A Yoda Using The Force To Hold Books Up Bookend

May 11, 2018

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This is the Star Wars Yoda Metal Bookend available from Hallmark ($20). It's similar in style to these superhero bookends posted previously. When used correctly (read: putting the vertically slanted end inside the pages of the first book), it looks like Yoda is holding your books up with magic the Force. When used incorrectly, I was experimenting how it worked as a doorstop and accidentally stepped on Yoda and snapped him off the base and great, this was supposed to be a present for somebody.

Keep going for one more shot with no books in case you don't have any books but really love this bookend.

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Thanks to Mike H, who agrees if you can lift an x-wing from a Dagobah swamp, you can definitely lift a little light reading.

  • Jeedai Infidel

    No Aftermath series = fake Star Wars book fan.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I hate it. Then again I hate most things.

  • ayplease

    hallmark advertises it and it's not available online nor in any of its stores. way to go!

  • Geekologie

    it was available online when i posted it. must be selling like hot cakes

  • De Hemel

    Collapse eventually, the books will.

  • sizzlepants

    This is a fantastic way of proving to other readers that you're just a hipster poser.

    The only thing this this will really do is warp the spines of your books over time.

  • Jenness

    There is no way the other books that don't have metal in them won't slide on the other side and what really stops the first book from flopping open oddly? Meh.

  • Ez

    I think they have to have it between the dust jacket and the cover. So you have to have a book with a dust jacket on the end, I guess.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Collapse eventually, the books will.

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