Han Solo Carbonite Chocolate Bar

“It’s a pretty rough life. Lucrative, sure, but rough. Sometimes, you just want to escape to a simpler way of doing business. Which is why Jabba has opened his own sweets factory. A little side venture where he makes Lightsaber Popsicles, Wookiee Cookies, Candy Rancorn, Twi’lek Dancer Lollipops, and the ever popular coconut Wamparoons. Getting these Han Solo in Carbonite Chocolate Bars shipped in from a galaxy far, far away took a long, long time, but they’re finally here! Enjoy this rich chocolate bounty from Tatooine’s Tasty Treats.” w/ photos

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7ft Papercraft Gundam

“After burning my 4ft Freedom Gundam papercraft in 2010 I was determined to create a bigger and better replacement. This 7ft Gundam Mk-2 papercraft became the result of my goal, made up of 1,250 parts on 720 pages, for a total paper weight of 10lb.” — Lesko

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Finger Parkour

“Johnny Budden filmed this over in his hideout in Paris the other day. It just goes to show that there is a little athlete inside all of us.” — 99timshi

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Mannequin Hat PRANK

“Shoppers are scared out of their mind by a screaming woman made up as a realistic looking hat mannequin head.”

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Florida Dog Eats $1,000 Cash

When an envelope stuffed full of $1,000 in cash went missing, Christy and Joe Lawrenson thought someone had broken into their Florida home. But it soon became clear that their dog, Tuity, had given herself an expensive treat. Two weeks ago Mrs Lawrenson had left ten $100 dollar bills in the envelope for her husband to take to the bank for a car payment. But the couple’s four-year-old dog, a Labrador Retriever, chow, bulldog mix, managed to get her paws on it first and snatched it from a counter. ‘My husband and I are trying to pay off my car, and so every time we save $1,000, we just take it to the bank and we just put it in the account.’ she said. But when Mr Lawrenson returned to their home in St Augustine on his lunch break, the envelope was gone. When he looked in the living room, he saw pieces of one-hundred dollar bills scattered across the floor. The rest, including a paper clip used to pin the cash together, was in Tuity’s stomach.” w/ photos

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