The two identical twin brothers celebrated their 100th birthday on Friday since they came into the world together on Nov. 15, 1919.
George and Jim Martin have certainly kept their sense of humor and are living life to the fullest, CBS Baltimore reported.
“I like to go places, do things and keep active,” George said.
“I don’t feel old,” Jim said.
The duo spent most of their lives in Baltimore, Maryland, and served in World War II together.
Jim served in the Merchant Marine, George served in the United States Army, where he lost an arm in a training exercise.
After George’s wife died, they decided it was time to bunk together a few years ago.
“Dad said, ‘Oh, I’ve roomed with my brother before. But I said, ‘Dad, that was 80 years ago,’” George’s son, George Martin III said.
They said living life to its fullest is their only advice to living a long, happy life.
“Go places and see things and be active,” George said.