poplitealqueen:

anakinsbutt:

charnatoiba:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

charnatoiba:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

charnatoiba:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

hartoffoot:

anakinsbutt:

date a guy who is handsome and can draw
date a guy who is a hero to the galaxy
date a guy who praises the ground you walk on
date a guy who loves you more than anything
date a guy who would commit mass murder and betrayal for you
date Anakin Skywalker

#do NOT date Anakin Skywalker 

#you will get PREGNANT and DIE

This went from Star Wars to Mean Girls in no time at all

‘The greatest people you will ever meet and the worst. Beware of the Sith’

Raise your hand if you feel personally victimised by Senator Palpatine

Nice wig what’s it made out of?
Chewbakas chest hair

“If you’re voiced by James Earl Jones, why are you white?”

“Oh my GOD Luke you can’t just ask the Lord of the Sith why he’s white”

Get in Skywalker. We’re going Jedi training

i have whiplash from this

This is so perfect.

notbecauseofvictories:

and we walk in fire like every riot • the one where padmé lives to continue the fight for democracy, luke and leia grow up with rebel bases for playgrounds, and anakin becomes the freedom fighter he had always meant to be.

cracked:

Unless you still have a working VCR, the only way to watch the original, theatrical versions of Star Warsis buying the out-of-print 2006 DVD box set, which insultingly comes with the original movies as mere bonus features on a separate disk (meaning, you had to pay for the Special Editions to get them). Also, they are in unremastered, shitty-picture-quality form, as part of George Lucas’ punishment to fans for asking for them.

But what else are fans supposed to do? Edit their own trilogy?

A fan from the U.K. named Adywan did that and much more. He spent years painstakingly restoring and enhancing every frame of the first Star Wars movie, doing what fans wanted Lucas to do in the first place: clean up and restore the film without adding a bunch of blinking Ewoks. He’s currently doing the same to The Empire Strikes Back.

The result is called Star Wars Revisited, and not only does it revert many of the changes made by the Special Editions, but also its picture quality puts the official DVDs and even the Blu-rays to shame.

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