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Sunday, 9 August 2009

More illicit longevity

Health rules go up in smoke for Kitty, 100

A pensioner has revealed her secret of reaching 100 - smoking 20 cigarettes a day for 84 years.

Great-grandmother Kitty Butcher has puffed her way through a pack of cigarettes every day since she was a teenager in 1925.

Mrs Butcher, of Paignton, Devon, still gets through 20 a day as well as several whiskies before she goes to bed.

And drinks too? That'll have the righteous blowing a bloody fuse, woman. Expect not to reach 101 once someone from the 'caring' community gets hold of you.

The former greengrocer has now reached her 100th birthday and says she has no intention of kicking the habit.

Mrs Butcher, a widow and mother of three, said: "I have been smoking since I was 16 and have never stopped.

"I just don't know how I have managed it, getting to 100. I have had such fun in my life."

Fun? Who ever said life was about having fun?

This woman needs re-educating. Life isn't about enjoying oneself, it's about providing beneficial statistics for fake charities, in order that they can claim grants from the public sector and keep themselves in a job.

Get with the program, Kitty. Just die, will you? You're messing up ASH & Alcohol Concern's average wrongdoer longevity stats. Think of it as your gift to the chiiildren.


Anonymous said...

Fucking brilliant. Can we find a photo of this lovely lady ??
What a mascot.

helend498 said...

Well done Kitty. Just goes to show that everything in moderation is fine.

The anti-smoking prohibitionists will be hopping mad that the truth got out.

The Daily Record published the same story, but they didn't mention smoking and drinking - say no more with their PC editing!

Anonymous said...

All those people who lived through the 1940s and 1950s and had to endure all that passive smoking are living far too long, so the Government are going to increase the retirement age to 70.

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