May the Fourth be with you, a celebration of Star Wars Day
May 4 marks the official "holiday" dedicated to George Lucas' global franchise, Star Wars.
The date for Star Wars day was chosen as a play on words of the Star Wars quote “May the Force be with you", a phrase used to used to wish an individual good luck in the movie.
Origins of 4 May goes back as far as 1979 the day Margaret Thatcher took office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Thatcher's party placed a congratulatory advertisement in The London Evening News saying "May the Fourth Be with You, Maggie. Congratulations".
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