WAKE UP SHEEPLE. Source: Imgur. it' s the tth month I cracked the code Dottier is the 10th month though It was originally the tth month but then Julius Caesar d
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WAKE UP SHEEPLE

it' s the tth month
I cracked the code
Dottier is the 10th month
though
It was originally the tth month
but then Julius ******* Caesar
decided to add in July and
August after himself and his
nephew Augustus
we should totally just stab caesar
wait
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User avatar #2 - thechosentroll (09/22/2013) [-]
Et tu, tumblr?
#4 to #2 - gisuar ONLINE (09/22/2013) [-]
my mother calls me brutus from time to time
#6 to #4 - lazyvoltage (09/22/2013) [-]
so you're adopted
#73 to #6 - gisuar ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
she's trying to say that she feels like i'm betraying her trust in me and that through my actions i might kill her in the end

so she basically tries to make me feel guilty
#53 to #4 - ordog (09/23/2013) [-]
My mother also calls me Brutus, but in Spanish it sounds like "bruto" which is dumb. So my mom is calling me dumb, not traitor. Doesn't feel good.
#27 to #2 - LazyLegacy (09/23/2013) [-]
you made me laugh more han the front page well done sir
you made me laugh more han the front page well done sir
#33 to #2 - robertnoyb (09/23/2013) [-]
in case anyone is missing this glorious reference:
Julius Caesar's last words as he is betrayed by Brutus are "Et tu, Brute?", in Shakespeare's play.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Et_tu,_Brute
I would thumb if I could
User avatar #61 to #33 - captnnorway (09/23/2013) [-]
I don't think anyone doesn't know that though, but thanks for the effort nevertheless
#23 - realreality (09/23/2013) [-]
Et tu, Gretchen Weiner ?
Et tu, Gretchen Weiner ?
User avatar #42 to #23 - mrhadrick (09/23/2013) [-]
thats a smart joke
User avatar #35 to #23 - xXCorpitoXx (09/23/2013) [-]
she can gretch my wiener
User avatar #11 - SuitUp (09/23/2013) [-]
He didn't add in July and August. He renamed Quintilis (5th) and Sextilis (6th.) The Roman Calendar began in March and it was January and February that got tacked onto the begininning around 700BCE.
#52 - houseofbrick (09/23/2013) [-]
and Sunday = Sun's Day   
Monday = Moon's Day   
Tuesday = Tyr's Day   
Wednesday = Woden's Day (Odin's Day)   
Thursday = Thor's Day   
Friday = Freya's Day   
Saturday = Saturn's Day   
gif unrelated
and Sunday = Sun's Day
Monday = Moon's Day
Tuesday = Tyr's Day
Wednesday = Woden's Day (Odin's Day)
Thursday = Thor's Day
Friday = Freya's Day
Saturday = Saturn's Day
gif unrelated
#1 - betesta ONLINE (09/22/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#8 to #1 - mrspok (09/23/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#47 - AnonymousDonor (09/23/2013) [-]
yup same with sept-ember (7)
nov-ember (9)
dec-emeber (10)
User avatar #13 - strangemoo ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
Born in the month named after Caesar. I feel like I should take over the world or something.
User avatar #15 to #13 - Ruspanic (09/23/2013) [-]
Pretty sure a lot of people were born in July.
User avatar #26 to #15 - zanekin (09/23/2013) [-]
Nope just strangemoo
User avatar #50 to #26 - meestaa (09/23/2013) [-]
and meestaa
User avatar #29 to #15 - icameheretotroll (09/23/2013) [-]
Nope pretty sure it was just strangemoo
User avatar #48 to #29 - Ruspanic (09/23/2013) [-]
Oh, my mistake.
User avatar #64 to #13 - imnotkickthecat (09/23/2013) [-]
I was born in the month named after Augustus. I should Pax Romana Europe or something that.
#70 to #13 - greenstrongworld (09/23/2013) [-]
**greenstrongworld rolled a random image posted in comment #19 at Now That's Awkward **

Born in the shortest month! Just like my dick! Hahahahaha
User avatar #71 to #13 - daentraya (09/23/2013) [-]
Born in the month of cancer, and i don't really want to die from that like my grandpa did
#37 to #13 - gerfox (09/23/2013) [-]
Born in the month named after Mars, the Roman god of war and agriculture.
Maybe I should conquer the world or something too.

Pic related, farmer and general
User avatar #43 to #37 - rakuraimasuta (09/23/2013) [-]
Or you could become a farmer.
#39 to #13 - hargleblarg ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
"This was a Roman month of sacrifices and purification."   
   
Well, good to know I wont have to change much.
"This was a Roman month of sacrifices and purification."

Well, good to know I wont have to change much.
#45 to #39 - bounded (09/23/2013) [-]
are you my mother? *dr. who ref.*
#49 to #45 - hargleblarg ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
Nevermind, here you go.
Nevermind, here you go.
User avatar #46 to #45 - hargleblarg ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
Actually the line is "Are you my mummy?"

I can try and redo the words on this gif if you want that instead (I made this gif ages ago so it might take a while to remember how)?
#51 to #46 - bounded (09/23/2013) [-]
...

thankyou sir.
#58 to #51 - hargleblarg ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
Yo' welcum.
Yo' welcum.
User avatar #21 to #13 - johnnygoldmane **User deleted account** (09/23/2013) [-]
Born in the month named after Janus, god of doors. I feel like I should... ****** ...I dunno, open doors or some **** . Except... **** that. I won't be the guy who opens a door and gets shot. I will be the one who knocks.
#34 to #21 - hillbillypowpow ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
Janus is no joke fool. There's a bigass gate in Rome that would stay open during peace times and close during war that was dedicated to Janus. It once stayed open for like two hundred years or so, so the emperor decided to reform the state religion to have more focus on Janus. Plus he's so old that historians hardly know anything about him aside from the doors and his association with time and beginnings... and his two faces. Two mother ******* face, bitch!
#36 to #21 - shatt (09/23/2013) [-]
youuuuuuu scumbag
User avatar #10 - demigodofmadness (09/23/2013) [-]
et tu pinkisthenewscarlet?
#24 - worried (09/23/2013) [-]
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User avatar #31 - gdikodiak (09/23/2013) [-]
why is everyone writing "et tu-" puns?

i'm pretty sure the original quote was : "tu quoque brute, fili mi"
#44 to #31 - octaviano (09/23/2013) [-]
Brutus still wasn't Caesar's real son. At least, there is no proof to it.   
Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger (Brutus himself, who killed Caesar) might possibly be an illegitamite son of Servilia Caepionis and Caesar, as Servilia was one of Caesar's lovers, and probably the one who he liked the most.    
But officially, it's Marcus Junius Brutus the Elder who is Brutus' father.   
It's POSSIBLE that Brutus was actually Caesar's son, due to Servilia, but if that's true, Brutus literally killed his father.
Brutus still wasn't Caesar's real son. At least, there is no proof to it.
Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger (Brutus himself, who killed Caesar) might possibly be an illegitamite son of Servilia Caepionis and Caesar, as Servilia was one of Caesar's lovers, and probably the one who he liked the most.
But officially, it's Marcus Junius Brutus the Elder who is Brutus' father.
It's POSSIBLE that Brutus was actually Caesar's son, due to Servilia, but if that's true, Brutus literally killed his father.
User avatar #67 to #44 - iwasonaboat (09/23/2013) [-]
Is Brutus the orange haired hammer chick? I didn't know Caesar was a FUKCHUEG scorpion.
I'm basically asking what that gif has to do with ANYTHING.
#68 to #67 - octaviano (09/23/2013) [-]
I forgot the gif unrelated.
Now leave me alone.
User avatar #62 to #31 - vincetacular (09/23/2013) [-]
Actually specialists in Roman history think he probably said it in Greek: "καὶ σὺ τέκνον" (prounounced: Kai su, teknon?, means something like "And you, youngster?") because Greek was the language of the high-society.

"Tu quoque (brute), filii mi" would be a common translation in History books and "Et tu, Brute" would be a dramatical interpretation for plays.
#38 to #31 - Keoul (09/23/2013) [-]
You are correct but "et tu" is the one everyone knows.   
Blame Shakespeare.
You are correct but "et tu" is the one everyone knows.
Blame Shakespeare.
User avatar #59 to #38 - bonerjam (09/23/2013) [-]
hilarious gif imma save it
#54 - eyecontacthandjob (09/23/2013) [-]
Caesar also added the month of June but whatev
Caesar also added the month of June but whatev
User avatar #12 - gnillort (09/23/2013) [-]
September, Sept = seven

Septuple: 1. Consisting of seven parts or members.

[from Late Latin septuplus, from septem seven; compare quadruple]

Yeah, words have origins and stuff.
#14 to #12 - urbemarmis (09/23/2013) [-]
sex was the latin word for six...i dont have the entymology or anything i just remember playing a game in latin where we had to call out numbers and everyone would yell sex extra loud
User avatar #18 to #14 - deadnannersreturns (09/23/2013) [-]
sex is also swedish for six, and i assume many other languages borrowed it from latin and changed the pronounciation
User avatar #17 to #14 - rubiksoctohedron **User deleted account** (09/23/2013) [-]
quod te tangis nocte
#19 to #17 - urbemarmis (09/23/2013) [-]
i dont remember enough from the class to have a conversation lol. the one regret i have with my high school career is not finishing latin
User avatar #20 to #19 - rubiksoctohedron **User deleted account** (09/23/2013) [-]
it simply means "because you touch yourself at night"
User avatar #16 to #12 - elbrysobrony (09/23/2013) [-]
And novem is 9, decem is 10.
#40 to #12 - ronrod (09/23/2013) [-]
So with out July and August being added I wonder what year we would be in...can anyone calculate that? Pic related I'm just not a sexy fish lady
User avatar #60 to #40 - explore (09/23/2013) [-]
The months weren't added, just renamed, the Romans had 12 months too.
#63 to #60 - ronrod (09/23/2013) [-]
Oh, I thought they were added since people were pointing out how Octo for October is 8, but October is the tenth month that July and August bumped it up two spots.
User avatar #65 to #63 - explore (09/23/2013) [-]
I can't remember the reasoning for it but the Romans definitely had 12 months.
#41 to #12 - anon (09/23/2013) [-]
but where were the latin words derived from?
#56 to #41 - umbramortis (09/23/2013) [-]
A lot of them came from the Greek language, such as philosophia which comes directly from its Greek counterpart
#9 - hillbillypowpow ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
During the time that Julius Caesar was still alive, his nephew was named Octavius. He was renamed Augustus Caesar after becoming Rome's first emperor.
#22 - retepraamrod (09/23/2013) [-]
I think Octavius was the heir to Ceasar, and ruled as a military dictator after his dad's death. Most if not all months have some Roman connection, while days of the week are Norse.
User avatar #25 - linktheherooftime (09/23/2013) [-]
Et tu, Brute?
#3 - anon (09/22/2013) [-]
do you just?
User avatar #5 to #3 - doristori (09/22/2013) [-]
I'm so done with this site.
#7 to #5 - superphil (09/23/2013) [-]
GET OUT!
User avatar #74 - soccerwheels (09/23/2013) [-]
Simmer down Gentlemen and Ladies, It's time to learn some **** .

First off, the chances that Julius Caesar was able to utter much of anything while being stabbed 23 times is slim to none. One stab for each conspirator. It was akin to signing the Declaration of Independence, cept with stabs instead of signatures. They were committing themselves to the treason.

IF he said anything it was not "Et tu, Brute?" (Even you Brutus?)((Latin)), because the common language to speak in was actually Greek (in high society anyway). He wouldve said Kai su, teknon? (You too, my son?) No he was not his son. It's actually the beginning of a death threat that went "You too, my son, will have a taste of power", basically YOURE NEXT ******

Secondly, the were TWO people who could be the aforementioned Brutus.
Marcus Brutus was known as Caesar's friend
Decimus Brutus was Caesar's right hand man and Lieutenant (and was actually in Caesar's 'will' to recieve money and power upon his death)

But the man who must choose between his friend and the Roman Republic is a much better story.

Bam. You learned something.
#72 - anon (09/23/2013) [-]
SHEEPLE
#66 - anon (09/23/2013) [-]
also SEPTember
User avatar #32 - hazelino ONLINE (09/23/2013) [-]
The year started with March, so it still makes sense.
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