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Y Tu Brute?!

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  1. et tu, brute! And you also, Brutus. Usually the last words of Ceasar when he saw his good buddy Brutus among his murderers. Can be used to express the feeling of being fucked over.
  2. Y tu brute? You were my homie. You were my brother. I’ve known you for 12 years. I loved you like family and I felt like I was part of yours. I’ve now had a year to think about what you did to me. How you betrayed me. And some days I want to grab you by the fucking throat and beat your face in while I watch the life leave your eye holes and.
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  6. et tu, Brute? A phrase used to express one's dismay at mistreatment or betrayal. The phrase is attributed to Julius Caesar, whose close friend Brutus conspired to murder him. The Latin phrase translates to, "And you, Brutus?".
  7. What's the origin of the phrase 'Et tu, Brute'? In 44 BC, Julius Caesar was murdered by a group of senators. They were led by Marcus Brutus, who had previously been a close friend of Caesar. They come to us via Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar which, like many of his history plays, tends to massage historical record somewhat for dramatic effect.
  8. This climb is located in a gully on the west side of the central tower. Scramble up the gully about 20 feet to reach the start of Y Tu Brute. Climb past finger locks for ten feet to reach a small ledge. From the ledge, ascend good holds to a pod(11b).
  9. These last words are just Shakespeare's fiction! Suetonius reported, Caesar said "You too, child?". But Suetonius himself didn't give it much credit. He thought Julius Caesar didn't say anything, in reality. He said it (in the play "Julius Caesa.

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