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More than four funny ways to mark 'May the Fourth Be With You Day'

CREATED May 3, 2013

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  • Wear a Darth Vader costume and a kilt, and go bagpiping on a unicycle. | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Get your friends in stormtrooper costumes and dance to Michael Jackson's "Beat It." | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Try and impersonate Chewbacca at work. | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Have R2D2 help you babysit. | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Patronize a store managed by a Darth Vader-wannabe. | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Ride mass transit in a stormtrooper costume. | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Throw out the first pitch at a baseball game. | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Play the Cantina song uninterrupted for 10 hours at your office. | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Or, if you like the Cantina song enough, dance to it! | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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  • Finally, if you have no dance moves, sing the Star Wars theme, lounge style. | Photo/Video: YouTube Video by YouTube | Photo: YouTube

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It's become a tradition among Star Wars aficionados.

"May the Fourth Be With You Day" comes every May 4th on the calendar.

It increases the number of times you might see Star Wars movies on video, people in character costumes, or other methods of celebrating one of the most popular movie series of the past 30 years.

We've come up with more than four ways to mark the day, or to get a laugh from all things Star Wars.

Check them out in our slideshow above.