Put your heart on your sleeve
It means expressing your feelings openly.
This may be reflected in the customs of medieval tournaments. Kht Wizard will wear women's colors, with dresses or ribbons on the sleeves.
The term is not derived from this struggle and is first mentioned in Shakespeare's Otto, 1604. In the play, Trichos has to pretend to be open and weak to show the loyalty of Jagos:
You are safe Rodrigo,
If I were a peacock, I wouldn't go to Iago:
Just follow me, Hania
Heaven is my judge, love me and not out of duty,
But it turned out for my special purpose:
Because when my external action is done
Acting and my heart
Coming soon, as an external definition
But I will put my heart on my sleeve
Sunrise: I'm not who I am.
Actually, I have the idea of wearing my shirt on my sleeve
Like manga, when you talk to other people, the term means it's easy to take your heart away. They do not use rationalism on romantic and romantic events.
Put your heart on your sleeve. This means that you do not hide your feelings well or try to hide them.
Where everyone can see their emotions and pain. And you get weak, so your heart is exposed (your arms are fully visible, everyone can reach out).
Express your feelings and emotions to see everyone
That's fine - I can't hide it.