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Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Where The Lines Overlap
Re: Voice of Elmo Denies Sex w/ Underage Boy Takes Leave from Sesame Street
It's Latin, meaning, "And you, Elmo." The two words are most commonly found in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in the scene in which Brutus murders Caesar, resulting in the phrase, "Et tu, Brute." Meaning "And you, Brutus" referring to another person betraying him.
Thanks, because they are also used in Lithuanian and mean the same thing.
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