Would You Eat 32-Year-Old Star Wars Cookies? [Video]

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People collect all sorts of things, and when you’re talking Star Wars, the list is very long. It may even include a box of Pepperidge Farm Star Wars cookies from 1983. They came as Rebel Allliance I (vanilla), Rebel Alliance II (peanut butter), and Imperial Forces (chocolate). I can personally vouch for the fact that they were delicious as a snack in your lunchbox.

Matt Dracula of StarWars.com came upon a box that had a sealed package of the chocolate cookies still inside and he was daring enough to open them up. Turns out, he did not release a virulent plaque on mankind and that the cookies held up pretty well for their age.

And no, he didn’t eat them because, you know, virulent plague.

See a picture of the cookies and the original commercial after break.

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