I don't know if you could tell, but that's not an actual photograph. It's just some concept art for what the cookie jar should look like when it's actually manufactured in some third world nation for pennies. Available in September for $50, this Death Star cookie jar protects your delectables with a giant, planet destroying laser beam. Okay, maybe just a lid. BUT A LASER WOULD BE COOL TOO, AM I RIGHT? No, I'm left. Haha, who's sinister now?! I kicked an old lady!
Death Star Cookie Jar Keeps Sweets Safe From Everything But the Force [gizmodo]
Thanks to Julian, who once used the Force to taste brownies while they were still in the oven. Impressive.
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