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Jabba the Hutt Soap Doesn’t Smell as Gross as It Looks

by Paul Strauss
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There are few more rank, nasty, and vile characters in the history of film than Jabba the Hutt. This disgusting fat worm of a creature took our princess hostage and subjected her to horrible humiliation, and kept a frozen Han Solo in his collection. While Return of the Jedi wasn’t available in Smell-o-vision, I can only imagine he smelled terrible. Subsisting on a diet of toads does that to a guy.

Fortunately, this Jabba the Hutt soap won’t make you smell like partially digested Klatooine paddy frogs. In fact, it’s available in all kinds of delightful fragrances, including lemon, peach, cinnamon, jasmine, english rose, and even frankincense and myrrh. I have no idea what the latter smell like, but I just liked saying them. You can also choose from a variety of colors, but I think green or brown are the only appropriate ones here.

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You can pick up a Jabba the Hutt soap from Etsy seller NerdySoap for about $5(USD). They also make a larger version for about $17 that comes with a fully unfurled tail.

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While you’re at it, you might want to grab a Han Solo in carbonite soap to add to your trophy room.

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