1. George Washington
Washington was an ultra-successful liquor distributor within the new nation. He made rye whiskey, apple brandy and peach brandy in his Mount Vernon distillery.
2. John Adams
Adams and Thomas Jefferson had been shut mates and correspondents — however additionally they had a little bit of a rivalry. Adams’ dying phrases had been, “Thomas Jefferson survives,” unaware that he had died hours earlier. In one other shocker, each died on July 4, 1826.
3. Thomas Jefferson
Jefferson and John Adams paid a go to to William Shakespeare’s dwelling in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1786. There, they chipped off a bit from Shakespeare’s chair as a memento.
4. James Madison
James Madison was Princeton College’s first graduate pupil.
5. James Monroe
Monrovia, the capital of the Liberia, is known as after James Monroe. He supported the American Colonization Society in its work to create a house for freed slaves in Liberia.
6. John Quincy Adams
Throughout his presidency, John Quincy Adams loved skinny-dipping within the Potomac River within the early mornings.
7. Andrew Jackson
Jackson was concerned in as many as 100 duels, most of which had been fought to defend the honour of his spouse, Rachel. He was shot within the chest in a duel in 1806 and took a bullet within the arm in a bar combat with Missouri Sen. Thomas Hart Benton in 1813.
8. Martin Van Buren
Van Buren’s nickname was “Previous Kinderhook” as a result of he was raised in Kinderhook, N.Y. A well-liked idea states that the time period “O.Ok.” is derived from the O.Ok. golf equipment that sprung as much as assist his marketing campaign.
9. William H. Harrison
Democrats ran a smear marketing campaign throughout Harrison’s marketing campaign that attempted to forged him as an out-of-touch previous fogey who would somewhat “sit in his log cabin, ingesting exhausting cider” than run the nation. Harrison one-upped the haters by adopting the log cabin and exhausting cider as marketing campaign symbols. He even commissioned bottles of exhausting cider formed like log cabins.
10. John Tyler
John Tyler had 15 youngsters, greater than some other president.
11. James Ok. Polk
This is one for the underdogs. James Polk, nicknamed “Younger Hickory,” was America‘s first darkish horse presidential candidate. He was thought of a Plan B after the extra possible alternative, Martin Van Buren, did not safe the occasion’s nomination.
12. Zachary Taylor
Zachary Taylor was a troublesome man — a serious common within the U.S. Military and hero of the Mexican-American Battle. However oddly sufficient, what introduced him down in the long run was a glass of milk and a few cherries that he loved on July 4, 1850. The cherries had been possible contaminated with micro organism that brought about his loss of life by cholera 5 days later.
13. Millard Fillmore
Millard Fillmore lived the dream of many a teenage schoolboy. Fillmore’s first spouse, Abigail Powers, was his trainer whereas he was a 19-year-old pupil on the New Hope Academy in New York.
14. Franklin Pierce
Pierce had a troublesome time guiding the nation and maybe a good harder time guiding his horse. Throughout his presidency, Pierce was arrested for operating over a lady together with his horse. Fees had been later dropped as a result of a scarcity of proof.
15. James Buchanan
James Buchanan often purchased slaves in Washington, D.C. and quietly freed them in Pennsylvania.
16. Abraham Lincoln
Get able to rumble: Abraham Lincoln might throw down within the wrestling ring. As a younger man, he was solely defeated as soon as out of roughly 300 matches. He made it to the Wrestling Corridor of Fame with the honour of “Excellent American.”
17. Andrew Johnson
In his youth, Johnson apprenticed as a tailor. At the same time as president, he by no means stopped making his personal fits.
18. Ulysses S. Grant
Ulysses S. Grant smoked a ton of cigars — no less than 20 a day. After an incredible army victory on the Battle of Shiloh, residents despatched him greater than 10,000 containers of cigars as gratitude. He died of throat most cancers in 1885.
19. Rutherford B. Hayes
Hayes was the one president to be wounded within the Civil Battle — not as soon as, however 4 instances. 4 horses had been shot down from beneath him (ouch).
20. James A. Garfield
Not solely was Garfield ambidextrous — he might write Latin with one hand and Greek with the opposite on the identical time.
21. Chester A. Arthur
Chester A. Arthur was identified for his impeccable apparel, incomes him the nickname “Elegant Arthur.” On his final day in workplace, 4 girls provided him their arms in marriage. Additionally, he owned 80 pairs of pants.
22. Grover Cleveland
Whereas serving as sheriff of Erie County, N.Y., Grover Cleveland needed to spring the lure at a dangling on two occassions. This earned him the unflattering nickname “Buffalo Hangman.”
23. Benjamin Harrison
Benjamin Harrison was the primary president to have electrical energy within the White Home. Nonetheless, he was so afraid of getting electrocuted that he would by no means contact the sunshine switches himself.
24. Grover Cleveland
Grover Cleveland’s epithelium, a small tumor that was faraway from the roof of his mouth, resides on the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia.
25. William McKinley
William McKinley nearly at all times wore a purple carnation on his lapel as a superb luck attraction. Whereas greeting a line of individuals in 1901, he gave the flower to slightly woman. Seconds later, he was shot by an murderer, and died eight days later.
26. Theodore Roosevelt
Teddy Roosevelt was shot in an assassination try whereas delivering a speech in Milwaukee. “I don’t know whether or not you absolutely perceive that I’ve simply been shot,” he informed the surprised viewers. “I provide you with my phrase, I don’t care a rap about being shot; not a rap.” He accomplished the 90-minute speech with the bullet nonetheless lodged in his chest.
27. William H. Taft
William Taft — also called “Huge Invoice” — was the most important president in American historical past. He as soon as bought himself wedged into the White Home bathtub and needed to name his advisers for assist getting out.
28. Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson’s face is on the $100,000 invoice, which only a few have ever laid arms on. The payments had been primarily designed for commerce between between Federal Reserve banks, however fell out of use with the invention of the wire switch. They nonetheless work as authorized tender, however good luck discovering somebody who can break the change for you.
29. Warren G. Harding
At 25, Warren married a divorcée, Florence “Flossie” Mabel Kling DeWolf. She was 5 years older with a 10-year-old son from a former marriage. Flossie’s father as soon as threatened to kill Harding if he married his daughter, however she pursued him relentlessly till he gave in. Lady energy!
30. Calvin Coolidge
If you happen to thought you had a troublesome boss, assume once more. Calvin Coolidge would sometimes press all of the buttons within the Oval Workplace, sending bells ringing all through the White Home — after which cover to look at his workers run in. He simply wished to see who was working.
31. Herbert Hoover
Herbert Hoover’s son had two pet alligators, which had been sometimes permitted to run unfastened all through the White Home.
32. Franklin D. Roosevelt
Rooselvelt’s spouse, Eleanor, was truly his fifth cousin. She was additionally the niece of Theodore Roosevelt, FDR’s idol and U.S. president No. 26. They married on March 17, 1905.
33. Harry S. Truman
The “S” in Truman’s full title would not stand for something. His mother and father could not determine on a center title for over a month, in order that they settled on the letter “S” in honor of his maternal grandfather, Solomon Younger, and his paternal grandfather, Anderson Shipp Truman.
34. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Eisenhower performed an enormous position in popularizing golf. He put in a placing inexperienced on the White Home and performed greater than 800 rounds whereas in workplace — exceeding the report of some other president. He holds a spot within the World Golf Corridor of Fame within the Lifetime Achievement Class.
35. John F. Kennedy
JFK was an enormous James Bond fan. He first met the creator of the sequence, Ian Fleming, at a cocktail party in 1960. They allegedly bounced round concepts about find out how to eliminate Fidel Castro.
36. Lyndon B. Johnson
LBJ wasn’t scared to indicate off his, err, Johnson — he nicknamed his penis “Jumbo.” In accordance with biographer Robert Dallek, Johnson met with a reporter who requested him a number of instances why American troops had been in Vietnam. In response, Johnson unzipped his pants, pulled out “Jumbo,” and yelled, “This is the reason!”
37. Richard M. Nixon
In China, probably the most well-known Western names are Jesus Christ, Elvis Presley and Richard Nixon.
38. Gerald R. Ford
Gerald Ford labored as a style mannequin throughout faculty, showing on the duvet of Cosmopolitan.
39. Jimmy Carter
Jimmy Carter filed a report for a UFO sighting in 1973. He referred to as it “the darndest factor I’ve ever seen.”
40. Ronald Reagan
In 1940, the College of California bestowed Reagan with the Most Practically Good Male Determine Award. The prize was the chance to pose practically nude for an artwork class studying to sculpt the human physique.
41. George H. W. Bush
On Sept. 2, 1944, Bush was flying over Japan when his plane was shot down within the Pacific. Bush and one other crewman had been capable of bail out, however the different man’s parachute malfunctioned, and he went down with the airplane. Bush was ultimately rescued by a submarine off the coast of Chichi-jima.
42. Invoice Clinton
It wasn’t simply Clinton’s southern attraction that did it for the women. His face is so symmetrical — an vital part of human attractiveness — that he ranked in facial symmetry alongside male fashions.
43. George W. Bush
“Dubya” garnered the media consideration together with his frat boy previous, however he additionally has a extra healthful facet (except for portray, that’s). Throughout his senior 12 months of highschool at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., Bush was captain of the cheerleading staff.
44. Barack Obama
Obama’s highschool nickname on the basketball staff was “Barry O’Bomber,” which he earned as a result of his superior bounce shot.
45. Donald Trump
He Would By no means Admit He Was Flawed
One among younger Donald’s extra “braggadocious” qualities was his full and complete unwillingness to confess his personal error. Pals recall him doubling down on incorrect data somewhat than admitting defeat. In a single specific occasion of this conduct, The Donald incorrectly referred to skilled wrestler Antonino Rocca as Rocky Antonino.