She is 112 years old - claims smoking is the reason for her old age

 
She is 112 years old - claims smoking is the reason for her old age
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We all dream of a long life, and according to Batuli Lamichhane, 95 years of smoking have kept her alive.

Batuli Lamichhane from Nepal was born in 1903, when she was 17 years old she began to smoke, writes the English newspaper the Mirror.

Now she is 112 years and reveals the secret to a long life, according to her - smoking.

Over the past 95 years she has smoked about 30 cigarettes a day.

She believes it is her cigarettes that have helped that she has outlived almost everyone in her village. She has even survived her own children.

- I dont really care how old I am. But I'm old. I've seen a lot of things changed in my lifetime.

Despite the fact that smoking kills, she says smoking is not a bad thing.

- I have smoked for over 95 years. There is nothing wrong with smoking," said Batuli Lamichhane to the newspaper.

She is pretty much alone having this view.

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