Old school Disney attractions posters are all wonderful pieces of vintage art. Everyone has their favorite—mine, for instance, is the classic Haunted Mansion poster.
Someone made an R2-D2 popcorn popper because they love us and want us to have nice, healthy, Star Wars droid made, air popped popcorn for Star Wars movie nights.
Isn’t that sweet?
Plus, this air popping droid stands a little over a foot tall, so he doesn’t take up much space and he’ll look cute on your counter.
Gimme. [click to continue…]
Trembling? Your blood sugar is probably low. The Death Star Toaster will annihilate your hunger. It even stamps the Star Wars logo onto your bread.
Granted, it kinda doesn’t make sense to model a toaster on a round object like the Death Star, but dammit—the Empire leaves no stone unturned:
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In the following video, Han Solo learns the hard way that you should never drink and drive the Millennium Falcon. I would have thought C-3PO would be the voice of reason and Chewbacca would have taken his keys.
I mean, Lyft and Uber are both operating in Mos Eisley. [click to continue…]
Clearly, the Rebellion has completely neglected breakfast. It could be their downfall. [click to continue…]
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The little scamp detects when the refrigerator door opens and greets you with one of 20+ pre-recorded bleepy-bloopy droid noises. Leave the door open for too long and it’ll wail to get your attention. It has an ickle-wickle motorized head, uses three AAA batteries which can last up to three months, and you can position it anywhere you like in your fridge.
There’s just one catch – it’s currently available exclusively in Japan, where it sells for ¥4,860 (roughly $45 US).
This Star Wars BB-8 teapot is certainly cute, but it appears to be pretty clever too. The teapot can be nested inside a cup to create a vaguely roundish shape.
Still, rolling will prove problematic—and 3rd degree burny.
As both a Star Wars fan and a whiskey fan, I am absolutely delighted to learn of the existence of a blogger who goes by the name of Scotchtrooper.
There’s also an Instagram account with, wait for it…whiskey and Star Wars-themed photos.
This is the best thing I’ve seen all week. See more after the break…
Baker and sugar artist Mike McCarey–owner of Mike’s Amazing Cakes–crafted this fun mashup-cake inspired by Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
As you can see, each layer features a different character: the bottom layer is Kylo Ren, the middle is Rey, and the top one is BB-8.
(via Between The Pages)
Piemaker Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin made these snazzy-looking apple turnovers in the shape of the most visually inconsistent Star Wars character across the entire saga. No, not Yoda (seriously, what was up with his mouth in the prequels?), but… y’know. Jabba The Hutt.
Using just two apples, some patsry and a hint of cinnamon, Jessica has created a version of Jabba the Hutt even Han Solo wouldn’t object to. I mean, probably.
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