I thought it was TYANOS?
Y is for yeet
@PBnJ, not even 10:00 and I've already found the comment of the day.
"Hurl your daughter off a cliff" got a good laugh outta me
@jouze, Y E E T
@BigPurpleFather, in this universe it's yeet or be yote my friend
@jouze, Same fvcking here
It's a pendant, not a necklace
@Truthcat, its a medallion, not a pendant
@Guy Fawkes, okay, but I think we can agree that it isn't a necklace
@Truthcat, i dont actually know enough about the classifications of neck jewelery to say whether i agree or not but i can agree that all three answers are equally wrong and correct in their own respects
@Guy Fawkes, This is not the bitter and acrimonious discussion I had expected. Is there something I could say about your loved ones that would start such an exchange?
@Truthcat, loved.. Ones? *tilts head*
@Guy Fawkes, How about this . . . Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, is a total bjtch
@Truthcat, A medallion is a necklace.
@Sir LancesALot, A medallion is a large stamped metal disc used as a personal ornament, a charm, or a religious object. A necklace is an article of jewelry that is worn around the neck, most often made of a string of precious metal, pearls, gems, beads or shells, and sometimes having a pendant attached.
@Truthcat, Tony called it a necklace. It’s canon.
@Truthcat, Ok, and where did Dr. Strange have this pendant? It’s kind of a “all squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares” kind of classification. Could it be considered a pendant? Yes. Does that disqualify it from being referred to as a necklace? No.
@Berntley, I can't argue with that. But in the rest of the world, a necklace is laced around the neck and a medallion or pendant hangs from a necklace.
@Truthcat, Exactly. Making them subcategories of necklaces. Both qualitatively different from one another, but still meeting all the necessary qualities of a necklace.
@Berntley, no, I'm deferring to Tony for MCU purposes only. Everywhere else, it's impossible to put a pendant or medallion around your neck so they cannot be a necklace. You can put them on a necklace, but you can't turn them into one.
@Truthcat, When you put them on a necklace, they become a part of the necklace as a whole. Also, in this discussion, we are completely ignoring the fact that the Eye of Agamotto is, in fact, a locket.
I would have thought the H stood for heart
H=Heart. Gamora was his heart, the one thing he loved more than anything else.
First of all they’re stones not gems.
Space gem sounds awfully close to space jam
I like this, another *smashes phone*
T - you’re
H - a
A - moron
H is for Hydra because it was guarded by the Red Skull
Shouldn't scepter be replaced with gauntlet or hand?
@TheSeasonIAm, Or skull?