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LEGO Star Wars The original Star Wars saga as told by a kid with one heck of a LEGO collection.
See below post this funny and interesting video with complete Star Wars story in just two minutes.

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Ivan Osijek. Ivan Osijek said: RT @tweetmeme The Fastest and Funniest LEGO Star Wars story ever told | […]

  2. […] People who spend a lot of time at the office would of course like to feel comfortable in it. You maybe think about a good chair, a fancy computer and other technology equipment, or maybe a mini kitchen, but that is not the case for this guy. He loves Star Wars, maybe slightly obsessed with it, and it really shows in his office. He has a real size Darth Vader placed by the left side of his desk and Yoda in front of him. Not to mention all of the other things like Stormtrooper helmet, their “guns”, Star Wars poster picture, the Millennium Falcon in a glass box, and many other things as well. I guess this guy feels like he enters the world of Star Wars every day when he comes to work. Something to look forward to every morning. He informs that the office decorations are not all done, because he still got a few touch ups to do. When he is done his office will look almost look like a museum, but that is the look he was going for. Speaking of Star Wars, here is the fastest and funniest LEGO Star Wars story ever told. […]

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