It's May the Fourth-- also known as "Star Wars Day." So to celebrate this special yearly occasion where Star Wars fans don plastic light sabers and bagel ears, and non-Star Wars fans take a moment to wonder what on Tatooine "May the Fourth" has to do with Star Wars, I have pulled together a collection of Of Cabbages and Kings' favorite Jedi-inspired posts.
Strangely, I have a lot of them.
And no, I am not wearing my hair in bagel shapes today.
Jabberwookiee. Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" meets the Star Wars saga in this... unique... parody poem. Click here.
The Force-This! Jedi Simulation Correspondence Course. You can do everything online these days. Even tap into your hidden Jedi power. As long as you have $19.95 plus shipping and handling that is. Click here.
Why the Workday Would Benefit from a Darth Vader Voice Generator. I have decided I want to use this on the gas company, the next time they make me take half-a-day off just so they can do a two minute meter reading. But there are other reasons a Darth Vader voice would work in every day life. The reader comments here are priceless! (I love you guys-- you are so much fun.) Click here.
Darth Vader Brainstorms Naming the Death Star. It began when I wondered about how anyone bought off on TheDeathStar(TM) branding. Click here.
Eddie Izzard's Death Star Canteen with Legos. Lego people act out comedian Eddie Izzard's hysterical skit about Darth Vader trying to get some lunch. Not my work, but a BIG inspiration. Click here.
Thanks for stopping by! And May the Fourth Be With You!