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CONTEST: When Mr. Potato Head Goes to the Dark Side

Not that I troll toy sites looking for Star Wars related stuff or anything… No, really. This comes from The Not that I subscribe to their newsfeed or anything.

Anywho, Hasbro has a Darth Vader version of Mr. Potato Head called Darth Tater.

Which can only mean it’s time for another long-overdue contest!

Name a food-related version of a Star Wars Character.

The winner will be chosen with no clear, discernable iota of common sense and might receive the respect of several (or at least a few).

Let the humor commence! And no fair using “Ham Salad”; that’s already been done.

About John DeNardo (13013 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

12 Comments on CONTEST: When Mr. Potato Head Goes to the Dark Side

  1. Qui-Gon Gin

  2. What’s new in Sci Fi fashion this spring?

    My bros at sfsignal are on top of it again, they found a Darth Mr. Potato Head. Personally, I’m waiting on the Princess Leia Chia Head.

  3. Java The Hutt

    Boba Feta

    Jar Jar Drinks

    C3P-Nuts (yes, I’ve used this before)

  4. Count Dookula?

    Bantha Jelly (you need to be from the south to probably get this one, as an alternate, Bantha Pudding)

  5. even more obscure

    Porkins Beans…

    Sashimi Skywalker??

  6. Count Fondooku

  7. Senator Ovaltine

    I’m missing the Porkins Beans reference. Wtat’s it mean, fanboys? [I’ll pre-post my “Ah!” now]

  8. Maize Windu

  9. JP should know it…think Episode IV (yeah…I geeked out on that one, but I really dug the sashimi one and I love the Fondooku!)

  10. Porkins was the fat X-wing pilot in Ep 4. He got blown up. His name is mentioned during the assault on the Death Star. If you had bothered to troll as you usually do, you could have searched for him…


  11. Yodel (bah! Too easy.)

    I tried going to the site, JP, but all of your browsers, PDAs, cell phones, and feedreaders were causing a d-o-s attack on the servers. 🙂

  12. Luke Warmwater

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