Where can I get one? That’s cool.


It is my little one’s birthday today. He asked for star wars stuff. His oldest two brothers (with help from his mother) bought him some Star Wars Lego sets and Prince HockeyFan bought him a light saber.

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I posted the same photo on my FaceBook page, and in a private birthday album sent to friends and family – and no less than five grown males emailed me / contacted me that they would love to have a light saber too, where can they get one.


Do boys ever grow up? Or do you stay children forever?


Thing is, as things go, getting a light saber for a grown up isn’t such a terrible tragedy. Its when men drive their own cars that they worked hard to pay for and you hear them making the vroom vroom sound as they drive, I think then you have to be concerned.


Sigh….boys and their toys.

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  1. rabbifink says:

    I blogged about this idea a couple of times.

    Check it out http://bit.ly/tZhQv and http://bit.ly/LPar0.

    Both are great posts. I think you will like them. Except that what I wrote applies to men AND women.

    It is not really that different than what you wrote about here —-> http://hadassahsabo.wordpress.com/2009/05/25/80schickandproudofit/

  2. I dont see whats so great. Now a big bow and arrow is something that I would be jealous of.

  3. Chanief says:

    Lightsabers are fun. Try this, after the kids go to bed take out the light saber and proceed to slash the hell out of anyone on your s*** list. The mailman who was rude to you? Swish, GONE! That guy who cut you off then yelled at you for honking at him? Swish! It’s therapeutic (and fun!) If my son ever realizes I’ve been playing with his he’s going to make me buy my own.

  4. why do you assume that only boys want Star Wars toys????

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