The most hilarious Star Wars memes

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The Star Wars franchise has expanded in a huge way ever since its first film opened in theaters in 1977. And though its Skywalker saga — spanning nine movies and 42 years of cinema — finally came to an end in 2019, the franchise has started to explore new territories with The Mandalorian series that premiered on Disney+ in the same year. But since the next Star Wars film won’t come out until 2022 and the second season of The Mandalorian won’t arrive on the streaming service until this fall, now seems like a perfect time to look back on the franchise.

Of course, re-watching all the Star Wars movies and TV series is the ideal way to grasp how the George Lucas-created franchise has changed over the years. But if you don’t have the luxury of time to do that or don’t want to relive the saga’s heartbreaking scenes all over again, then browsing Star Wars memes on the Internet would be enough.

Star Wars has one of the biggest fandoms in the world, so thousands of memes based on it can be found in all corners of the web. But the most hilarious ones are those that make fun of the franchise itself by pointing out its creative issues, narrative inconsistencies, and scientific inaccuracies, all for the sake of humor. Below is a list of some of the best Star Wars meme ever:

#1 Just drop it, Luke. Drop it!

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For the record, we don’t think Luke Skywalker is a complete fool. But he’s definitely not the brightest crayon in the box.

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