30 Times the Leader of the Free World Was a Nasty Little Freak

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30 Times the Leader of the Free World Was a Nasty Little Freak

Were not just talking about how these guys liked to get naughty in (and out) of the bedroom — although theres plenty of that. The dudes we collectively put in charge of everything may be, statistically, the weirdest, nastiest lil freakazoids in the history of the planet. Theyve spent an inordinate amount of time, and a nearly unfathomable amount of our money, fussing over everything from golf to aliens. 

They might look like they know what theyre doing, but the truth is theyre just as jacked up in the brain as the rest of us. The difference is: They have the resources and the global platform to pull off their very dumbest ideas.

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George Washington had his own version of Yelp. While traveling the country, Washington would write scathing reviews of the inns and public houses that he stayed in. Не described one as not a good House...  intolerable bad Road, while another was deemed not very inviting. The nicest review he gave might be for the tavern which was a better house than the appearances indicate, but it's hard to take that as a compliment. CRACKED.COM

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Jimmy Carter slew an entire audience with a single joke... or so he thought. APPLAUSE In 1981, Carter opened a speech to an audience of Japanese college students with a joke that caused everyone to erupt into raucous laughter. When he later asked the translator what happened, the translator admitted that he never delivered the joke at all. So what did he tell the audience? President Carter told a funny story. Everyone must laugh. CRACKED.COM

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Andrew Jackson crashed a ball with two prostitutes. When he was 18, Andrew Jackson - then XXX a hard-drinking layabout -- jokingly invited two prostitutes to his town's annual Christmas ball. This caused a major scandal... which only got worse when the prostitutes actually showed up. Не attempted to defuse the near-riotous situation by saying that he didn't think they'd accept his invite, although it's not clear whether his fellow townspeople bought this argument or ever invited him to a party again. CRACKED.COM

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Ever heard the Coolidge dejection It's a term used by sexologists, and is named after 30th president Calvin Coolidge. IT'S NAMED AFTER COOLIDGE'S BOREDOM WITH HIS WIFE. When Mrs. Coolidge was touring government chicken pens, she asked the man in charge if roosters copulate more than once a day. Dozens of times, was the reply. Please tell that to the president, Mrs. Coolidge requested. When the president passed the pens and was told about the rooster, he asked Same hen every time? Oh no, Mr. President, a different one each time. The president quipped, Tell that to Mrs. Coolidge. The

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John Quincy Adams was a badass. Не was a shrewd negotiator who maintained a fitness regimen that included swimming the Potomac naked every morning. НЕ WAS ALSO A BIG FAN OF OUTDOOR BONING. And he assumed Americans invented it. The art of making love, muffled up in furs, in the open air, with the thermometer at Zero, is a Yankee invention, said Adams. CRACKED COM Phyllis Lee Levin, 2015 The Remarkable Education of John Quincy Adams

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George Washington died of a chill, in 1799. The official story was that he'd caught cold while riding his horse in the snow. HISTORIANS SAY НЕ CAUGHT COLD BECAUSE HIS PANTS WERE DOWN. Harvard historian Karal Ann Marling says Washington caught cold while jumping out of a window with his britches in his hand, when he was caught with an overseer's wife at Mt. Vernon. British historian Arnold Toynbee says Washington contracted the chill visiting a black beauty in his slave quarters. CRACKED COM Nigel Cawthorne 1998 Sex Lives of the Presidents

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Kennedy was widely known for his affairs. Не famously whined that if he went more than three days without sex, he'd get severe headaches. AND ONE OF HIS MISTRESSES COURIERED MESSAGES TO THE MAFIA. Her name was Judith Exner, and she spent 18 months passing letters between JFK and a man she knew as Sam Flood. Flood was actually Sam Giancana, the bigtime Chicago mob boss. Exner didn't know what was inside the envelopes she ferried back and forth, but later testified that she thought they might involve a plot between the president and the mob to kill Fidel Castro.

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