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July 22nd, 2010

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This can also be revelation

July 24th

Can be.

July 24th

Actually i think it was et tu brute then fall caesar

July 23rd

But in Shakespeare's play "Julius caesar," that's what he wrote. Et tu, Brutus.

July 23rd

@ Thom: Sorry for my nerdy, useless comments.

July 23rd

I did Latin for 1 year. Quitted 'cause it was too stressy.

July 23rd

Quoque means also.

July 23rd

I thought it was "Et tu, Brutus?"

July 23rd

No, Adiw. It was: Brutus! Tu quoque?

July 23rd

Et tu was what Julius Caesar was quoted as saying as he was being murdered.

July 23rd

lol@xinnthom

July 23rd

Guys, I know what it means. It's just that in French and Latin, it means the same. So that was why I said it coulb be both.

July 23rd

haha! a phone!

July 23rd

wow

July 23rd

awsome cool

July 22nd

"et tu"... "and you"... There darkdork, now you know... Like this one

July 22nd

oui c'est la franscais, darkdork.

July 22nd

kinda like Termintor 3

July 22nd

'Et tu...' coul be French, could be Latin...

July 22nd

Well, if it isn't Angus Thermopyle.

July 22nd

July 22nd

This is perfect! Well done sir!

July 22nd

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