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Star Wars Everything: Death Star, Cloud City, Tattooine And Hoth Dinner Place Settings

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These are the Star Wars Dinner Sets available from ThinkGeek. Each $25 setting comes with one printed fabric placemat, one printed plate, and a lightsaber fork, knife and spoon. The lightsabers are the same for all four sets, but the plates and placemats are different. My mom still makes me use a placemat because I'm a messy eater. Last night I went to bed with mac & cheese in my hair. I know because when my mom woke me up for school this morning she said I had mac & cheese in my hair. Unfortunately, nothing about these dinner sets is dishwasher or microwave safe, which may explain why the kitchen is on fire now. If someone could call 911 that would be awesome because I think they've started blocking my calls.

Keep going for shots of the other three sets.

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Thanks to WhoMe?, who, YES YOU. YOU SENT THAT TIP, JUST ADMIT IT.

There are Comments.
  • Ozolz .

    why do the utensils stay the same? Is disney fucking with us?

  • Stop it, GW. No more Star Wars. This is not newsworthy. Finding one single thing that HASN'T been branded with Star Wars crap would actually be newsworthy. (Light-saber tampons? ... meh, those probably exist)

  • Geekologie

    I'm trying, I really am

  • Meh

    In case you need another reason to kill yourself today.

  • Bling Nye

    What is it with ThinkGeek's pricing? That shit looks Made in China for $1.25.

  • And there isn't one with Leia in her skimpies?
    What is the world coming too!

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