Saturday, 29 April 2017

Star Wars Jokes (Part 3)

Secret sith, expensive light sabres and yodelling jedi masters.

Darth Vader: "Luke, I am your father."
Icelandic Luke: "Well the surname was kind of a giveaway."
It's the official Star Wars Day next week (May 4th), so in honour of George Lucas Disney, here are another selection of Star Wars jokes...

1) Why is Han Solo the only one who can understand Chewbacca?
Because that's the way the wookie mumbles.

2) After the first read through of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, Mark Hamill pulled JJ Abrams to one side and said, "Can I have a word?"

3) Under the Icelandic naming system, Luke Skywalker would have been called Luke Vaderson, which would have kind of spoilt the big plot twist for Icelandic viewers.

4) What is Yoda's last name?


5) How much does a red light sabre cost?
An arm and a leg.

6) What did the sweet potato say to Luke Skywalker?
I yam your father.

7) Why can't you email a photo to a jedi?
Because attachments are forbidden.

Yoda: "Do or do not. There is no try."
Curious viewer: "But Obi-Wan says..."
Yoda: "What he is talking about, Obi-Wan knows not."
8) Why is Hoth called Hoth?
Surely it should be called Coldh.  Or even Freezingh.

9) How did Mace die?
He was thrown out of the Windu.*

* Sorry, that joke was forced.

10) Finally, here are a couple of quotes which make me wonder ... was Yoda a sith?

Obi-Wan Kenobi: "Only a sith deals in absolutes."

Yoda: "Do or do not.  There is no try."


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If anyone knows any more Star Wars jokes, feel free to enter them in the comments below, and I might use them next year for a 'Star Wars Jokes (Part 4)' blog post.

Footnote: Under the Icelandic naming system, would Darth Vader have been called Darth Midi-chloriansson?

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More Star Wars themed posts, can you find below:
The Star Wars Pants Game Quiz
Star Wars Jokes (Part 1)
Star Wars Jokes (Part 2)

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