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Do You Really Want To Live To Be Over 100?

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VHG | 13:15 Fri 19th Apr 2013 | News
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Seeing what this person looks like I am not sure I would want to live to be over 100

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-22212242

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Most certainly i would, if i still had my main faculties and was not in pain.

I think that he looks remarkably well.......
No. But there was a woman of 101 on with Maureen Lipman TV last night, programme about memory etc. That lady was amazing.
.....for 116 :-)
sqad, your "main faculties" might be a bit different to most people's :)
You might think differently if and when you get there though!
bednobs............LOL
If you looked at him the year before he looks fab.

It's amazing how someone ages when they take out their false teeth...

Would I want to live that long?? Hmmmm.....I can't see me ever wanting to die.
I'll let you know when I reach 99.

But if the downward slope doesn't level out soon this side of the hill, probably not.
In theory yes I'd like to live as long as possible as long I'm in good health mentally and physically, if not then I'll do something about it when the time comes if nature doesn't off me first.xx
Only if I could still look after myself in my own home and keep my independence, but hardly likely really at 100.
think of all the things he has seen though...
maybe, depends what physical/mental condition I'm in!

Scientists Believe that the first person to reach 150 has already been born!
(Taken from the qi web page)
The man looked really well the year before - you would have never guess his age.
Ask me again in twenty years
Absolutely not ! I'm not even sure I want to live until I'm 80, if my Mum and Dad at that age was anything to go by.
like ummmm, I can't see myself taking the opportunity to die at any time, unless I'm in severe and irreversible pain. So if I make it to 116 I won't actually be objecting.
My mum was still independent at 93 - if I could be like her, yes.
chaptazbru
"Only if I could still look after myself in my own home and keep my independence, but hardly likely really at 100. "

What chaptazbru said.

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