Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Star Wars day – it stands for – Metro

Fans of the Star Wars movies worldwide celebrate May 4 in many different ways. Common to the greeting phrase reads “May the 4th Be With You” as a tribute to the classic reply, “May the force be with you”.

Each day came from, however, is controversial. CNN writes that the term and the date first used May 4, 1979, the day when Margaret Tatcher took office as Prime Minister of Britain after the Conservative Party placed an advertisement in a British tabloid newspaper that read: “May the Fourth Be With You, Maggie. Congratulations. ” Time writes that the ad instead came from the television company Entertainment Weekly.

►LÄS MORE: New ‘Star Wars’ is celebrated worldwide

Whether you have a day survived and become a big hit as well on social media in the cosplay world. On Twitter, the hashtag usually #maythefourthbewith you go hot during the day, writes CNN. And around the world organized convention where fans can gather and celebrate the films, dressed as their favorite characters.


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