I couldn't help it. It's the Ides of March you know....
On March 15 (the Ides of March), 44 BC, Caesar was attacked by a group of senators, including Marcus Junius Brutus, Caesar's close friend. Caesar initially resisted his attackers, but when he saw Brutus, he supposedly spoke the words "Et tu, Brute?", and resigned himself to his fate. The eternal Latin phrase "Et tu Brute" is interpreted to mean "And you, Brutus?" or alternatively "You too, Brutus."
Sure, Brutus was really named after the Ohio State mascot, not the murderous Roman. Sure, I was fresh out of laurel wreaths and had to make do with some artificial ivy for his headpiece.... But I just couldn't resist.
It wasn't me!! I'm not Roman, I'm French!!
It was that guy over there....
Really, does this look like the face of an assassin???
Happy Ides of March!!! Hope you enjoyed a little history lesson, and a lot of silliness on my part :)