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This 100-Year-Old Woman's Secret for Living Long Is Wine

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Whenever we hear a story of someone who's lived to 100 and then some, we can't help but take their longevity advice. Newly-minted 100-year-old Florence Bearse just revealed her secret to old age that we can really get behind: Drinking wine.

The Bangor, Maine resident recently celebrated her 100th birthday, and when asked about her secret to making the century mark, she had an instantly iconic response:

I like my wine. Don't take it away from me.

Florence! That's the kind of straight to the point life advice that folks need. In truth, it's extremely unlikely that she's made it this far chugging the stuff down, but a gal can dream. As for what she's stayed away from these past decades?

Don't take any bologna.

From: Cosmopolitan

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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