110-year-old woman shares hilarious secret to longevity

110-Year-Old Woman's Longevity Attributed To Beer And Scotch

This "supercentenarian" New Jersey resident just celebrated her 110th birthday. Yes, you heard right...110!

Agnes Fenton of Englewood, New Jersey, was born on August 1, 1905. Ringing in this remarkable birthday, which she calls "just another day," makes Fenton one of an estimated 300 to 600 supercentenarians in the whole world.

Fenton credits her extremely long life to beer, whiskey, and God. When ABC News interviewed Fenton back in 2010, she shared that she has drank three beers and a shot of scotch every day for almost 70 years. Impressive!

Sadly for Fenton, the daily booze cruise has slowed down. Fenton does not have much of an appetite anymore, so her caregivers don't want to give her much alcohol.

Obviously, Fenton's age is an extreme rarity. Interested in how long the average the average lifespan is?
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