Forget lying about your age when you've lived more than 100 years, you own that number. Meet the amazing women who have surpassed the three-digit age and entered 2015 as the only living people born in the 1800s.
Chew on this one for a second: these women lived to see every single year of the 1900s. Two World Wars, the invention of the airplane and the internet and a whopping 20 presidents.
Their secret to longevity? They all agree on getting enough sleep, staying active, exercising daily and eating well.
115-Year-Old Susannah Mushatt Jones From The United States. She Was Born On July 6, 1899.
She’s The World’s Oldest Living Person: 116-Year-Old Misao Okawa From Japan, Born On March 5, 1898.
116-Year-Old Gertrude Weaver, Is The Second-Oldest Person In The World And The Oldest Person In America. She was born On July 4, 1898.
115-Year-Old Emma Morano From Italy. She’s The Oldest Person In Europe, Born On November 29, 1899.
115-Year-Old Jeralean Talley From The United States. Born On May 23, 1899.
Happy 2015, you amazing ladies.
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