May the 4th is not "officially" Star Wars Day, but The Taste Tester thinks it's a pretty special day.
We had a lightsaber battle. Darth Vader won.
We celebrated by watching Star Wars for the 347th time.
When my Dad took me to the movie theater for the first time, we ate chocolate and popcorn and watched Star Wars on the big screen.
StarWars.com has a bunch of cool stuff on their site: Special Deals, Events, a $2500 T-Shirt Contest, games, ecards, wallpapers, and more.
Moviefone Star Wars celebrates its 35th anniversary and Moviefone has a list of 35 interesting ways to celebrate Star Wars Day.
Check out what else I found:
In France, Darth Vader is called Dark Vador. Notice the jet-black hamburger bun? No, thank you!
The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle who has waited all year to unveil her Star Wars Character Cookies. She's also linking other foodies, proudly showcasing their amazing Star Wars creations. So awesome!
Pinterest has hundreds of cool ideas for Star Wars foodies.
Check out the homemade goods:
Ben & Jerry's Boba Fett's Carbonite Crunch Vanilla Ice Cream with a Salted Caramel Swirl & Chocolate Han Solos Frozen in Carbonite
Stoyn Ice-Cream Pop Culture Popsicles
Can I have an Ewoko Taco, please?
Artist Rob Osbourne illustrates yoga poses in his Star Wars Yoga series of prints, available for purchase on Etsy.
This looks like a really cool Star Wars Yoga Workout:
Followed by a deep breathing meditation:
The first Saturday in May is Free Comic Book Day, where comic book stores give away FREE comic books. Check your local comic book store for more information.
Speaking of comics, Thor, Ironman, Captain America, and The Incredible Hulk are back as The Avengers.