Swag Wars!

Here are some of the goodies in store for you if you venture into the cinema. First up, a bento case.

Posters, postcards, hankies, etc.

Tsum-tsum Clear Files, mugs, etc.


Funkos, stamps, etc.

More clear files, mini figs.,etc.

Little stuffed figures and other stuff.

Model cars and figures.

More Clear Files.


Tsum-tsums and pens.

More Tsum-tsums and Bearbricks.

Even more Tsum-tsums and mini figs.

Dinnerware done by that artist whose name eludes me at the moment.


Magazines with stickers or a backpack attached.

Model kits.

More models.

Even more models with a movie mag.

Porg t-shirts.

R2-D2 or BB-8 toques.

I bought a puppet mascot.

And got a goofy looking Ewok.

Outside the cinema are several Gatcha machines with some toys, old and new.

Most of these toys at the UFO Catcher are reruns from previous years.

Though this Darth seems to be new. I'm not sure why he's ignoring Harley though.

These are always tough to snag.

I did capture a Porg.

This mama has a few unhatched Porglings.

We'll see what other Swag can be found elsewhere.


Best Surprise Birthday Ever!

It was the last day before Winter Break at one of my schools today. Much to my surprise, the Grade Sixers sequestered me into the music room and sang, "Happy Birthday" to me!

And they presented two hand-written cards to me.

The Grade Fivers also sang HB to me.

After the lessons, Japanese Language Teacher at this school (who was sadly absent today) left a present for me.

R2-D2 had a couple of cookies and C-3PO has a few chocolates. (*BB-8 will have to wait.)

Her hubby even gave me a prezzie. Not really surprising since I'd heard he was a Star Wars fans and have given him a few gifts in the past.

It's a Stormtrooper bottle cap magnet!

At my afternoon school, my least participatory class of kids even decided to pay attention and learned Rudolph the RNR. While at that school, I received a message from a friend. Much to my delight, she had a ticket to the advanced screening of Star Wars The Last Jedi and couldn't use it herself. 
(*This is where the BB-8 tin went to. Don't tell Yvonne that she received a regift!)

So I sat in the second row of a sold-out viewing surrounded by Star Wars geeks, otaku and nerds. I felt vindicated. In the first row was a very very tall Chewbacca though, fortunately, he didn't sit in front of me.

Chewie gets all the babes.

Emo Phasma.

I don't think Po recognized the gang sign I flashed at him.

The Cinema shop was packed after the movie though I did manage to nab a few items from the concession stand beforehand. Such as this BB-8 Popcorn container.

And this Stormtrooper drink.

Most amazing of all is that the cinema gave everyone at the advanced screening a poster of the movie. But not just this movie, every single poster since 1977! (Except Rogue One, darn.)

Happy Birthday to me!!


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