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Offbeat She's 100 years old – and credits her long life to beer and potato chips

13:16  14 march  2018
13:16  14 march  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

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Centenarian Matilda Curcia of San Diego, Calif., credits her longevity in part to imbibing a beer and potato chips every evening. ⚓️ Leave a Reply and

Centenarian Matilda Curcia of San Diego, Calif., credits her longevity in part to imbibing a beer and potato chips every evening. According to the station, Matilda and a neighbor, who preferred to just use her first name, Mickey, turned 100 years within days of each other and recently celebrated with a

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No pain, no gain?

That doesn’t seem to be entirely the case for centenarian Matilda Curcia of San Diego, Calif., who credits her longevity in part to imbibing a beer and three potato chips every evening.

Well, maybe more than three chips, she told local TV station KNSD with a grin.

"I've experienced good health," Gurcia said. "I do my exercises every day. And have my beer. Eat my potato chips. That's about all."

According to the station, Matilda and a neighbor, who preferred to just use her first name, Mickey, turned 100 years within days of each other and recently celebrated with a party with their families. Blue, gold and hot pink balloons shaped as "100" were among the decorations.

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California woman, 100 , credits beer and potato chips for her long life . Two best friends of nearly 50 years celebrated the start of their second century with a joint party.Matilda Curcia and Mickey turned 100 years old within days of each other and celebrated the

Well, maybe more than three chips , she told local TV station KNSD with a grin. "I've experienced good health," Gurcia said. According to the station, Matilda and a neighbor, who preferred to just use her first name, Mickey, turned 100 years within days of each other and recently celebrated with a party

The women, who live four doors from one another, said they moved to the neighborhood around the same time almost 50 years ago. They said they like to take walks and ride their bikes.

Mickey, a nurse, served in World War II in Australia, New Guinea and the Philippines, KNSD reported.

"I’d been a general duty nurse for a long time and then World War II started. And I signed up right away to go overseas," she said. "And I went to different parts where they were really fighting."

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