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  • The Manticore

    omfg. the awesome leaves me speechless.
    and I don’t even like star wars that much. ahahaa

  • tinamarie

    Wash your Hans and Bobba Feet!

  • janeeto

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    HAHAHAHAHA! Thank you for THAT!

  • hoatzin

    And where are YOUR hans, Solo?

    Afraid to show them because Chuck Norris roundhouse-kicked them to bloody stumps?

  • AnnieB

    Wash your hands after going solo please … 😛

  • Lung the Younger

    Wash my Hans? But there’s not even a towel here to padme hands dry.

  • AnnieB

    Seems you didn’t think ahead ….

  • Spud

    Looks like a hanful.

  • Bigwavdave

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    Better to wash before going solo, no? And going solo doesn’t necessarily mean you’re alone, right? After that, it slurpee time! Open wide… :wang:

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    Did you mean to say thinking of head?

  • AnnieB

    That’s me being subtle Bigwavdave … can’t put anything over on you, can I? 😛

  • junkman

    could someone please lightsaber etch my meat? it would luke cool when i get leiaed. hey…it’s almost the weekend…..punch it chewy.

  • tom

    if you chew bacca and spit on your hans please wash before leah-ing .

  • Meagan

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    “Don’t get cocky, kid.” 😛 :wang:

  • Penguin Pete

    Wash your Hans after douching your Wookie!

  • Jay Laverdure

    Re “funny Japanese game show”: In 1989, I spent six months working in Japan at the Yokohama Exotic Showcase (YES ’89),
    a theme park celebrating the 100th anniversary of the city of Yokohama.
    Every Friday, at 8 PM, I and various other American performers would assemble in somebody’s hotel room to watch what one of my Japanese friends said was “Prince Valentine’s Castle”- but what we more accurately called “The Beat-Your-Face Game Show”.

    The format? A photogenic Japanese man in a military uniform (tremendously overladen with faux-medals and decorations) hosted
    a show in which ordinary Japanese, from all walks of life, would run various types of obstacle-courses or physical challenges.

    The bonus? You were assured that every broadcast would show somebody getting incredibly smashed up (if not, indeed, hospitalized!).
    [My personal favorite challenge was where people walked across an un-railed rope-bridge, 40 feet over a trapeze net, while insane men shot them off the bridge w/ volleyballs blasted from an air-cannon.]

  • StevieC

    Hey Jay,

    You can still catch that show on SPike TV. It’s called MXC. It’s a redub of Takeshi’s Castle.

  • Drusky

    You should wash your hands after playing with your light saber but before woking your ewok…

  • Bigwavdave

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    Just can’t stop looking at that blue eye. :wang:

  • rust

    geez… it took me two days to get it.

    But, I always wash my hans and neck at night. :kiss:

  • Lake Effect

    I usually neck at night, too. :wang: :thong: :boobs:

    I’m hungover, and I approve this message.

  • Dragonhose

    A hans in the hand ain’t worth :wang: :wang: in the bush!

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