this Star Wars stuff never ceases to amaze me

...and I'm sure it amazes you too. This via my brother.



He sends this too -

really?

you need it in your syrup? maybe it's time for a 12 step program.

Yeah. Welcome to Wednesday, wherein I let my brother do my blogging.

Oh, and, Middle pointed out that yesterday was Star Wars Day.
What is Star Wars Day I hear you asking?
May The Fourth.

Comments

kmkat said…
We used to have a housemate who added Wild Turkey to everything. It was quite good in pancake syrup. Just sayin'...
Anonymous said…
Funny about May 4. I have never heard that. Makes me want to affect a lithp: Let'th go thee Thtar Warth! It'th been re-releathed!

jbhat
Duyvken said…
May the 4th.
Brilliant!
Our kids often tell one another to 'use the fork' while we're having dinner.
Cutlery reminders are still a big part of mealtimes around here and this always gets them giggling.
Anonymous said…
Well, technically, isn't it "May the Fourth be with you"?

(And I love it b/c it's my grandma's birthday, though she's now part of Earth. She'd be 105 this year, made it to 100. May the fourth be with you Grandma!)

J
Anonymous said…
WHO is having twins? Bro?
I just checked out his blog and---though I LOVE sculling, I was biting my lip and laughing. But, good for him following his dream and blogging about it. Go, bb's bro! Or b?!

I need this, with two young boys so malleable. I can mold them into anything. Artists. Chefs. Owners of Coin Museums. (um, 8-yr-old's current interest)

J

Ok. I know. I kid myself.

J
blackbird said…
No ONE we know is having twins. Ahem.
That was GREAT.
Joan said…
Your brother clearly has too much free time. For now. LOL.
Paola said…
What am I missing???!