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DIY Death Star Globe Bar

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Some people look at a globe and think, “Yep, that’s what the world looks like, I guess.” Other people see a globe and see an opportunity to hide some booze. But Imgur user Sharkalligatorman saw more than any of us ever thought possible. He saw potential.

Sharkalligatorman found a reasonably affordable globe bar on Amazon and modified it into the Empire’s ultimate weapon. That is to say, he cut a big ol’ hole in the top and stuck a gray plastic spoon dish in the gap before painting the entire thing a lovely shade of military gray (or possibly ocean gray, it’s hard to tell the difference). Then he spent time painting the trenches, city, and a black interior complete with stenciled names of people involved in the iconic style of the Star Wars crawl. See the entire process in the gallery below. [click to continue…]

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Let’s be honest, the Death Star is silly—and ridiculously expensive.

Fortunately, we’ve found a more practical and economical use for the destructive power of this complete and operational battle station – a grill! That’s right, you can now cook your favorite meats on a barbecue shaped just like the Death Star. Whether you’re in the mood for some pork sausages or Ewok steak, this grill has you covered.

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Why would you use other measuring cups when you know these Star Wars Death Star Measuring Cups exist?

Excluding the R2-D2 measuring cups of course.

The Death Star contains five pieces (1 tablespoon, 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup, and 1 cup) and it easily closes up to become a battle station when not in use.

Plus, you can amuse yourself pointing at it and saying “That’s no measuring cup!”

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These Millennium Falcon And Death Star cutting boards are made from wood, so they won’t dull your knives.

Plus, you can join forces with both the Rebels and the Empire against the real scourge of the galaxy: vegetables.

Check out the Death Star version after the break…

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Cookies and chips…with dip? How could you possibly resist the Dark Side now?

Each Death Star bowl holds 64 fl. oz. for your chips and/or your dip. Clearly, the Dark Side has a lot of dip. It’s the Dip Side.

Check out an image of the dip bowls formed into the full Death Star after the break…

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I’m genuinely afraid to find out what will happen to my casserole when this Death Star kitchen timer reaches zero.

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Are you a Star Wars fan that’s keen on cooking? Then these Death Star / Millennium Falcon spatulas and Darth Vader Oven Glove would be a perfect addition to your nerdy kitchen.

Take a closer look at the Darth Vader Oven Glove and the Millennium Falcon Spatula after the break…

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Sure, this 11-inch Death Star plate doesn’t have the firepower to obliterate a planet, but it does a great job of dividing your food and eliminating those pesky vegetables. Remember, the Dark Side has cookies.

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The real secret behind why the Death Star had an Achille’s heel is that the engineers were too busy tossing back That’s No Moon ale. The dark wheat beer distracted everyone except Darth Vader and stormtroopers since they couldn’t drink through their masks.

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