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Darth Vader Piñata Filled With Candy, Streamers, Evil

by Paul Strauss

It seems only natural to me that you’d want to beat the crap out of Darth Vader with a baseball bat, right? That’s why you need to go grab one of these Darth Vader piñatas before your next party.


Actually, a lightsaber might be a more appropriate way to bust this thing open. Unfortunately, Hallmark decided to make this one of those “safe” pull-string piñatas. Why is it that we need to safety-proof a game where children wield a large stick and swing it around a room filled with other children while blindfolded? It was good enough for me when I was a child – and just look at how well I turned out. Besides, I’m sure someone will figure out a way to choke on the pull string and sue over this thing anyhow. Regardless, I don’t see any reason why you can’t beat this thing with a bat and skip the whole pull-string thing anyhow.

I know you want one. Head on over to Amazon, where you can find the Darth Vader piñata for about $20 bucks – a small price to pay to get your hands on the head of the Sith Lord.

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Comments (2):

  1. Kahlotus says:

    I want to use a lightsaber also. But I’ll take it one step further and say I’d like to see a pinata in the shape of the training ball Luke used on the Millenium Falcon, complete with lasers that shoot you when you miss…

  2. Would you say they have a plethora of pinata?

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