101-Year-Old WWII Vet Credits Coors Light For Longevity [VIDEO]
Well, I hope my bosses are okay with this. A daily 4 pm Coors Light will definitely hit the spot.
Andrew E. Slavonic just turned 101-years-old on December 1st, 2018. The World War II veteran has a simple yet brilliant reason for his longevity, a 4 pm Coors Light every day. This man is my hero. Mr. Slavonic started the "ritual" of the 4 pm beer back in 1996 and has been going strong ever since. He originally started with just the normal Coors, but he and his daughter now prefer the taste of Coors Light.
This badass World War II vet gets up every day at 8:30, gets dressed and makes breakfast. After reading the mail and the daily news, making lunch, and handling day-to-day tasks, Slavonic makes his way to the garage beer fridge at 4 pm for the daily beer.
I feel we are all in Andrew Slavonic's debt. Not only for his service to our country as a nose gunner in WWII, but also for proving to us how great the daily beer can be! Thank you sir!
Source: Fox News