Social media is celebrating May 4th, which also happens to be Star Wars Day.
The day, based on a play on “May the Force Be With You” was first celebrated in 2007 and has become the unofficial annual Star Wars Holiday.
The day includes Star Wars marathons globally, along with geeks baking cakes and more.
Twitter also celebrated the day with “Happy Star Wars Day” topping Twitter in the United States early on May 4th.
Happy Star Wars Day pic.twitter.com/w68latpBvH
— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) May 4, 2014
Happy Star Wars Day pic.twitter.com/9uBudDFRDq
— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) May 3, 2014
@imdcathsmeow I just spent 7 hours watching star wars! 🙂 Happy star wars day!!!!!
— Toni (@Antoinetteloves) May 4, 2014
— Stark Industries (@xander85) May 4, 2014
Even I can't save you from "May the 4th be with you" tweets today. Happy Star Wars Day. pic.twitter.com/qqUj998EKN
— Superman (@SupermanTweets) May 4, 2014
Remember, it's better to say Happy Star Wars Day rather than "May The Fourth…" so as not to potentially offend sensitive Sith Lords
— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) May 4, 2014