Not bad for 96

October 19th, 2012 at 4:00 pm by David Farrar

News.com.au reports:

AN INDIAN farmer has become the world’s oldest dad aged 96 – beating the record he set himself two years ago. …

Speaking at his home in the state of Haryana, near Delhi, Mr Raghav said: “What can I do? This is all God’s wish. He wanted me to have another son.”

Mr raghav admits that as proud as he is of having two healthy sons at his age, his neighbours are more jealous of his sex drive, The Daily Mail reports.

“I do it three or four times a night. My neighbours are jealous and they keep asking me for my secret but all I tell them is that it is God’s will,” he said.

“I’m healthy and I enjoy sex with my wife. I think it’s very important for a husband and wife to have sex regularly.

“When she asks I will go on all night but for the sake of my child I’ve put our needs aside for now.”

Mr Raghav told The Tiems of India that he had remained a bachelor and practised celibacy throughout his life until he met Shakuntala about 10 years ago.

No sex for the first 86 years!! No wonder he is making up for it now.

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10 Responses to “Not bad for 96”

  1. Longknives (4,047 comments) says:

    Well with a looker like that for a wife who wouldn’t want to go 3 or 4 times a night?
    She almost has all her teeth!

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  2. Yvette (2,589 comments) says:

    Wife Shakuntala is 54

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  3. davidp (3,319 comments) says:

    Apparently Indians are nuts for the Guinness Book Of Records:

    “News bits about Indians finding a place in the Guinness Book of Records have become staple items in Indian newspapers, whether published in India or abroad, over the last few years. Though Indians hold only a small fraction of the thousands of records of human achievement, endurance, prowess, ingenuity, and foibles, lavish attention is bestowed by Indian print and visual media upon each Indian triumph, and there is every indication that Indians today are scrambling, with resounding success, to have their names etched, in howsoever bizarre a manner, in the annals of fame. Most of the records for which Indians are included in the Guinness Book were set in the last five years, in the immediate aftermath of the Rajiv Gandhi ‘era’, and according to the London headquarters of the Guinness Book, at least one tenth of all mail they receive is from India, mainly from people seeking to receive acknowledgment of some record that they have set. ”

    http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/southasia/History/Independent/guiness.html

    I’ll put money on the guy not being a day older than 60. Maybe much younger.

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  4. dave53 (53 comments) says:

    Well if his wife is 54 the whole thing is a hoax. It’s virtually impossible to conceive after 48 or so and there would hardly be IVF in such a poor village.

    That said I still hope to be in the saddle at 96.

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  5. MT_Tinman (2,790 comments) says:

    Do the boys look like the baker?

    That said I still hope to be in the saddle at 96.

    Not me. I hope to be shot by a jealous husband in my late ’80s . ;-)

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  6. David Garrett (5,120 comments) says:

    And if you’ll believe that one DPF, you must believe in the tooth fairy…

    Heard the one about the Indian holy man who didnt eat for a year and didnt lose any weight?

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  7. Viking2 (10,712 comments) says:

    Hey Garrett, what’s wrong with beleiving in the Tooth Fairy.? Eh
    We have a couple here in Te puke.

    Mind you beleiving the bullshit above is like beleiving that mohammed is peaceful. :lol:

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  8. George Patton (330 comments) says:

    An 80 year old man was having his annual checkup and the doctor
    asked him how he was feeling.

    “I’ve never been better!” he boasted. “I’ve got an eighteen year
    old bride who’s pregnant and having my child! What do you think about that?”

    The doctor considered this for a moment, then said, “Let me tell you a story. I knew a guy who was an avid hunter. He never missed a
    season. But one day went out in a bit of a hurry and he accidentally grabbed his umbrella instead of his gun.” The doctor continued,
    “So he was in the woods and suddenly a grizzly bear appeared in front of him! He raised up his umbrella, pointed it at the bear and
    squeezed the handle.”

    “And do you know what happened?” the doctor queried.

    Dumbfounded, the old man replied “No.”

    The doctor continued, “The bear dropped dead in front of him!”

    “That’s impossible!” exclaimed the old man. “Someone else must have shot that bear.”

    “That’s kind of what I’m getting at…” replied the doctor.

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  9. labrator (1,691 comments) says:

    His 21st is going to be a hoot.

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  10. gump (1,228 comments) says:

    Is DPF quoting from a Daily Mail story?

    “It’s absolutely true because I read it in the Daily Mail”

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