That's a famous movie line from "Blazing Saddles," spoken by the Native American and buffonish "Mongo," played by Alex Karras.
Many were quoting that Wednesday after the new that Karras had died.
He's probably more popularly known from one of the funniest movie scenes ever: He punched out a horse in "Blazing Saddles."
But Karras was so much more than a comedy character.
He was a feared all-pro football player for the Detroit Lions. He gave and took many hard hits. His health problems later in life were believed to be the result of concussions.
He was a Monday Night Football commentator and also played a gentle and understanding father on the TV series, "Webster."
He was funny, likeable and much gentler than his on-the-field image.
I smile when I remember him — and somehow get a craving for candy.