Pets are like your kiddos. They help with stress and they're there any time you need them. For all you kitten parents who are also science fiction fans, these are the best sci-fi cat items to spoil your fluffy friend. After all, they deserve it.
Now, I know cats are usually fans of any cardboard box that comes their way. But, sometimes a squeaky mouse or a comfy tee to snuggle in is better than the package they come in.
This stuffed animal will be their new favorite. The mouse is squishy and has a bell inside they'll love to play with. It is also weighted, so it will stand upright on its own.
Cats don't really play fetch, but they might learn with this toy.
If your kitty has the personality of a captain, and let's be honest, all cats do. This is the perfect shirt for them. It's cute and comfy.
Plus they might not be able to join you for comic-com, but they can still cosplay.
A good water bowl is the first thing you should get after adopting your cat. So, either you're a new parent and should definitely get this bowl, or you've lived with your cat for years now, and they need a new one. Either way, this blue uniform one is perfect.
Tribbles are the perfect toy for cats. They're all fuzzy and look like a mouse or something they should chase. This one has a tiger pattern so it'll be fun to chase around.
Cats tend to walk around the building or neighborhood tricking others into giving them food. In no time some even get a second family. They will break your heart. So, this collar will make sure no one thinks they're adopting your already adopted kitten.
Have you ever seen a kitten with a bandana? It's the most adorable thing. Imagine that little cutie all dressed up running around the house with a blue Vulcan bandana.
Plus, who doesn't love a pun?
What better costume for your favorite cat than wise Yoda. We all know cats would give us wise advice we wouldn't follow. I know they cant, but it's still funny to see a cat with Yoda ears.
Glow in the dark collars can help you find your buddy in a dark closet, or in outer space. Personally I prefer the latter, but I think it's worth the buy either way.
We talked about how cute the bandana kitten is, but a "Star Wars" themed kitty bandana? Literally the cutest thing ever. This set has something for Yoda fans, Chewi fans, and everyone in between.
If you were particularly happy when the Empire fell, you will love seeing your kitten bite and toss around a Storm Trooper. If you're a fan of Storm Troopers you'll appreciate how cute this toy is. Either way, it's a win-win situation.
Cat in a tank top? Adorable. Cat in a Princess Leia tank top? Adorable and powerful. Bonus points if your kitten is named after a character from the Star Wars universe.
President Trump, who's been on a spree of pardons and brash acts after being acquitted by the Republican-controlled Senate, recently described himself as the "chief law enforcement officer of the country" while defending rumors he plans to pardon confidant Roger Stone.
Actor Mark Hamill, who frequently criticizes the President online, poked fun at Trump's unstable, borderline authoritarian behavior, by asking him for an even bigger pardon.
Hey "Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the Country"... Pardon THIS: https://t.co/gBYSWqKObj— Mark Hamill (@Mark Hamill)1582133664.0
The Star Wars Holiday Special, produced quickly on the coattails of the first film's success, is famously bad and features some of the worst acting of the entire Star Wars saga.
@HamillHimself To paraphrase Master Yoda : It's a good thing "there is NOT another.."— Alan Scott (@Alan Scott)1582134172.0
@HamillHimself Lmao....it wasn't that bad......well it was kinda bad.— Lolo🆘🌊🚬🍷 (@Lolo🆘🌊🚬🍷)1582137172.0
Sadly, most people agreed the special was a crime, though not one worthy of a pardon.
@HamillHimself That's it, that's the Tweet 😆 https://t.co/Z3CdwHaV9p— Claudia _Rose🌹 (@Claudia _Rose🌹)1582144014.0
@HamillHimself @devincf How much is it worth to you?— Jerry Ordway (@Jerry Ordway)1582172723.0
Of course, if Roger Stone, who was recently sentenced to 40 months in prison after Trump asked the Department of Justice to go easy on his old friend, deserves special treatment, perhaps the special does as well!
@HamillHimself 🤣🤣🤣 never forget https://t.co/XPjUOlVSsW— Maka❤Mark Hamill👈 (@Maka❤Mark Hamill👈)1582146514.0
@HamillHimself @TheNelsonMike Thanks for going out of your way to make us laugh, Mark. Heaven knows we need you and… https://t.co/xjzhMEmrXZ— Jared Petty (@Jared Petty)1582163390.0
Perhaps the special would have a better chance of getting pardoned if it donated a bunch of money to the Trump campaign—a common theme that connects each of Trump's recent acts of clemency.
@HamillHimself I bet he'll grant it a pardon in exchange for dirt on the Bidens.— OGKDubs (@OGKDubs)1582220712.0
@HamillHimself Holiday Special?? Crazy Liberals! Call it a Christmas Special for goodness sake! [/sarcasm font]— Harry (@Harry)1582133750.0
Unfortunately for Hamill, many people online felt that even the President didn't have the power to let that special off the hook.
That special might be unpardonable. https://t.co/r7aWmTq8qI— HuffPost (@HuffPost)1582249258.0
@HuffPost The pardon for that Star Wars debacle would require an Act of Congress. A presidential pardon wouldn't be enough.— IslandReader1 (@IslandReader1)1582249901.0
Pardoning that stinker is beyond any human's ability. https://t.co/y8LZBVogm5— Greg Barteluk (@Greg Barteluk)1582239065.0
There were a few who tried to stand up for the cult-classic...
@thehill So... @DonaldJTrumpJr think you know a someone that could "take care" of this?— Albeleo (@Albeleo)1582264200.0
...but not many.
@thehill @TheRickWilson It's no more ridiculous than the convicts trump released— Elliott Miller (@Elliott Miller)1582256800.0
Perhaps the true answer is actually to produce a sequel?
@HamillHimself But we already got the poster for 'Star Wars Holiday Special: Episode II' 🧐 https://t.co/3dTtDYRJNv— Fandom (@Fandom)1582235108.0
You've got it all wrong @HamillHimself. Don't pardon it, make a self aware Holiday Special 2.0!!!! https://t.co/Ea5XQw3cxb— Stephen Kent (@Stephen Kent)1582297149.0
President Trump, if you actually believe in democracy, pardon this holiday special!
Unless you've been living under a rock for the later half of 2019, you've seen the internet craze that is baby Yoda.
The little creature has taken over everything from meme culture to merchandise, and now, he's inspiring other baby versions of Star Wars creatures.
Before any challengers approached, Baby Yoda dominated the internet.
5 year old me: I’m sick I can’t go to school Mom: but you seem fine Me: https://t.co/DTLFI7J9bV— Baby Yoda™ (@Baby Yoda™)1579545042.0
Me leaving Build-a-bear with the child https://t.co/NkfwcAIIEg— Baby Yoda™ (@Baby Yoda™)1579540759.0
It's baby Yoda again blessing your timeline, you are welcome. #BabyYoda https://t.co/hwveWZskL4— I'M SO RARE! (@I'M SO RARE!)1579471329.0
When your mom says “tell me about last night” and you’re tryna figure out what she knows https://t.co/uPIUPz0VwO— Baby Yoda™ (@Baby Yoda™)1579465660.0
Meme of the day baby yoda https://t.co/WLQAPTW3q4— youknowit21 (@youknowit21)1579410460.0
But now, a new challenger approaches. And his name? Baby Jabba.
Baby Jabba surfaced on Twitter and was equal parts disturbing and amazing:
You guys...BABY JABBA 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 https://t.co/Y65dwCBxSJ— 𝕷𝖎𝖓𝖆 (@𝕷𝖎𝖓𝖆)1579471234.0
And people are already stanning Baby Jabba hard.
I’m cool with #BabyJabba https://t.co/p0pdnEZTok— Rob Keyes (@Rob Keyes)1579529487.0
This Baby Jabba looks like the baby from “Dinosaurs” and I’m okay with that https://t.co/iBykUG4uVU https://t.co/miFOka3jni— Todd Mitchum (@Todd Mitchum)1579538770.0
Babby jabba > baby yoda https://t.co/OPW5Qv2UHe— StillDrugged (@StillDrugged)1579538607.0
(clenching my fists so hard my nails draw blood) I would DIE for baby jabba https://t.co/4NivhYAqt7— Gretchen Felker-Martin (@Gretchen Felker-Martin)1579557126.0
But yet, Baby Yoda is so cute that a lot of his stans are refusing to let Baby Jabba have any of the attention.
This #BabyJabba monster is not cuter than Baby Yoda. https://t.co/9NS8I3rpU8— Arya Blades (@Arya Blades)1579564034.0
#StarWars #TheMandalorian Excuse me. Baby Jabba gots NOTHIN' on Baby Yoda. 🤢… https://t.co/M949Hxs971— David Taylor II™ (@David Taylor II™)1579554082.0
Baby Yoda > Baby Jabba: There Can Be Only One... https://t.co/iZEZDCmZXK— ⚡T E V E N ⚡️K Y W A L K E R (@⚡T E V E N ⚡️K Y W A L K E R)1579572690.0
Baby jabba is cute but not even close to baby yoda https://t.co/agTMu2JGNi— Bear (@Bear)1579546655.0
nope, not as cute as Baby Yoda. #BabyJabba #BabyYoda https://t.co/NuQkd4FA8g— Queen Mecha The Merciless (@Queen Mecha The Merciless)1579549589.0
Baby Yoda is pretty darn cute.
I mean, how can you resist those eyes?
But does Baby Jabba stand a chance?
Once I see Baby Chewie, the Holy Trinity will be complete #BabyJabba https://t.co/5SP6phc34h— Matt Neglia (@Matt Neglia)1579545215.0
BABY JABBA is now my son... I don’t make the rules.🥺🥺 https://t.co/yX6LPhRjgH— jen (@jen)1579546002.0
Happy bday #BabyJabba !! May you grow up to create a safe & friendly environment for good people to come discuss br… https://t.co/JTdwvzGoKH— Dane Cook (@Dane Cook)1579550339.0
#BabyJabba has nothing on #BabyYoda. I have spoken https://t.co/antsVRs4SL— Rey (@Rey)1579578193.0
Anyone can grow up to be president #BabyJabba https://t.co/cAIs0nzFst— Confunctionist (@Confunctionist)1579549164.0
This may turn into the next major disagreement among Star Wars fans.
If you've been anywhere near the internet the past couple months you've no doubt spent countless minutes, hours, days fawning over the biggest star to hit the airwaves since the dawn of television.
He's tiny, he's green, he's so cute you truly cannot deal.
Which is why, when Star Wars creator George Lucas and Baby Yoda finally met the other day, the entire internet lost its collective mind. Please sit down, because the cuteness might be too much to handle.
It all began when Favreau tweeted out a photo of the iconic filmmaking wizard cradling the sweet little fuzzy dude like, well, a baby on The Mandalorian set, and good Lord almighty it's enough to make you forget every problem that has ever happened in the entire history of human existence and any that may arise in the future for the rest of time.
Can you even‽‽
Honestly, the only way this could be better is if Lucas were feeding the big BY his beloved chiccy nuggies and choccy milk.
Anyway, Favreau's immediately-viral tweet had no caption, because a picture this pure surpasses all words, of course.
But the internet sure had plenty to say, because frankly, they're obsessed.
Extremely blessed image passing by your timeline https://t.co/ydwu4QDasZ— Davi Brantes (@Davi Brantes)1579243819.0
@Jon_Favreau This really feels like I’m witnessing something blessed, repaint the Sistine chapel with this image pls— Cam (@Cam)1579227673.0
This is truly amazing because he looks as if he was looking at his new born child. This photo is legendary. https://t.co/FScmqu3baF— Jay Martyr (@Jay Martyr)1579242713.0
@Jon_Favreau Tag yourself. I’m the smiling through tears bystander. https://t.co/mwVipQjMad— The Rise of Bruce Wright (@The Rise of Bruce Wright)1579227680.0
Get you a person who looks at you the way the person in the background wearing a jacket looks at George Lucas looki… https://t.co/moeNQL4VAX— Aura Bogado (@Aura Bogado)1579240365.0
"no, *I* am your father" https://t.co/osXhNVVjQP— Dave Itzkoff (@Dave Itzkoff)1579227485.0
"Always two, there are. A master, and an apprentice." https://t.co/7xIC0TmJzv— Austen Bundy (@Austen Bundy)1579242810.0
Me walking to my computer desk with the burrito I just microwaved https://t.co/y1ONKOaE0k— 🌌Meowdry!🌌🏳️⚧️ (@🌌Meowdry!🌌🏳️⚧️)1579276117.0
I love how hastily taken this photo clearly is. Like Favs is scrambling to get his phone out of his pocket. "Ohmygo… https://t.co/f7MvqvpmYh— Kyle Martinak (@Kyle Martinak)1579275797.0
@Jon_Favreau "George put Baby Yoda down." "No." "George we need it for shooting." "No it's mine now." "George pleas… https://t.co/65pjHwjmHi— Chillguy / COMMISSIONS CLOSED / #TeenTitansSeason6 (@Chillguy / COMMISSIONS CLOSED / #TeenTitansSeason6)1579228473.0
Baby Yoda is going home. https://t.co/ga630v7b8p— ❄Mikki Kendall❄ (@❄Mikki Kendall❄)1579239436.0
2020 ain't that bad https://t.co/fUjvxTNhfO— Jackson (@Jackson)1579230201.0
What a blessing to the timeline, indeed.
If you, too, have fallen in love with Baby Yoda, there's a fun story about how Baby Yoda would've been just a CGI mirage if iconic filmmaker (and The Mandalorian costar) Werner Herzog hadn't scolded everyone for even thinking about it.
Thank God for those who speak truth to power.
Liberty! Unity! Chiccy Nuggies!
Get your own Baby Yoda figurines here in 3 sets with 2 styles in each.
'Star Wars' Fan Loses It At 'Rise Of Skywalker' Screening, Punches Man In The Face For Using His Phone
There is nothing more frustrating than a lit smartphone distracting you during a movie in a darkened theater, especially at a screening for the highly anticipated Star Wars Episode IX: Rise of Skywalker.
Crowds flocked to theaters to catch the final installment of the Star Wars sequel trilogy when it opened during the week of Christmas.
Although the J. J. Abrams-helmed production received mixed reviews, it still grossed over $377 million so far, and people lined up to see their favorite characters on the silver screen for one last time (that we know of).
One thing is certain, the force is strong with diehard Star Wars fans, and they will not let anything ruin it for them.
This is what happens when you give in to the dark side.
Cinema Patron Loses His Patience Over Phone || ViralHog youtu.be
Joe Bond and his wife went to the 7:30 p.m. screening and found himself in the crosshairs of the irate Star Wars super fan, seen in the clip above, when he pulled out his cellphone.
Bond knew something was off when he first spotted the irate moviegoer, who had "aggressively" asked to find his seat.
With the exception of an emergency, audience members should abide by the protocol of turning off their cellphones during the movie.
Bond told Global News that one audience member foolishly tried to film the opening credits of the movie on his phone and immediately experienced the wrath of the cantankerous super fan.
Soon after the movie started, a man screamed at his neighbor and allegedly punched him in the face for daring to ch… https://t.co/JUOj1IH8U7— DC⚡️101 (@DC⚡️101)1577722956.0
But then, Bond felt the phone vibrating in his pocket.
He and his wife were on a rare night out after the birth of their second child. As a father, his instinct was to check his phone in case the babysitter was trying to reach him.
"I thought I was getting a phone call from our baby sitter."
"It was the first time my wife and I had been on a date with both our kids being looked after, so I pulled out my phone really discreetly to see if it was the baby sitter calling. It wasn't, so I put it back."
Unfortunately, the unidentified super fan saw this and became furious.
Bond said the angry man "just kind of lost it" and brought his fist to Bond's face at light speed.
"I told him to calm down, and he didn't calm down, and then he hit me in the face."
"There was a lot of people filming the situation because it was pretty hilarious."
It became such a disruption, employees had to stop the movie to escort the outraged patron out of the theater.
The house lights came on as the audience boo'd at the man and chanted, "out, out, out."
He berated his hecklers by declaring his passion for Star Wars.
"I am a real 'Star Wars' fan!"
He continued screaming and waved his cellphone to emphasize a point.
"Turn your phones off! Turn your phones off!" Use your f - - king heads! Welcome to the 21st century! I waited a goddamned year to see this so some a - - hole can turn his phone on next to me?!"
Footage of his tantrum spilled over to the internet, courtesy of a video posted by Viral Hog.
Nerd culture rots the mind. https://t.co/SIKMPmDiBZ— Squatting Neville (@Squatting Neville)1577896563.0
the biggest douche of 2019??? https://t.co/Yvs8WmkMGF— ◯Oo (@◯Oo)1577854498.0
Scotia Bank spokeswoman Sarah Van Lange wrote in an emailed statement:
"Luckily, the Force was strong with the cineplex team who ended up rewinding the film for the remaining guests."
"They got a round of applause out of appreciation from the fans!"
According to Rotten Tomatoes, Rise of Skywalker received a score of 57%, while fans rated the final installment in the franchise higher with an 86% rating.
Much like the mixed critical reviews, people were divided over the events that unfolded at the screening in Vancouver, with some vouching for the super fan's meltdown and others, not so much.
Brave man. Why would they argue with him? I must have missed something. https://t.co/xr5mSdWOMl via @YouTube— Slàinte ☘️ (@Slàinte ☘️)1577881104.0
While distractions during a screening of a highly-anticipated film is frustrating, no one deserves a punch to the face.