Your eyes are not deceiving you. Yes you can trust them. The pic you see is of a Millennium Falcon bed.
When I first saw this I gleamed with geek joy. A bed made after the greatest star craft in sci-fi history? Awesome!!! Seriously it's got working lights on the front of it, which helped Han pilot the ship through an asteroid, but I digress...
And then it hit me like an angry father who found out his kid poured out the T-bird, that owning this may not be a good idea. Forget the logistics of it fitting in my bedroom for there are more dire issues at stake.
I sent the link to a friend and asked her if it was possible that I would know the embrace of a woman again if I owned said bed. She looked at it and said it was highly unlikely.
I sent it to another friend and asked her the same question. Her reply was different, stating that if I ever meet a woman who doesn't appreciate a Star Wars themed bed than I shouldn't want them anyways. She added that if a girl won't get excited about it, then how would I ever convince her to get in the Princess Leia gold bikini?
Valid points one and all.
This is why I need kids. I can buy cool stuff like this, relive my childhood, and not look like a complete dork.
"You came in that thing? You're braver than I thought." - Princess Leia