Opening title crawl:
Luke Skywalker has returned to his home
Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi
That’s crazy, the first one cost a small fortune as it is! Regardless, you knew that sooner or later, somebody, somewhere, would figure this out. Death Star would cost $852 Quadrillion I’m sure the Galactic Empire felt it was worth it.
ScoutMom has found a great collection of “Mompetitor” animated videos. As she noted, all you have to do is add a discussion of curriculum choices to make them homeschoolers.
Dexter Jettster: ”This baby belongs to them cloners. What you got here is a Kamino Saberdart.”
Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones
Not child-friendly. Not appropriate. Not in anyway how I want to imagine my country spending my tax dollars. Not even new. But OMFG funny.
A higher-ranking-than-you-probably-are-were-or-ever-will-be friend showed us this before heading back home to get his family’s household goods picked up before they’re transferred out of the country again.
And just because this one was Star Wars related:
77. The MP checkpoint is not an Imperial Stormtrooper roadblock, so I should not tell them “You don’t need to see my identification, these are not the droids you are looking for.”
“Oh, I’m afraid the deflector shield will be quite operational when your friends arrive.” – The Emperor, Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi
There’s nothing funny about colonoscopies, unless they’re being explained by Dave Berry. Hats off to you Red. I’ll be sure to tell Dad Windu about the vodka.
Jabba the Hutt: “I told you not to admit him!”
I watched our Sunday Morning Doughnut Buddies’ kids on Friday night while they were at a company Christmas party. They kept themselves occupied for most of the night and it was a supremely easy gig. Until it was time to get them off to bed. Then the mind games began.
And then the creme d’ la creme…
So he grabs the phone, walks out of the room and starts pushing buttons. He gets his mom on the phone. I can actually hear her voice on the phone. He walks back in and tells me that he’s asked her and she said it’s the way he says. He tips the phone to me. OK, I’m starting to get nervous now. Did I mix something up? Did I misunderstand?
And then I take the phone and, despite himself, he gets the grin. You know the grin. The ‘I’m going to get away with this thing! ‘ grin. So I tell her about his story and she starts to laugh. And I mean laugh. And laugh and laugh and laugh.
He was busted and we all knew it. But he still didn’t go down easy.
[cutting open dead Tauntaun and shoving Luke inside]
If you don’t end of spending the rest of the day checking out this entire site… Well, then I guess I just don’t know if we can stay friends. It is both hysterical and terribly frightening all at the same time. But, hey, Jake’s Mom, maybe these two posts are the type of anatomy that won’t gross Jake out so much. Or you’ll never get him out from under the covers again.
Hat Tip: Bore Me To Tears
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