I've been, like most loyal fans, enjoying the surge of fun little Star Wars food products and other neat little dodads and whatchamawhoozits. I've noticed though, that many of these things have what many would call 'spoilers'. Me, I read the novel, so I don't care about spoilers. Shoot, I'm even making the <spoiler removed>, and then he said, 'That's my tail, you jerk!' Spoilers found so far: Star Wars cereal. It looks like Lucky Charms with Vader's face on it, but the games on the back have spoiler frames. And it will give you cavities. Come to mention it, there are lots of candy items that are chock full of spoiler wrappings, so you should avoid that entire eisle. It's time for a diet anyway. Look at you, you pudgy sweet thang you. Don't even think of going anywhere near a comic book store. The temptation is just too great. The art is too. While you're at it, don't go into a book store. They have the novelization, the visual dictionary, stickers, art books... If you really must, go in with horse blinders, whinnie-ing every few feet so that all know you are there to avoid spoilers, but need a fix of Star Wars. That's called the Expanded Universe, or EU for short. I think the one place that is most full of spoilers are Star Wars related websites and message boards. There are hoardes of people clamboring to make costumes and props from Ep III, not to mention discussing what they have read, seen, theories and rumors they have heard. Yeah, these sites may claim to be spoiler-free-friendly, but that's just a ruse meant to lure you in to be ruined for May 19. Much like this thread is meant to lure you in and read how Star Wars cereal has spoilers on the box. But the BEST way to avoid spoilers all together... Don't go see the movie. Stay home, wrapped in a blanket in the closet with all electronics off. You never know, that evil lamp may come to life and start spouting off about how Obi-Wan <spoiler removed>, naked even. And thus you have enjoyed my Spoiler-Free Survival Guide. Enjoy your ignorance! This was just for fun. It was not meant to be insensitive and insulting in anyway. No one thinks you're fat and need to lose weight. Well, if you're offended, you likely do, but that's all in the name of American self-loathing and personal improvement.