel that if General Patton were alive today hewould rip that patch off of the first soldier he saw and fine him$100 for disrespecting the US flag and for not knowing the US Armyregulations about displaying the flag properly. I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America,and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God,indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Merry Christmas, Sincerely, Timothy Thompson Endicott, Washington (MORE)
It is an idiom, first used by William Shakespeare in Othello : "But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve For daws to peck at: I am not what I am. " (Act I, Scene I, said by Iago)
The term wearing your heart on your sleeve is thought to haveoriginated during Medieval Times. During jousting matches knightswould wear their ladies colors on their arm.
\nThe expression is "wearing your heart on your sleeve" and refers to someone who is outwardly sensitive and emotive, open, honest, trusting--and often taken advantage of.
Shirtainly!! This is likely to be the look in 2010. As a nurse at VGH, I've seen some extremely attractive young physicians pulling this look off. hot!
It is from Shakespeare's play Othello . Iago uses this phrase to describe Othello's inability to conceal or restrain his emotions.
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I think the phrase is commonly attributed to Shakespeare from his play Othello , in a line spoken by Iago: "I will wear my heart upon my sleeve" [1.1.65]. Of course, Iago's intent was to deceive Othello, but still... Shakespeare, however, may have gotten it from his knowledge of Middle Ages hi…story, whereby a knight, when dedicating his performance that day to a woman in the court, he wear her colors, or a kerchief or something to tie around his arm that she had given him, to show he was representing her. (MORE)
Card-playing. A common method of cheating involves hiding cards on the inside of the wrist beneath a sleeve.
Because its a nice outfit, ' and it will keep you warmer. TO KEEP YOU WARMERR!! :D
Most players will use that sleeve to keep their arm warm or to hide an injury. Sometimes a sleeve might me really torn and is better off removed. And some players just do it as a fashion statement.
You would wear a shooting sleeve on the arm that you shoot the ball with.
Its meant to compress the muscles to make them work better. most of them are loose though unless you're hench like Dwight howard
I believe they can if they are more of a perimeter shooting type of a power forward, for example I wouldn't be surprised if a power forward like Dirk Nowitzki type wears one.
Kobe Wears that sleeve to keep his shooting arm warm helps to keep your arms form getting sore are tense.
Basically that your emotions are very apparent and visible. People who wear their heart on their sleeve express their emotions freely and openly, for all to see. An emotional person who feels, talks, and acts upon what they feel more so than what they think. These people are usually kind to their ow…n detriment, taken advantage of, and do impulsive acts without thinking them through first. On a positive note they are usually very passionate. (MORE)
It means that he is open and obvious about his emotions, especially if they regard the object of his desire. It can be said of men or women. Such a person is always making an appeal to emotion of some kind. It generally means that the person's emotions are very readable. They are more likely to be h…urt by others because they tend to not hide their emotions. It is an expression for showing that person's feelings. Some people aren't very good at disguising how they really feel, and this phrase was coined for them. They do not hold back their emotions, for good or for bad. It is clear how they feel in each moment, by their body language, facial expressions, stance, movement, words, and tones. (MORE)
to keep their arm from flaring up also to keep the muscles tight so they dont get a cramp because if they put it on their shooting arm that arm wont be loose enough to find his/her shot
the truth is steven burns is not gay niether donovan Patton or Ryan burns............also steven burns is not dead!
Dominique "Sleevey" Robinson. Famous for the first person to wear a sleeve after the game he was asked why he wore it and he joked " It was cold"
ray wears a shooter sleeve to stop defenders from scratching his arm after Rip Hamilton did so several times in the 2008 Eastern Conference Finals
Basketball players wear sleeves on the arm they shoot with so it stays warm. In addition it is an extension of the wrist sweat bands from the old days, keeping the sweat from running down their arm and onto their shooting hand. Keeping their shooting hand dry is important for feel on the ball when p…assing, dribbling and shooting. (MORE)
the former first lady imelda romualdez marcos, is a mirror of Phillipine culture...aside from her beauty and status in the society,she is well know to popularize the Filipiniana terno,with those puffed sleeves...it was her signature look at every banquets,official visits,state gatherings and the lik…e...it is believed that her fashion was influenced by her husband,Ferdinand Marcos, to create a charmer out of her for the masses during his race to presidency...during the siege of the palace at the height of the 1986 revolution, it wAS DISCOVERED THAT SHE HAS 3000 BALL GOWNS,THAT COULD FILL A WHOLE SHIP,side by side with the 2000 pairs of shoes and other priced possesions..her charms and witts won the sympathy of the Filipino people...but it was also her charms and witts that sparked a revolution... (MORE)
I always thought it derived from the fact that the Jewish leaders (Pharisees) had markings on the sleeves of their frocks, denoting their service (rather like the U.S. Army has "hash-marks"). They took great pride in the number of years, etc. without really understanding that service to God does not… depend on "time served." (MORE)
It is a common expression, and means to let your emotions be on show to others. Many people have used such an expression, doubtless including many Shakespearean actors. Although the concept and phrase may have ancient origins, it was William Shakespeare who seems to have been the first person… to put it into writing. Or, at least, we can say that the earliest written record we have of the expression appears to be that found in a play by Shakespeare, namely ' Othello, The Moor of Venice ' (1604) Iago says .. . For, sir, . It is as sure as you are Roderigo, . Were I the Moor I would not be Iago: . In following him I follow but myself; Heaven is my judge, not I for love and duty, But seeming so for my peculiar end: For when my outward action doth demonstrate The native act and figure of my heart In compliment extern, 'tis not long after But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve For daws to peck at: I am not what I am. . [0thello, Act 1, scene 1]. (MORE)
We all express ourselves with our clothing, but most of us are unconscious of it. Baggy pants around the knees and hoodies say " I expect to be a jailbird when I grow up," while the baseball cap worn backwards says " I am a clown but I don't know it." Men who wear ordinary black shoes with a dinner… jacket, which they call a "tux," are saying "I am a headwaiter." Women who dress provocatively in public are inviting lewd behavior from strangers, whether they know it or not, and if they wear those low rise pants that accentuate the wrong parts of any but the slenderest figure, they are saying "I don't know and I don 't care what I look like." The tattoo says "I don't know who I am so I wrote it on my body." Body piercing says "I wasn't born funny-looking enough," and a ring in anyone's nose says "I am a cow." (MORE)
\nWhat we choose to wear reveals a great deal about us, perhaps most of it unconscious. When we are not in uniform, we tend to dress as the person our inner child hopes or expects us to grow up to be. Thus wearing prison-style garb suggests having low career expectations in more ways than one, whil…e a nose ring moos plaintively the desire for someone to attach a rope to it. Self-esteem has a great deal to do with dress, and there is a vast difference between "This will look good on me" and "I will look good in this." (MORE)
Many players wear arm sleeves because they do not want to get turf burn. Turf burns are more relevant on the older style of turf.
they are constantly in the sun, so they wear long sleeves so they don't get sunburned. Let me add a bit to this one We wear long sleeved shirts year round because believe it or not they will keep you cooler it does stop sunburn but that's not the problem when you sweat your shirt will become damp… and then any air movement makes the shirt feel cool once you start doing it you will never go back to a short sleeves again hint make sure you wear good deodorant I would rather be hot than smell bad (MORE)
They don't have to, Iker Casillas (Real Madrid goalie) at times doesn't. Since goalies sweat as well, when having to stop incoming balls they probably don't want the ball slip by their arms do to the sweat. That's my idea just by taking a second to think about it. Hope this helps.
you put the shooting sleeve on whatever arm you shoot with, if you are a righty put it on your right hand if your a lefty put it on your eft hand. the wide end goes up by your shoulder and the thin side goes by your wrist.
Chinese during the Ming dynasty had clips on their hats that could be fastened to their coat arms to keep their hands free during battle
Knights from the middle ages would wear the colors that corresponded with the ladies that they loved. It was a way of showing their love to them while in battle. This phrase originally came from a Shakespeare play called Othello. "But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve. For daws to peck at. I am …not what I am." Othello, Act 1, scene 1, 56-65 In the Medieval era, a European knight would tie a kerchief from a lady they were courting around his arm to show that he was fighting for her. Thus, he would be wearing the colors of his 'heart' (the object of his desire) on his sleeve. In the Middle Ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who their valentines would be. They would wear these names on their sleeves for one week. To wear your heart on your sleeve now means that it is easy for other people to know how you are feeling. (MORE)
Not exactly. But you need to be careful, because people can be terrible and take advantage of people that appear 'weak'. People who do that are weak themselves. There are emotions one should keep to themselves though.. Like constant random outbursts of emotions in public are kindof ridiculous.
When he says "wear your heart on your sleeve" he's saying that they would show their emotions more and not conceal their feelings. When he says paper heart he's saying that their heart is very frail like paper
it depends if you are at a job like being a ceo then yes but casually, no.
Ugly arms, sun protection, hairy arms, scars, marks, blah blah blah. I would like to add; please don't ask them, "oh my god, aren't you hot!" they are wearing long sleeves for a REASON and whatever that may be, they certainly don't need to be reminded by you that an 80 degree day is hot! C'mon peopl…e have some common sense. They are either hiding something they are self conscience about or maybe that's just how they like to dress. Either way, they know when it's hot outside and you're only making it worse. (MORE)
What is up with the Sons of Anarchy wearing nylon jackets with 3 quarter length sleeves and reapers on the back to Ireland and where did that style come from as it seems pretty gay for outlaw bikers?
The jacket sleeves are actually zippered off in sections (sleeves zip off at shoulder and elbow) not just 3/4. This helps while riding from one climate area to another for for long rides where the climate may change. When in an MC it's a bad idea to wear colors when you are outside of your own area…. Even though SOA has a charter in Northern Ireland the patches on their cuts claim California and wearing them would just be asking for trouble from other local MCs. (MORE)
display ones feelings openly, usually with respect to matters of love newdiv ntembu says this was the result of a computer glytch - another answer posted
it depends on which sport you play if it is American football then no do not wear it on your good arm because the friction is decreased and the football is more likely to slip
Normally the vest looks better with a colour coordinated long sleeve shirt. But, if its really warm out a short sleeve shirt will do. Its all in your opinion.
"Wear your heart on your sleeve" means that you don't hide your emotions. Everyone can see immediately how you feel about something.
It could possibly be either, but the phrase is usually used in a negative situation.
"Absolutely! CD sleeves are available in a variety of colors, however the basic white sleeves are the most common and tend to be the most cost-efficient especially if you're doing mass production."
Really doesn't matter which arm you put your shooting sleeve on, although some basketball players like to put it on their right hand if they are right-handed, or thier left if they are left-handed. Try it with both and see.
MS is for Marty Springstead and HW is for Harry Wedelstedt, who both recently passed away. Marty was an 24-year American League umpire and Harry was a legendary National League umpire, before they consolidated the umpires into one group.
It is better to wear long sleeves when it is cold enough outside that exposed skin would be uncomfortable with the temperature. Long sleeves are a matter of personal preference in temperature and style, but if the skin of your exposed arm while wearing a T-shirt is uncomfortable, you should probably… wear a long sleeve instead. Also, you may choose to wear long sleeves when it is not as cold out as a fashion statement, which is all a matter of personal preference. (MORE)