Betty White Plays The Most Hilarious Game Of 'Are You Older Than'

Oh, Betty. This is why we love you.

Betty White is turning 94 next week, but we're happy to report that her sense of humor hasn't aged one bit. 

The "Golden Girls" veteran was on "The Late Late Show With James Corden" Tuesday to kick off her "birthday week," as she called it, and was as always, a good sport when it came to poking fun at her age.

"I'm so sorry you had to say the number," White said. "I was going to say it was my 58th!"

Joined by NBA player Amar'e Stoudemire, Corden suggested they play a game of "Did It Exist?" so we could all better grasp just how old 94 is. 

Kicking my birthday week off with these 3 handsome gentlemen. Tune in tonight. #LateLateShow

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White turns 94 on January 17th and said she plans to celebrate it with Robert Redford (who she's been crushing on for years). "He doesn't know that yet," she joked. 

Corden asked Stoudemire and White to guess if the NBA, the state of New Mexico, and even sliced bread were around when she was born in 1922. 

White found out she was older than sliced bread. Yep, it's true. Sliced bread didn't come around until 1928. 

And then there was the question of Disney icon, Mickey Mouse. Yep, Mickey Mouse was created in 1928. And White wasn't shocked. 

"Mickey was a good kisser," White, matter-of-factly, said.

Keep on, keepin' on, Betty! 

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Stoudemire plays for the New York Knicks. 

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