“The Ides of March are come.”
“Ay, Caesar, but not gone.”
This ominous historical date has acquired a superstitious aura, akin to Friday the 13th.
The Ides of March marks the day of Julius Caesar’s assassination in 44 B.C., while coming to be known as a day to “beware.”
On the other hand, this line sums it up well: “But bad things happen every day– we just notice them more on days of heightened superstition.” (Judkis, WP Style Blog) In this case, fear not!