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Sunday, January 31, 2010


Everyone who knows me understands that deep down inside (okay, really not that deep), I am a complete and utter Star Wars geek. I can't help it. I've not tried because, let's face it, who doesn't want to be a SW geek?!?

But today I found Distracted by Star Wars and spent a good hour and a half laughing my ass off at almost every entry. Because I know very few of my friends are strong enough to actually go look at the site, and they had some AWESOME stuff there, I figured I'd show you the best of what I found. Granted, I'm only up to beginning of December, so there's likely more to come.

You'll live.

I find this lolcats particularly hilarious because, of course, Mark Hamill has gone on to have an amazing career in voice acting for video games, anime, and animated shows. My particular favorite is his voicing of The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series, and not just because I love Harley so much I would marry her were she real. Don't worry, I know she's not....

Next, this link is an awesome Star Wars Weather site! It's like Hoth where I live!!! (It's really not, but it's COOL that the site says so!)

Then there's the World of Cow comic, which is always funny. Any parody of "I am your father" is pretty good though.

Linked from the site was also these Hello Kitty Star Wars thingies. If you EVER find them ANYWHERE for sale at a reasonable price - buy them for me! I will reimburse you, but OMG don't let them not get to me!

There was also a YouTube video for the prequel movies I and II in five seconds that I appreciated fully. Honestly, Mr. Lucas, this is what you should have released. I would have paid the same amount of money to see it and not felt like you destroyed everything I loved about the SW universe!

Flickr user Yogibara had this "Class Photo" picture he took of his lego SW universe folks, and while I originally hated the lego SW things, the more I see parody pics and what people can do with them to enhance the laughter from SW fans - I'm all for it!

Finally, Flickr user brickplumber proves my comment above, that Lego SW universe stuff is cool. There's really no other explanation needed.

Have a great weekend all - and may the force be with you!

Also, these aren't the droids you're looking for.


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