I got your back on this one, they are called chordae tendineae. They are attached to the inside of the ventricles of the heart (the lower, bigger chambers) I'll let wikipedia do the talking. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chordae_tendineaeSuffice it to say, when we learned about them in anatomy I thought, "Oh, so that's where that phrase comes from."
Who or what has been tugging at your heartstrings lately?
Well, you know, Dave... Pakistani earthquake victims, Congolese refugees, sudden deaths. Just life in general I suppose.
you must be referring to the presidential election. so dramatic, I know....
I don't like the word heartstrings. It's kinda got this fleshy feeling to it that makes me uncomfortable.Other words I don't like:StakeholderNetworkingCoagulateExcommunicateInfarction
I think my heartstrings are in my throat, that's always where I feel the pull.
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