Watch this embarrassingly good video. I have no idea where this video originated from; if you know this kid, let me know. The kid has been identified… The full story here! We get it. All you geeks, nerds, and dorks out there need to think twice before trashing one of your own. I like how he has to take a break after each movement. Did each bit require a five minute rest afterwards? As a skinny kid, speaking for all anormal folk, I would like to commend this Jedi for realizing it matters not, and fighting the good fight on past cultural preconceptions. I keep watching it, and each time I laugh my ass off. How did you find this?
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Numa dude is here. Whoa, good to hear him talk about this a bit, I'm curious what more he says in the full article not apparently online? I can't imagine what being the focus of international ridicule for simply being a kid must be like. Kudos on this guy for surviving the onslaught. He's a Jedi, alright. By any measure. Quoted for truth. I hope they give him a cameo in Episode 7. It would be an awesome easter egg to have him in the background of some shot. Being ridiculed by a roomful of people is literally the stuff of nightmares for me.
He is a large, slug -like  alien known as a Hutt who, like many others of his species, operates as a powerful crime lord within the galaxy. In the original theatrical releases of the original Star Wars trilogy, Jabba the Hutt first appeared in Return of the Jedi , though he is mentioned in Star Wars , The Empire Strikes Back and in Solo: A Star Wars Story , while a previously deleted scene involving Jabba the Hutt was added to the theatrical re-release and subsequent home media releases of Star Wars. When first shot, this scene featured Declan Mulholland as a humanoid version of Jabba, which was digitally superimposed over with the character's monstrous current design when the footage was reincorporated into the film. In the storyline context of the original trilogy, Jabba is introduced as the most powerful crime boss on Tatooine , who has placed a bounty on the head of heroic smuggler Han Solo and employs bounty hunters such as Greedo and Boba Fett to capture or kill him.