The Top Interesting Facts About U.S. Presidents, DGS Blog Style
2/18/2013 3:00:00 PM
CHRISTOPH WALTZ hosted "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, and they did a fake trailer for a new ultra-violent Quentin Tarantino movie called "Djesus Uncrossed" . . . spelled with a silent "D" at the beginning, like "Django" is.
It parodies pretty much every Tarantino move, and it's about Jesus rising from the dead to kill a bunch of Romans.
In honor of President's Day, please enjoy the Top Interesting Facts About U.S. Presidents.
George Washington saying "I cannot tell a lie" was the first time that a U.S. president told a lie.
In real life, you could not rollup Andrew Jackson and use him to snort cocaine.
William Howard Taft was paid in donuts.
George Washington had rotten teeth way before Lindsay Lohan made it popular.
John Adams hated the British. And remember, this was BEFORE Coldplay.
The only Adams most Americans can name is SAMUEL Adams.
The "S" in "Harry S. Truman" stood for "Sex-machine."
JFK's real "missile crisis" involved telling Marilyn Monroe, "Sorry, but this never happens."
While he was writing the Emancipation Proclamation, Abraham Lincoln prayed his name would one day be associated with a bunch of jackasses screaming about unbeatable mattress prices.