The bed that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs

From Kayla Kromer, creator of the famed Hamburger Bed, comes a must-have bed for Star Wars fans: The Millennium Falcon. Like the “real” Falcon, the bed features hidden compartments (for smuggling, though I didn’t think I’d have to smuggle myself in them) working headlights, and a radar dish pillow (try not to knock it off the bed when fighting the second Death Star.) The bed can even accommodate multiple action figures inside its cockpit.

[Via Neatorama]

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7 Responses to The bed that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs

    • Han Solo claimed that his Millennium Falcon "made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs". A parsec was a unit of distance, not time. Solo was not referring directly to his ship's speed when he made this claim. Instead, he was referring to the shorter route he was able to travel by skirting the nearby Maw black hole cluster, thus making the run in under the standard distance. By moving closer to the black holes, Solo managed to cut the distance down to about 11.5 parsecs.

      Do your research :)

        • Haha the intention was not to troll, sorry if it came out that way.
          I just know that this is a topic a lot of geeks pick up on, I felt it was in need of clarification, with some help from our good friends at Wookieepedia :)

          And for the record I don't engage in futile arguments, only those worth arguing.

      • I was just thinking the exact same thing.
        I didn't have to research it.
        It's possible that I need to get out more.