Wit and humor has kept these BFF twins alive as they ring in 103 years1/1/2013
As the world's oldest identical twins turn 103, the high-spirited BFF gals are good health and ringing in a New Year. (Though it's probably not that overwhelmingly exciting since they've done it 103 times now.) Charlotte Eisgrou and Ann Primack, of Daytona Beach, Fla., were born preemies on Christmas Day, 1909. With incubators yet to be invented, the newborns were put in the door of a stove to keep warm. They used to switch husbands as a prank, noting that by the time people figured it out they'd be hysterical. Yet both women, who still have sharp minds and live independently (save a couple of canes), are baffled by their longevity. "I don't know the secret to a long life." Eisgrou said. "And I wouldn't tell you if I knew it," she added. [Source]
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