PEW PEW PEW PASS THE POPCORN!

There’s nothing quite like seeing a Star Wars movie up on the big theater screen, with a big ol’ bucket of popcorn and your favorite fellow fans by your side. Except, what’s to be done for those months when there isn’t a Star Wars film in the theaters? Why, marathon movie viewing parties on your home couch, of course! (We won’t get into what order you should watch the existing films in, or which you should skip – that’s your own business to argue about in the comments.)

Serve up a big bowl of popcorn at your next viewing party, in this ceramic serving bowl featuring two of the series’ most notorious fighters, the X-Wing and the TIE Fighter, engaged in a dogfight amongst the stars. On the inside of the bowl, the Star Wars logo will reveal itself as you and your guests start to eat up the contents. Generously sized at 10 inches in diameter by 4 inches deep, it’ll hold a whole lot of tasty treats. Or you could use it as an oversized cereal bowl with lots of blue milk – no judgment here.

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Pokémon Pikachu Wink Polo

Today we’re going to talk about “business casual.” Don’t run out the door yet, there’s nothing to be afraid of. This is called a polo. It’s like a t-shirt, but with a collar. “But Copywriter Monkey, how can this sweet polo be considered business casual when it has such a cool graphic on it?”

Star Wars Darth Vader Mask Polo

At ThinkGeek, we don’t just geek out with our favorite peeps, we also tackle the big issues in the galaxy. And right now, we’re super concerned with the aversion to the business casual dress code, specifically the polo. Our latest letter comes all the way from the Death Star.  

Marvel Deadpool Mask Polo

Still not sold on business casual? Maybe we can help. Let’s address a common source of apprehension: the collar. We know… it’s an adjustment going from V-necks and crew cuts to some sort of foreign material around your neck. But don’t panic. It’s not trying to strangle you. Think of the collar as armor for your neck (or a neck hug). It IS a vital part of the body after all. Just ask Deadpool.