Sir Guy of Gisborne. Definitely NOT a milksop. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
milksop: an unmanly man; a mollycoddle (pampered or effeminate boy or man)
Origins: Literally meaning “bread soaked in milk.” Chaucer was one of the earliest to use milksop to refer to an unmanly man. The modern version of milksop is milquetoast, taken from a timid comic strip character named Caspar Milquetoast.
The spoiled, capricious Prince John definitely had more than a hint of the milksop in him.
With all his talk about love and the way he was cupping Guy's face, we all half-way expected Prince John to kiss the handsome henchman. Well, if any man could convert you to the other team, it would be Sir Guy.