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Lightsaber chopsticks

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While the day when we're able to purchase our actual lightsabers is edging ever close (please don't argue with us), we're always on the lookout for any temporary distractions.

These lightsaber chopsticks will therefore do quite nicely.

Ignoring the fact that we always have to ask for cutlery after bravely trying for at least 40 seconds, we'll happily try even harder with this pair. Well, in reality, our food will probably go cold as a result of a lengthy chopstick duel anyway.

They're available from the Neatoshop to buy here.

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