• 12. Betty White is literally older than sliced
bread. Otto Frederick Rohwedder invented
sliced bread in 1928, while Betty White was born
in 1922.
gingahninjah:
sliced bread is the greatest thing since betty white
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    • My great grandma turns 101 next week. I don't want anything just thought someone might find that interesting
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    • Betty white has been alive for the 20s twice now
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    • So she's 98 now? Like the queen bruh, hoss that bitch not dead yet
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    • I would love to just sit and talk with her about what it was like to be a kid in the late roaring 20s
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    • Just two more years until she hits triple digits. I'm really rooting for her.
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    • GOLDEN GIRLS FOREVER
      Rueben1 15 jan
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    • She’s so old, that she literally started on a television show about being old, that ended before most of us were even born.
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    • Presliced. Presliced bread was invented in 1928. Sliced bread is older.
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    • Fun fact: penicillin was invented the same year as sliced bread, yet we still credit sliced bread as the greatest invention of its time.
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    • She dies tomorrow.
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    • God and Jesus waiting on her to die:
      nooneeeee 16 jan
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    • You’re telling me people have been making bread for thousands of years, but nobody sliced it until less than 100 years ago? Yeah sure
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    • ....Betty White has nudes from like the 50's.
      PorkSword 16 jan
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    • Commercially sliced bread. Older than commercially sliced bread.
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    • How does one invented sliced bread? What the fuck did you do before slicing the bread? Eat the whole loaf?
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    • I swear to god if Betty white dies in 2020 this year is officially the worst.
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    • Betty White and the queen are competing against each other to see who lives longer
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    • Man everytime I see her photo my heart automatically drops and I think shes dead, until I read the caption and then I'm like Oh nvm
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    • IT'S HER BIRTHDAY!!!!
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    • Dont recite the words to me witch I was there when it was written
      helix1214 16 jan
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    • Yeah cause people were eating it by the fucking loaf before that guy invented it.
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    • My great grandma is 102, other one died at 103
      KanyeFest 18 jan
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    • Tomio 16 jan
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    • My great grandma was born the same year and she’s still trucking
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    • Idea: Pit Betty White against the Queen in mortal combat, winner to take authority over both countries. Sell tickets to that shit.
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    • fucker is 98. no way.
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    • _Lainey_ 17 jan
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    • Jesus Christ! She's 98 yo?
      Cacaonut 16 jan
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    • Starts to tell her about sliced bread*
      helix1214 16 jan
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    • Bruh my great grandma is still alive and older than Betty white and the queen she’s turning 101 this year
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    • How do we know who “invented” slides bread? Is it not likely that plenty of people had been slicing bread in their own homes since the dawn of bread? How do we attribute that to just one person, on one exact date?
      aem13 16 jan
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    • I feel like that's wrong
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    • 2 years till she’s a hundred
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    • She’s going to live forever at this rate
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    • She looks really good for her age
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    • Are you sure about that? Bread has existed for thousands of years. At least one person had to have sliced it before then.
      EnigmaX8 16 jan
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    • Bread is far more than 10k years old. So you’re saying no one had sliced a peace of bread in that amount of time until the 20s?
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    • Honestly why does everyone act like she’s the oldest person that has ever lived? I mean she’s old as shit but it’s not that extremely rare to live through your 90s
      nickbob 16 jan
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    • SbM48 16 jan
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    • Sliced bread is the best thing since Betty white
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    • The NOODS on my profile are pretty great, but not as great as Betty white
      cdub64 16 jan
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    • Betty white is almost 100
      timms 19 jan
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    • She's only 98... that's normal. My great grandfather died at 114
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    • Bro she’s literally gonna die and people are gonna be “too soon”
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    • Please my great grandma is 105
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    • Betty white dies this year in june
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    • Privileged old white idiot
      Epicman26 19 jan
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    • i smell repost
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    • My great aunt was born in 1915 nothing is greater than her
      Pollo 19 jan
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    • Betty White must be protected at all times. 😤😤😤
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    • Betty White is the best thing since my great grandma (she was born in 1920 and is still kicking! She’ll hopefully make it to 100 in September)
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    • You gotta be a retard to think that this dude was the first to slice bread
      Grimp 19 jan
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    • Mans forgot to die
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    • she’s literally immortal
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    • my great grandma was also older than sliced bread
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    • My grandma turns 100 this May!
      MrBubble 19 jan
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    • WOOOOOOOOOOO
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    • No one gonna mention jow Kirk Douglas is 103?
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    • Before otto people just ate bread whole loaves at a time huh?
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    • You are implying that sliced bread is better than Betty White
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    • How the fuck did someone not think to cut fucking bread till 1928???
      Jackpep 19 jan
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    • Imagine the first person that had an animal fall in a fire and then ate it, probably blew their mind
      geexd125 19 jan
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    • My great grandmother is gonna turn 101 next month and I just got shocked thinking how close they are in age
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    • My nana was born 1925
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    • Pretty sure they been slicing bread longer than you’ve been pumpin your little pee pee
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    • "Back in my day we just ate the whole damn loaf"🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
      210_Angel 19 jan
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    • Huh, that means my grandma is older than sliced bread as well
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    • i don’t get why sliced bread needed to be “invented” you literally just cut the bread?? i don’t get why it’s such a big discovery
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    • I know 4 people who are older than her but praise Betty White cause she’s a celebrity
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    • My great grandma was born in 1915 and doesn’t even use a cane today 😂
      gguest 19 jan
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    • There’s people older than Betty white. She’s cool but not that cool
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    • That bitch need to die already
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    • Wowowowow
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    • And she was old enough to actually experience it
      zenyboiii 19 jan
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    • Do people really think nobody sliced bread until then
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    • I want to know how humans do something so wrong for thousands of years without figuring out a better way
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    • Betty white is oversized
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    • This meme is just as old
      Wizraad 18 jan
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    • Holy fuck she’s 98
      Skulker1 18 jan
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    • My grandpa is older than sliced bread 😳 he's 95, born in 1924
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    • She’s almost to 100 she can do it!
      Lampini 18 jan
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    • I literally asked my Alexa about this 10 mins ago lmao
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    • 8 more years and we can celebrate the centurversary for sliced bread 🥖
      Meme_you 18 jan
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    • Yup, that's gonna be my new line, "this is the greatest thing since Betty White"
      notyrmom 18 jan
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    • My grandma is 5 years younger than Betty white
      mirabel_ 18 jan
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    • She's funny af in Lake Placid
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    • How is she still alive? At this point she stealing resources
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    • The world will celebrate ok her 100th birthday
      TikiPorch 18 jan
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    • My grandma was born in 1925, so that means so is she that’s weird.
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    • Born during the 1st world war and may live to see the 3rd, who else has that achievement?
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    • I'm gonna say it.... Betty White is not funny, never was never will be. Just because she is old and refences something hip does not make it funny.
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    • My dad was born in 1926. He ain’t around, but had I know then, I sooo would have played that card on him.
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    • I'm pretty sure people were slicing bread long before Betty White. She's older than bread sliced by a machine
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    • Sliced bread the greatest thing since Betty White
      zonacards 18 jan
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    • I still don't get why people can't get over the fact on how old she is. People exist whom are older yet no one beats an eye at them.
      Ivan_IWA 18 jan
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    • My great grandpa was born in 1914 and lived to be 103
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