Thomas de Mahy, marquis de Favras was a French aristocrat back in the day. When I say “back in the day” I mean, like, back in the 1700s so don’t feel bad if you’ve never heard of him. Just like everyone else back then, he obviously has some historical facts to his name like the fact that he was hanged for planning against the people of France.
While we obviously weren’t best friends with the guy, fast forward to 2017 and there are some people on Twitter who still found something to idolize in Mahy.
Before he was executed, Mahy was on record for pointing out several spelling mistakes as he read his death sentence. “I see that you have made three spelling mistakes,” were the guy’s final words.
Once this news made its rounds on Twitter, people were obviously pleased with a such a final thought.
This included Daniel Summers, a self-proclaimed cranky pediatrician who writes on medicine and the LGBTQ community for Slate magazine.
When Summers tweeted out that he found his new patron saint, his tweet eventually wound up earning more attention than the original did.
And everyone had something to say about the guy who wanted these spelling mistakes known before he parted from this world.
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