Do you want to know how to live to be 110? Just ask New Jersey resident Agnes Fenton.
Fenton is one of only 600 or so adults in the world who have reached super-centenarian status; those who live to be 110 or older. Her secret? Having God in her life and the three cans of Miller High Life beer her doctor prescribed to her over 70 years ago when he discovered she had a benign tumor.
Somewhere along the way, she added a shot of Johnnie Walker Blue to her daily dosage.
Although her current doctor of 20 years, Dr. Kenneth Wasserman, describes Agnes as "completely, thoroughly amazing," she is now under 24-hour care and no longer partakes in her daily ritual.
Still, at 110, she is nothing to mess with. When asked by Northjersey.com if she thought her caregivers might allow her some Johnny Walker on her birthday she replied, "They better."