Irene Cooke and Alice Jensen have been best friends for 94 years.
"First grade grammar school at St. Gregory's School … Yes, we took to each other almost immediately," Jensen told ABC7.
The 100-year-old Chicago women, both widows, recently appeared on the Steve Harvey Show, where they offered their hilarious perspectives on current pop-culture trends: twerking, selfies, Justin "Beaver," and naming babies "North."
(Apparently they aren't impressed with the new iPhone operating system, either.)
[ Toddler sees Superman fly for the first time, adorableness ensues ]
Watch Cooke and Jensen reminisce, critique, laugh — and curse — their way through a series of questions below.
"I hope that God lets me live long enough ... and I have a friend, somebody I can sit around [with] at 100, and just cuss," Harvey said.
The best friends insist they have no secrets to longevity, but we suspect laughter has something to do with it.
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