THAT’S NO MOON, IT’S THE HORS D’OEUVRES

A lesser known directive of the Tarkin Doctrine was a corollary stating that upon the successful demonstration of the Death Star’s capabilities against a military target, there would be a celebration featuring little tiny sandwiches served on Death Star platters by those adorable little mousey MSE-6 repair droids.

Tarkin never got his party, but you can serve up appetizers just like the Grand Moff would on a Death Star serving tray of your very own. Generously sized with a 14-inch diameter, it’ll hold a lot of tiny sandwiches, or whatever else you’re dishing out to the Imperial elite. Remember, there ain’t no party like a Grand Moff party, ’cause a Grand Moff party is mandatory!

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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.