Song of the Day 11/17/2009

November 17, 2009 at 8:58 am (Free, free song, qotd, sotd, Star Wars) (, , , , , , , )

On this day in 1997 – Metallica released the album “ReLoad.”

SOTD: Free Blood – Quick and Painful

CAHOTD

DOTD WOOT OFF

RCOTD

Question of the Day:

Name the weirdest or most fun Star Wars item in your home, or in the family.

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16 Comments

  1. Nicole said,

    We have a Yoda stand up in the office (along with Obi-Wan Kenobi). Any way, Yoda is my favorite because Kael will always go up to it and hit it. At first he was terrified of it and would cry every time we walked in the office, now he hits and plays with it.

  2. nattya61 said,

    We have a Yoda Furby. http://www.yodajeff.com/interactiveyoda/history.shtml
    I bought it for Bryan the year we got together. It’s a cute doll, but pretty annoying as once he starts talking, Yoda doesn’t want to shut up.

  3. Steve said,

    I’m ashamed to say I have no Star Wars paraphenlia.

    • adamthepugh said,

      I disown you padawan.

      • Steve said,

        I’m hanging my head, right now.

      • adamthepugh said,

        We will need to remedy this.

    • Shannon said,

      I like working with people who are ashamed that they DON’T own Star Wars stuff. It makes the abuse at the hands of people who attempt to shame those of us that do own Star Wars stuff easier to take.

  4. Kel/y_H said,

    I don’t own any either, but we do have a tradition of replacing lines from Star Wars movies with with word “pants” in them.

    “These are not the pants you are looking for.”
    “Help me, Pants. You’re my only hope.”
    “Use the pants, Luke.”

  5. John said,

    Mine would be our Death Star Christmas ornament. Every time we turn on the tree lights, it plays back the following lines from the Emperor: “As you can see, my young apprentice, your friends have failed. Now witness the firepower of this fully ARMED and OPERATIONAL battle station! Fire at will, Commander!” Then it plays the sound of the Death Star’s laser being fired.

    It’s my favorite ornament, and I’m sure that it’s Emily’s too 😛

    • Kel/y_H said,

      As you can see, my young apprentice, your pants have failed!

  6. Shannon said,

    My weirdest Star Wars item is a book of Star Wars iron on transfers from the first movie. The book is from the 70s, and the cover shows Chewbacca, C3PO, R2D2, Darth Vader, and a Stormtrooper all wearing t-shirts with Star Wars prints from the book on them. It is ridiculous and awesome. I doubt any of the transfers would actually iron on anymore.

    It’s funny that I have this. I can’t remember where I got it, and while I have a few Star Wars things I don’t go out and collect them – mostly I just have a few action figures from childhood that I never gave away when I grew up.

  7. agrimeyhippie said,

    I don’t think i currently own any (After all, i’ve been purging our house for months.) A very long LONG time ago Dan and I had one of the sleeves that they use to cover the ice bins in gas stations that was shaped like R2D2. We used it for a laundry hamper, and let the ferrets play in it.

  8. Kevin said,

    It’s not that weird, but I have an original Star Wars comic book from the 70’s. It’s the huge one that is about twice to three times the size of a regular comic book. I’ve also got a record with Darth Vader on one side and 3PO and R2-D2 on the other side. I still have the re-issue doll of Darth Vader somewhere in the garage, I think.

  9. christiD said,

    My backstage pass for musicians that performed with Star Wars in Concert last month — Anthony Daniels (C3PO) autographed it on the back. Awesome.

  10. Eric Stewart said,

    This is my first comment ever on any type of blog site. I want you to know that this is very special for me. But I’m sad to say I don’t own anything Star Wars related. To be perfectly honest I think Tiffany would throw anything Star Wars out – she doesn’t really like that sort of thing.

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