The Ides of March Means It's Time For A Toga Party [67 PICS]

“Beware the Ides of March,” said the Oracle to Julius Caesar, who probably ignored the fortune teller because William Shakespeare hadn’t written “Julius Caesar” yet, so maybe the Roman emperor didn’t know that he was about to be assassinate on March 15th. But, yes, the Ides of March means March 15th, which means that it’s time to get your Roman on–and if you’re on Spring Break or a college campus, that usually means a toga party.
Actually, you can probably blame the popularity of campus toga parties on Animal House instead of William Shakespeare. That’s okay. It’s still party time this March 15th, and here are plenty of hot amateur babes keeping things historically accurate…
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