If you draw something landscape, tumblr will eat it, you will cry and contemplate why you just didn’t do something portrait to begin with.
Apparently, there was some controversy over the weekend about Jonathan Toews clarifying that his nickname was spelled “Jonny.” Some people thought it was spelled “Johnny,” and yeah. I don’t know.
And I was just like “Wasn’t it always spelled ‘Jonny,’ or am I just crazy?”
So, I dug up an old issue of Blackhawks Magazine that I had stashed away from 2008/09 and confirmed that I hadn’t gone crazy. This is his survey from that magazine. Enjoy his answers.
So yeah. Toews is weird and has always spelled his nickname “Jonny.” Carry on.
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Merthur Graphic Meme - Touching Scenes [2/2]
You’re certainly not.
You know, I had never clued in on the line in the first gif. The ‘no man is worth your tears’ is the one you see the most, and on the surface, out of context, it sounds like Arthur’s trying to make Merlin feel better about Balinor’s death, or at least trying to “teach” him how to deal with loss (the way a knight would). And with hindsight, it’s one of those lines that makes you go ‘Arthur was worth it’.
But with that first line, and in context, the whole thing has more meaning. He’s just basically asking Merlin not to cry over him. Because he’s going to fight the dragon and he doesn’t expect to come back from that. And he doesn’t know Balinor was Merlin’s father, all he sees is Merlin being incredibly sad over the death of a man he barely knew, a man Merlin couldn’t save. And maybe he wonders, what his own death would do to Merlin, because they’re friends, they know each other. He’s saying ‘don’t cry over me. I’m not worth your tears. PLEASE’. Maybe the thought of Merlin being heartbroken over him pains him, maybe it’s his way of trying to lessen Merlin’s pain, because he’s convinced he’s going to die.