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Wife Loses Bet and Wears Chewbacca Mask During Labor Inside Edition via Youtube
Inside Edition via Youtube

What’s a hilarious way to go viral on social media? Film yourself doing anything with a Chewbacca mask on. But, I don’t think you could top what this Michigan mom did with the Star Wars-themed mask. Especially a mask that makes wookiee sounds every time you make noise in it.

Katie Stricker Curtis lost a bet, which for someone was pregnant, might seem alarming. But this new Chewbacca mom is honestly goals, and I hope my future family is this fun. Her consequences for losing the bet meant that she had to wear the Chewbacca mask while giving birth. Which also meant that if she was ever screaming during labor, the screams would come out as Chewbacca screams.

In a hilarious video, which I’m assuming was shot by her husband, Katie is seen screaming through the mask. But the only sounds that are coming out are Chewbacca sounds. Katie said that the mask helped “ease the pain of labor and have a good laugh as her son, Jayden, entered the world.” Well, I’m glad she looked at it that way. I wish I could say confidently that in the heat of the moment of pushing another human being out, I would have a good laugh too. Katie, you’re super cool for keeping your cool.

I’m not going to lie, I probably would have probably started yelling obscenities at my husband or ripped the Chewbacca mask off, especially if it was my first time giving birth. Katie got the original idea when she saw the trending story about the original Chewbacca mom, Candace Payne, from Texas in a viral video she took of herself laughing in a parking lot while wearing the face mask. The original Chewbacca video is absolutely hilarious, but again, if I was wearing a Chewbacca mask during labor, I think I might not be as light-hearted about it. Are there curse words in wookie language?

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Lauren Pineda is a writer with a background in music journalism and pop culture. Her best writing comes from her passion for storytelling and connecting her audience. She lives and breathes any live music show or art event and enjoys listening to peoples’ stories.
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