My great-grandma was asked how she managed to reach 98 and still be so bright and healthy. She replied: I follow 3 rules:
1. Learn something new every day
2. Have one drink a day
3. Learn to hold your tongue
1 Never try and pull and alligators tooth.
2 If a car is chasing you on a road in the woods, get in the woods!
3 Never bring a knife to a gunfight, and remember its always a gunfight!
1. Learn something new every day,
2. Lie about your age,
3. Drink to forget how old you are!
Know how to eliminate, reduce, and/or manage stress.
Eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Get plenty of exercise.
by DogSiDaed 8 years ago
So what have you learnt today?
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Who coined the phrase "learn something new every day or the day is wasted'?
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