Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Things I Have Learned Being A Trooper

Having been a Trooper for as long as I have been, I have learn a lot about the universe. Here are the major lessons I’ve learned over the past 26 years.

10: Droids easy, Ewoks hard. (I know it doesn’t make sense to me also)


9: What happens on Dewback Sand dune, stays on Dewback Sand dune.



8: Never be the first trooper though the door.



7: Don’t ask Darth Vader if he needs his asthma inhaler refilled.



6: Unless you are on Hoth, White armor is useless for camouflage.



5: When executing Order 66, never stand to close to the Jedi Master. (It bad for your height)



4: If you are pursuing rebel scum though an asteroid field, unless there are 3,721 of you, odds are you’re not the guy who is going to make it.



3: Expect to be ask if you are Commander Cody around 9 times a day, especially if you are working with Kenobi.


2: If you are a tall trooper, learn to duck when heading into the communication room.



1: Those were the droids we were looking for.

9 comments:

Vampirella said...

lol....

So do alot of Storm Troopers have to duck ;=)

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

Sandtrooper #1: I wish I could quit you!

Sandtrooper #2: well, why don't you?

JawaJuice said...

Lol! Great post!

As for # 10, I thought Twi’lik’s were easier than ewoks…if you know what I mean.

Lt. Cmdr Oneida said...

How about don't go into a locked room where the door sports only what looks like the remains of a warning sticker.

Master Yoda said...

Very funny!

Barriss Offee said...

You forgot # 11...

Never stand in a Jedi's way.

Jaina Solo said...

Ha ha!
What happened on Dewback Sand dune?

flu said...

#12: In Lexan outfits, you can't alway scratch where it itches.

Wedge Antillies said...

Sandtrooper #1, "Did you just fart?"