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Much like when I decided to dedicate a post to my collection of Star Wars mugs, I’m not feeling quite up to writing a review of an 80s cartoon that no-one remembers today. Which may come as a relief, in many respects, to those of you who loyally read my posts regardless of their content (and although that is quite a small collective, you have no idea how grateful I am that you exist…).

We are, today, over halfway through May, so even if I keep this nonsense up for the rest of the month, we will soon be back to a world in which I no longer blog exclusively about Star Wars.

I don’t know what June has in store for this blog. Perhaps I’ll go back to blogging about the worldwide pandemic, or maybe I’ll focus on my usual mundane offerings.

Or maybe I’ll come up with a new theme. I toyed with the idea of another George Lucas inspired project. I was going to call it Indiana June…

Anyway, back to today and rather than writing about some obscure spin-off in the Star Wars universe, I’ve decided to post some pictures of some Star Wars attire that I own.

It should be noted though, that although I do love Star Wars, if the garments below imply some kind of obsession then rest assured I own at least the same number of tops proclaiming my love for the Welsh rugby team. And a surprising amount of t-shirts which might indicate my support for several football teams that I don’t, in fact, support.

And Superman, Batman and Spiderman are also well represented in my wardrobe.

Essentially I own too many t-shirts.

But these are the Star Wars ones:

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An Adidas/Star Wars mash-up that has resulted in more than one person stopping me to tell me that I’m wearing a cool t-shirt. Because Star Wars is cool…

 

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A gift from my lovely wife and quite probably my favourite t-shirt out of all the t-shirts I’ve ever owned.

 

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Another gift from my wife who frankly knows me too well…

 

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Sometimes it’s too cold for a t-shirt, and on those days, I can still proclaim my love for Star Wars by wearing this.

 

And because sometimes it’s Christmas, I also own the following:

 

Anyway, I’m off to watch more Star Wars cartoons so I can write about them in the near future.

I might even write about one of them tomorrow.

9 thoughts on “May The Sixteenth Be With You: Who’s Scruffy Lookin’?

  1. The shirts are great! Consider writing about the problem-solving strategies of the Star Wars cartoons. They definitely provide an interesting insight into ideas from a galaxy far far away that could/should be implemented in our world. 🙂
    – Melanie A. Peters of Intentergy.com

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  2. While I’m happy to see your apparel, I’m even happier to know about your love for the Welsh Rugby Team–Williams, Jenkins, all those Joneses–I adore them! (I coached rugby for several years, and it’s my favourite sport to this day!)

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    1. There are some parallels between the Welsh Rugby Team and Star Wars. Both were great in the seventies. Both were rubbish in the late nineties and early noughties and both have been fairly good again since 2005.

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