This is the officially licensed Star Wars R2-D2 Popcorn Maker available exclusively from William Sonoma. The $100 hot-air popper includes a butter melter (the ramekin shaped divot at the top of his clear dome) and popcorn scoop, has a head cover that doubles as a serving bowl, and I can see why it's an exclusive -- when you've got a product this hot you want to make sure everybody is coming directly to you for it. Kind of like my-- "No, nothing like your homemade boner pills." Just take one, the first one's free.
Keep going for a couple more shots while I listen to the collective sigh of everyone who wishes they'd had this before starting The Mandalorian last night.
Thanks to Terrance, who agrees if aren't popping droid corn for The Mandalorian, can you even call yourself a Star Trek fan? "Stargate." That's what I meant.
These are the Star Wars hydrating face masks from Japanese beauty product manufacturer Isshin Do. They come in Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, Darth Maul, C-3PO and Chewbacca varieties,...
These are the $40 Star Wars Lightsaber Salt And Pepper Grinders (available on Amazon HERE and probably other places). They're made of coated stainless steel, can be...
Because Star Wars everything, these are the officially licensed Star Wars Instant Pots available exclusively from Williams-Sonoma. Previously: these bootleg wraps for people with existing Instant Pots,...
This is the Death Star Disco Ball available exclusively from ThinkGeek ($50). It measures 16-inches in diameter and, like most Death Star related products, there isn't anything...
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, it was only a matter of time
, real products that exist
, star wars
, star wars everything
, star wars kitchen
, sure why not
, that is not nearly enough butter
, the wait is over
, things that look like other things
, watching things