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Not the Bees!

Not the Bees! is a memorable quote screamed by character Edward Malus, portrayed by Nicolas Cage, in the 2006 horror film The Wicker Man during an infamous bee torture scene. In late 2000s, the torture scene and the quote became source material for remixes and YouTube poops alongside other scenes from the film due to their unintentionally comedic nature. In September 2006, horror film The Wicker Man, a remake of the 1973 film of the same name, premiered in the United States. Due to the unintentionally humorous nature of the scene, starting in early 2007 it gained popularity as source material for memes and remixes alongside several other scenes from The Wicker Man such as How'd It Get Burned?.The meme maintained its popularity late into the 2000s, with separate viral instances created in 2010s. The meme is erroneously known as wicker man not the bees meme, wicker man nick cage not the bees meme, nick cage not the bees meme, nick cage wicker man not the bees meme
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