I remember I was playing trivia in a bar one night about four years ago when I first learned that "Star Wars Day" was a thing. My team guessed that it was "May the first," which I'm still convinced sounds more accurate than "May the fourth." At the time, "Star Wars Day" was known of only to serious fans of the genre. It's suddenly blown up over the past few years, and now it's everywhere.
Here's what I saw when I opened up Twitter a few hours ago:
I might as well feed the beast. Some previous Star Wars related blogs I've written:
Star Wars cereal tastes exactly like Fruit Loops. All Fruit Loops.
Star Wars began with episodes 4-6, followed by 1-3, then back to 7, now we get a sort of 3-and-a-half?
Darth Vader and Tedy Bruschi's Fantasy Football Draft
Paul Pierce and Star Wars Inspired Awesome(?) Old Song of the Week