Talk Like Yoda Day, Tuesday is.
In Orlando, it seems like there's always a reason to celebrate the
So, talk like yoda, the little green Jedi who appeared in five of the six original films, you should, on May 21. It's the anniversary of the release of "Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back," the first time mere mortals saw Yoda, yes?
Here are a few tips to get your Yoda on. It is hard not. (Some analysts say he has object-subject-verb issues. Judge him by his syntax, do you?)
•Put the subject and verb at the end of a sentence. "Subject and verb at the end of a sentence, you should put."
•Go oddly negative. "It's a small world, not, it is?"
•Tack on a hmmmmm. "It's a small world, not, it is, hmmmmm?"
•Add a yes at the end of a question. "Talk Like Yoda Day is a lot like Talk Like a Pirate Day … yes?"
•Higher and higher. Pitching your voice up a notch and using Valley Girl inflection at the end helps.
In the movies, Yoda was voiced by puppeteer
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