Well, except for the one pictured above. But it's not real, so I think the title still applies.
Today is June 3oth. Last day of the month, and possibly the beginning of a long holiday weekend for some (Canada Day being tomorrow and the American Independence Day being next Monday. Fireworks, hecks yeah!) But as far as this blog is concerned, what's important about today is the last Star Wars Wednesday for a long, long time. Like, until next year if you all are lucky.
So seeing as it's the final Star Wars Wednesday, it's time to let some of the wackier Star Wars items have their moment in the sun. Especially since I would really like to get them off of my hard drive.
Every time I think I've seen just about everything when it comes to hats, things like a hat knitted to look like Princess Leia's buns comes along and my perception of "having seen everything" is blown all to smithereens.
Gotta give this lady credit, though; I KNOW I don't have the patience to sit there and knit two honkin' cinnamon-bun-like things. Shoot, I barely have the patience to write up this blog half of the time.
...You know, I can understand the logic that went into this hat. No, really; I can. Wookiees are hairy creatures by rule, and Chewbacca is no exception to said rule. So I suppose if you're going to make a hat based on Chewy, it would make some sort of sense that the hat should be just as hairy as the character is.
See, I get that. But I also get that sometimes you should just accept that the idea--while sound in theory--does not work in real life. Because that's when you get hats like the one above.
And that's all I have to say about that.
Maybe it's just the people I hang out with, but it really isn't all that difficult for me to imagine quite a few of my friends sporting this Death Star officer's cap.
Well, you know what they say. Come over to the Dark Side; they've got circular baked goods, or something like that.
Since no Star Wars post is complete without mention of that diminutive green Jedi master, here's an adorably simple Yoda hat. It's so simple, in fact, that the link will even show you how to make one of your very own.
Never say I don't give you people anything. 'Cause that would make you dirty rotten liars, and you all know where liars go. Rufus The Roommate even has a song that tells you where liars go, IT'S THAT COMMON OF KNOWLEDGE.
And that's it for today, as well as Star Wars Wednesdays. See you Friday!