One hundred people.
Who says women are completely useless?
This Pennsylvania great-grandmother has 100 reasons to brag.
Marguerite Koller, who is 99, welcomed her 100th great-grandchild into the supersized family recently just as she closes in on 100-years-old herself.
Making the feat even more incredible, she almost became a nun before she instead chose to marry her husband William in 1942 right before World War II, according to NBC 10 Philadelphia.
“I’m just thinking how lucky I am,” said Koller, who lives in Blue Bell right outside of Philly.
Koller, now a widow, is the mother of 11 and grandmother of 56, according to the report.
“I wanted to have a big family,” she said. “I think it’s difficult being an only child – it’s lonely.”
You see: this is what you have to do with women.
This is literally the only thing you can do with a woman.
You can have sex with her. That’s all.
"I'm just thinking about how lucky I am." Talk about a family tree with some deep roots. #MontcoPA's Marguerite Koller is celebrating the birth of her 100th great-grandchild and sharing the story of her remarkable family. https://t.co/eZF7iaXoFO pic.twitter.com/b1eL7AAned
— NBC10 Philadelphia (@NBCPhiladelphia) August 10, 2022
Well, technically, if you don’t have anything to do, you can force a woman to sit there and listen to you talk.
But remember: you are not talking TO her, you are talking AT her.
Many die young but to age is a true privilege!
Family is a true blessing, congrats to them all! ❤️
— T✨🌿 (@Trissta36) August 12, 2022
100 Great Grandchildren.
This 99 year old lady deserves many blessings indeed.
Best Tweet of the Day.
— MysteryBlondeAngelAndysCandy8💗 (@overstreet_anne) August 12, 2022
God has truly blessed her.
— CTW (@sail1993) August 12, 2022
There are two ways to be a good Catholic woman
She tried them both
And OBVIOUSLY had a preference
— Mel Ba (@LuciousMuffins) August 12, 2022