A woman laying on her left side ... 3 = b00bs, < = ... well, you know
I was hanging with my <3 last night, we had a good time.
作者 Patrick 2005年2月17日
This mark is obviously an ice-cream cone and nothing more. In fact when seen it should create slight hunger or even irritation of the stomach.
AOL Instant Message example:
KID: I <3 you.
Me: your making me hungry bitch.
作者 FlyinSkyyHigh 2008年2月25日
A sideways scrotum, ballsack, skinpurse, gonads, children container. A heart? Pffft! don't you see one is lower than the other?
Oh that's so nice <3<3<3<3<3 (Heap of testopairs)
作者 asddsa 2010年4月23日
Another way in texting to say heart, insted of just writing the name you can put <3. If you look at this sideways it looks like a heart.
I <3 you

OMG I <3 that movie we just saw!
作者 Sagwan 2008年12月03日
Hax0r speak for "Ain't Got No Love for the Hoes"

!, in coding, generally means "no" or "not"

<3, as it were, is the leettext word for "love".
Man, <!3. That bitch can step!
作者 Denis Baldwin 2004年1月12日
NUTSACK!!! (view sideways... no the other way)
"Bye guys, I love you <3"<---NUTSACK
作者 whackkk12312312 2008年8月18日
1. Usually used to express "love", or just "luv". It's usually less important than an actual "I love you", more like something you say at the end of an IM conversation to someone you don't necessarily "love". PS: the more 3's you add, the more you "love" the person.

2. I find that it also looks like a mouth to the side, like a kiss, the "3" being the lips. PS: the more 3's you add, the more kisses you're giving.

3. In other uses, one can also say that it means "less than three" or "smaller than three" but that is more mathematical.
1. I <3 you
2. Byee! <33
3. 2<3 (2 is smaller than three)
作者 Tinii-xx 2007年4月10日
<3 has been so overused it doesn't even mean what it looks like anymore. People use it when they want to show someone they are happy with them. When you do something for someone and they just give you a <3 it doesn't mean much.
SkAtErChIkC: OMG I <3 YOU THANKIEEEEEES
somedude2: lol...
作者 Birdypwnsjoo 2006年5月12日

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