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The Relationshapes Comics by David Rees Comment on Love

 - May 8, 2011
References: thehairpin & thehairpin
Relationships have always been a complicated ordeal; men and women never seem to understand each other completely. The Relationshapes comics have been created by David Rees to address these issues in a comical way, and looks at these problems from the point of view of geometric shapes.

Although the Relationshapes comics are hilarious, they actually offer a lot of insight into the real nature of relationships. They touch on topics that every relationship faces. Issues like deciding which television show to watch and miscommunication are common themes that come up.

Aimed towards female understanding, the Relationshapes comics are "created exclusively for the modern woman." And as Rees puts it ever so blatantly, "No boys allowed," because "they wouldn’t understand it anyway."