Happy LIFE DAY... oh wait, er.

Happy Star Wars day everyone! I know its fairly cliche to say, but I really do have an unironic love for Star Wars. I hope that on this, one of the most sacred days in Geekdom you can do something Star Warsy and awesome.

Some ideas(not ordered for practicality):

  • Go to Antartica with a friend. One of you should partially freeze and then the other one can stuff the other one in a Polar Bear for warmth. This may be dangerous, so consult a wildlife specialist before you begin.

  • Step 1. Build a very large space station that looks like a Moon from a distance. Step 2. Put it in space. Step 3. Anger people such that they want to destroy it. In retrospect, stop at step 2.

  • If you are in an armed hostile situation where a local bounty hunter is trying to take you in to the local crime boss ONLY shoot at him after he nearly shoots you in the face. Pre-emptively acting here would upset the elderly and the very boring.

  • Kiss your sister.

  • Punch Jar Jar Binks in the face.

  • Go to your local desert and look for droids. Stop when you see a walking golden man that is extremely fussy and ill tempered with a vacuum cleaner.

OR checkout the latest Steam Sale where they bundle up all the PC Star Wars games for $50. You know, whichever you prefer.

Travis   Admin wrote on 05/05/2013 at 01:41am

I did my duty. Went to a Star Wars themed baby shower. There were pretzels dipped in colored white chocolate with aluminum foil on one end to make light sabers. Dark side chips (the black corn chips), Popcorn Amidala (just a bowl of popcorn with a label), etc.

It was loads of fun. I love that my wife's family is full of geeks and think this is a perfectly awesome thing to do for a baby shower.

scrypt   Supporter wrote on 05/05/2013 at 01:58am

Star Wars baby shower sounds pretty sweet. I love that pretzel/saber idea. Cool! I still have a little time left today, think I'll pop in Empire.

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 05/05/2013 at 03:39am

I celebrated by watching the Attack if the Clones and Revenge of the Sith review films. Love Red Letter Media.

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