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Although the majority of the goings on in the Star Wars universe revolve around intergalactic battles, saving damsels in distress and lightsaber duels, they also have to carry out just as many inane chores as we do.

So even if their rubbish might contain ewok bones or stormtrooper spare parts they still have to take it out. Just like us.

The rather talented Stefan Van Zoggel has created a set of Star Wars stamps that imagine what life might be like down the post office in Hoth or Tatooine or a multitude of other iconic locations. We imagine the queues can get fairly unruly.

You can see more of his work here.

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