Here's a geek treat that'll leave Star Wars collectors feeling more at home than an Ewok in a treetop. Behold, the Lightsabre Candlestick from ThinkGeek. ThinkGeek's Star Wars Lightsabre Candlestick This licensed scaled reproduction of a lightsabre measures 21cm long and comes with three 25cm non-drip red candles. Of course …
I think I'll stick with traditional bottle candle holders. £26 will buy a reasonable wine and some candles. Once the wine is drunk then anything becomes usable as a light sabre and you get all the sounds for free.
Lightsabre or lightsaber? Because these things are important to my innre pedant.
"...my innre pedant."
Much to learn in the ways of pedantry have you.
And for the 4 retarded upvoters...
Lightsaber is to lightsabre as inner is to innre.
Much to learn in the ways of sarcasm have you.
Darth Vader's mighty weapon
Darth Vader's mighty weapon?
Looks more like Brian Griffin's
Just the perfect gift...
...to set the house on fire! Happy Holidays!!!
I can hear my true love now.
(loudly) "... and an ewok in a pear tree"
Twenty six quid...
... for a candlestick?!
And you can't even use them as a cheese knife...!
You see, this is why people complain about general public stupidity....
The geeky, smart guy self-selects by whipping this bad boy out when his prospective girlfriend is coming over for dinner, and then the same smart guy goes on to wonder why she dumps him for a stockbroker!!
"If romance this your idea is, chicks you will get not!!" says Master Marketing Hack!!
Mine's the somewhat faded cloak with attached hoodie.....and may the Force be with you!!
Even bigger Saddo's than iPhone Fashion Victims.
Not outside the US.
"Shipping restrictions: We cannot ship this item outside of the U.S." Grrr. Although with TG's shipping costs plus import taxes they would probably work out about £100 each anyway.
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