Monday, March 15, 2010

It's the...

IDES OF MARCH AGAIN!
A brief history:
'The Ides of March' was made famous by Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar. To quote Shakespeare exactly, the scene went:

SOOTHSAYER: "Caesar! Beware the ides of March!"
CAESAR: "What the hell are the ides of March?"
BRUTUS: "Well, that's the fifteenth of March."
CAESAR: "Why that's today..."
[Caesar is brutally stabbed to death in slow motion]
CAESAR: "Et tu, Brute?"
< /Caesar >

So have a nice day, and beware!

7 comments:

The Celebrated Author said...

Like.

Šørën Kïêrkêgåårð said...

Nice.

I knew there was a reason I've been feeling funny...

Bob son of Bob said...

YOU DIDN'T BEWARE.
Don't worry. Saint Paddy's day is a good antidote.

Šørën Kïêrkêgåårð said...

I did beware!!! I did I did!!!

Anonymous said...

Hello. And Bye.

NOT Freddy Jones said...

Like.

We are such nerds. I love us.

Bob son of Bob said...

Yes, like that stupid greeting card "I love us" only WE aren't going to break up in a few weeks anyway, so it actually applies!