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The day Star Wars hit our earth (31 Photos)

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  • jdb

    man vader has a nice body #7

    • Wickedrebel

      HOT

    • https://www.facebook.com/jason.ciotti Jason Ciotti

      you mean wo-man vader

      • jdb

        idk I never saw vader's actual body

        • Wavien

          You never saw Star Wars then.

          OMGWTFBBQCONSPIRACY!! 😮

          • Nunya

            I always knew Anakin was a little bitch…

  • http://www.facebook.com/pcribaudo Pete Ribaudo

    #13 awesome sideboob…and from what im assuming, even awesomer sidecrotch

  • disturbedearth

    Entire post = Awesome!

  • sceneitB4

    #7 How Star Wars gets rid of Klingons…

    • iAm1-NAMI

      fricken troll!

  • HoratioBoobles

    If Carrie Fisher was president, she would be Babraham Lincoln #30

    • feed the monkey

      so fine back in the day

  • moeshere Foxdale

    #30 the force is fine with this one…hehe

  • Epoy

    #29 & #30 FTW!!!

    Who is the artist for 29?

    If you have rare/awesome pics of Carrie Fisher, make sure to get em to CHIVE so she can have her own post!

  • greenerblues

    #4 Yoda MTV Raps

    • greenerblues

      sorry, #5

  • Youngblood55

    I don't know why but #11 disturbs me.

    • Jaye

      Same here /: Not entirely sure how to explain it either

    • Richard Nixon

      Glad someone said this as well. It is in poor taste I think.

    • Nicnac

      #1 trivializes storming the beaches of Normandy in WW2, and 11 does the same for Vietnam.

      In 20 years we will see spoof pictures about 9/11.😉

      • wyoboy

        Agreed

    • JustAnotherMan

      No what you all don't seem to get about this picture and the apparent depth about it is the Vietnam War Memorial speaks for the soldiers. It isn't about politics, it ain't about religion, it speaks to the soldiers that fought and died in the Vietnam War. The fact the artist here managed to extrapolate that simple, yet utterly deep message into a Star Wars m

      ode is sombering and was done in a utterly respectful way in the picture you see here. Doesn't matter about what the Empire represented in the plotline of Star Wars, because certain people could very well say that about America now (I'm not one however). But the fact is as a military man and lover of Star Wars, you should be able to see the message of respect and loss that exists here between soldiers that have paid the ultimate sacrifice and those that lived to mourn/remember them for that loss. This type of sadness can be spread across any soldier society and transcends politics and battle lines.

      This picture could've been worse in so many small ways. If your disturbed by it, then you truly will never understand this message as a civilian or what this picture imparts.

      PS, As for the Beaches of Normandy picture, possibly done in bad taste but not this.

      • dude

        cool story bro

      • iAm1-NAMI

        agreed – did not german soldiers grieve for fallen friends after WWII? Their grief even more in knowing they had fought and died for evil?

  • Wolfram

    #22 is kind of awesome!
    #8 "We don't serve their kind here"

  • joe daddy

    Yeah..Star wars..so cool. I personally am kinda tired of the star wars revitalization stuff. Let it go. The movies where 30 years ago and the new ones sucked.

  • Randy Marsh

    I've seen #1 so many times, and it still looks so real

  • jugg

    … As opposed to some other Earth?

  • http://blog.tomsforeign.com Yeahbeer

    #18 lol awesome!

  • http://www.facebook.com/codealpha Terry Burke

    #30… i don't care what she looks like now. i would hit it

  • Jedi

    #30
    she was so hot!!!

  • D.C

    #22 Like a Boss!

  • susan sue

    sara underwood ftw

  • Dea9

    #19 fett should be in a vett.

  • Awesome O

    #7 just what I want to see female Vader wiping her ass. #11 Totally disrespectful

    • JustAnotherMan

      "once again referring to number 11, my response to another chive that didn't seem to comprehend the Vietnam War or its memorial."

      No what you all don't seem to get about this picture and the apparent depth about it is the Vietnam War Memorial speaks for the soldiers. It isn't about politics, it ain't about religion, it speaks to the soldiers that fought and died in the Vietnam War. The fact the artist here managed to extrapolate that simple, yet utterly deep message into a Star Wars mode is sombering and was done in a utterly respectful way in the picture you see here.

      Doesn't matter about what the Empire represented in the plotline of Star Wars, because certain people could very well say that about America now (I'm not one however). But the fact is as a military man and lover of Star Wars, you should be able to see the message of respect and loss that exists here between soldiers that have paid the ultimate sacrifice and those that lived to mourn/remember them for that loss. This type of sadness can be spread across any soldier society and transcends politics and battle lines.

      This picture could've been worse in so many small ways. If your disturbed by it, then you truly will never understand this message as a civilian or what this picture imparts.

      PS, As for the Beaches of Normandy picture, possibly done in bad taste but not this.

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  • boobs

    I just had a nerdgasm!!!

  • theMorgue77

    YODA FOR POPE!!

  • gaz

    #30 i saw 30 and just said wow thumbs up if your with me

  • Just Sayin'

    #30 My force will be strong in this one.

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