How long will you live??

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Iridescent - posted on 10/06/2011

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My husband's is 61. He says, "Oh, that's pretty good." I told him he better get his act together or get life insurance.

Iridescent - posted on 10/06/2011

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88 years for me, but it doesn't take into account my kidney failure or family health history of terminal illness.

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What I found funny is that mine said 97.....and if I stop smoking now I could add a year to my life.....lol Just a year? At 97, I don't know for sure that I'd like to add another year lol Still need to stop smoking though.....sigh.....

JL - posted on 10/05/2011

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My age was 98. I know I will be totally out of my mind by then. Sorry kids ;)

Chelsey - posted on 10/05/2011

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83 but knowing my family history i'll probably be crazy and have alzheimers long before then

Sarah - posted on 10/05/2011

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Mine was 86! Very impressed with that as I'm a smoker with a crappy diet! ;)

Jodi - posted on 10/04/2011

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LOL, 94. Given was a smoker until 2 years ago.....that would be okay :) But I have two grandmothers who are 94 and are still fighting fit, and a great grandmother who didn't pass until she was 102, so perhaps I just have damn good genes.

Ez - posted on 10/04/2011

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78 lol. What can I say.. I smoke, have a strong family history of Type 2 Diabetes and love my carbs :-p

Firebird - posted on 10/04/2011

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98?!?! I smoke! LOL No way! Joke's on them, I have NO intention of living that long!

Sarah - posted on 10/04/2011

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If I'm 93 & in perfect health, then great! Otherwise, if I'm 93, blind, deaf, bed-bound, and don't know where the hell I am, then forget it. I don't wanna be THAT old.

Lady Heather - posted on 10/04/2011

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106???!!? Ah, but I haven't had my cholesterol measured in the last 3 years. So maybe I'm dead meat and I don't know it.

Of course this is based on my normal existence. Probably the 18 months of pregnancy-related eating knocks a few years off.

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89...I hope so! No one in my family has made it through their 80's--only one person has lived to be 80, and only a small handful live past 60. If the good die young, we must be very good people.

Johnny - posted on 10/04/2011

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94. Ironically my grandmother just turned 94 this week and I've been thinking that I really don't want to live that long. She's outlasted two husbands, all of her friends and one son. She is lonely, tired, and ready to be done. We believe that she is not taking her meds on purpose.

JuLeah - posted on 10/04/2011

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Hummm ... I will live to be 101. Good to know. I was not planning on that advanced number. I need to start saving up money for this.

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