Also among my many geeky Christmas presents were three pairs of lightsaber chopsticks. I already had three of the current six available styles: Luke (blue), Darth Vader, and Yoda. So for Christmas I got the remaining three: Luke (green), Mace Windu, and Darth Maul. Here's the whole collection:
My favorite has to be the Darth Maul pair. "But Darth Maul had the double-bladed lightsaber (at least until Obi Wan broke it)," you say. Luckily, the wonderful makers of the chopsabers thought that, too.
Magnets! No, you can't very well use them as chopsticks when they're stuck together like that, and they even risk attracting each other while you try to eat with them. But it's worth it, just for the pleasure of putting the ends together and discovering that they stick.
They're pricey for a pair of chopsticks, but totally worth it (if you're inclined toward that sort of thing). I highly recommend them. You can buy them as individual chopstick pairs at ThinkGeek, or in pairs of chopstick pairs (slightly cheaper in bulk, and they include chopstick rests) at Amazon by searching for "lightsaber chopsticks".