If they did, how would Darth Vader eat his Chinese carry out?
There’s no way the heavy-breathing cape-wearer would chow down on his chow mein with a fork – he’d use lightsaber chopsticks of course.
No such thing, you say? Think again!
Here a list of the coolest Star Wars-related stuff you can get your mitts on if the force is with you.
1. Light up Chop Sabres, £12.99
May the fork be with you? No, dummy. So make yourself look like a giant Jedi with these nifty little lightsabres. Perfect for if you get invited to the Death Star for some sweet and sour pork. www.firebox.com/product/6723/Star-Wars-Light-Up-Chop-Sabers
2. Death Star cookie jar, £39.99
Perfect for keeping your biscuits safe from marauding Rebels. You know how partial Han Solo is to a Wagon Wheel. If you spot a tiny X-Wing fighter disappear into it, get out the kitchen – it’s gonna blow! http://www.firebox.com/product/6286/Death-Star-Cookie-Jar
3. Millennium Falcon chopping board, £19.99
“Look out for that cucumber Chewie!” “Graaawwwwrrr!” “Okay wise guy, it’s a courgette.” “Grrrraaaawwww!” “Luke! There’s Imperial onions coming in a warp speed!” You get the picture. www.iwantoneofthose.com/gift-home-office/millennium-falcon-chopping-board/10768151.html
4. Chewbacca fleece bathrobe, £39.99
If you need an excuse to swan around all day in your dressing gown, this could be it. Look like a cross between a 1970s rug and Hugh Heffner. The ladies will love it! www.iwantoneofthose.com/gift-film-memorabilia/chewbacca-star-wars-fleece-robe/11092050.html
5. Remote control inflatable R2D2, £39.99
There’s nothing worse than when you need a small whistling, bleeping robot at short notice and you don’t have one. Solve that problem by always keeping a handy blow-up R2D2 in your kitchen cupboard. Use – none. Fun – lots. www.findmeagift.co.uk/gifts/remote-control-r2d2.html
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