questionshow old will you be when you die?

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As old as I'm ever going to get.

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I took that the other day and got like 80.

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Took the test and I will live to 88.

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It says I'll live to be twenty, which is funny because I'm already twe

Just kidding. I'm going to die at 42 due to my dangerously unhealthy diet and stressful lifestyle, even without smoking, drinking, or being overweight.

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It says I'll live to 95. I call shenanagians.

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Just a warning, you're asked for your email address at the very end, so they can email your results to you. I hope this saves someone else a few minutes of their time.

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@antipode: Thanks for the warning, especially since they appear to ask for personal info.

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I died at 28 (flatlined for 3 min.), and then again at 31 (flatlined for 6 min.). Now I just take it a day at a time, as there is no telling when I will go. If you have lived life to the fullest, whenever you go, you will have no regrets. A long list of stuff you didn't get to, but no regrets.

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91 for me. I don't like that it makes you sign up for the web site to get your results.

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I might already be dead and just haven't realized it yet. Stranger things have happened.

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I've always said I'd be happy if I made it to 60. I don't wanna be withering away and draining the people I care about because they need to take care of me.

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As soon as I use up the last of my Nine Lives... Can't remember if it 2 or 3 times I walked away from some event that I wasn't supposed to survive.....

Or was it 4 or 5 times.... Can't remember, that's the trouble with concussions...

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So, how long do I wait for the email? I gave it a gmail address (because, gosh, I don't think I trust them not to send me crap I don't want). I'm interested to see how close this comes to the actuarial tables I've used, which suggest an age of 94.

I object to a couple of the questions, since they didn't permit proper answers. For example, it asked whether I was taking calcium with vitamin D. The answer is no, and yes. Taking calcium supplements has been shown, in some meaningful studies, to be harmful to the heart. I take D because I live very far north, and know that there's just not enough sun exposure at this time of year to provide me with any, even if i was willing to expose my skin (which I'm not; 28F for a high seems a bit chilly for sundresses).

I don't exercise. I don't see the need (for me). I get plenty of physical activity, and am in pretty good health.

(As an aside, I got a nasty popup for Walmart when I went to that site. Walmart? Seriously?}

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DO NOT GO TO SITE. Clicked take test, pop-up ad opened which triggered my anti-virus. Stay away!!!!!

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I am not sure about any virus, but it did ask for your email right before the last question which is shady. But I still did it...scored an 85. Long enough for me!

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I didn't get a popup... or virus.

It did irk me that they ask for your email address so they can send you crap. So, they got my spammy email. I also didn't get them my real birthday.

I'll apparently live to 85.

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I abstained from this test for reasons mentioned above. I'll breathe as long as I can, regardless of what a computerized test says.

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No popup here (of course I run adblocker). And it says I'll live to 84...but I'm not sure I want to.

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this is one of the most thorough of these tests i've seen and first one i've seriously taken.

it's also the first to estimate my life beyond mid 50's.

i'm 5'11, 140lb and fit, hereditary low blood sugar/pressure and most of these tests i've taken will tell me i'll die between 45-55 just because i smoke a pack a day and drink socially.

this one says i'll live to 74. perfect age imo, if true. i always said i don't want to live close to 80...far too long...but 74 seems to be an ideal compromise.