Weird Hang-Ups Of Some World’s Influential Men

Weird Hang-Ups Of Some World's Influential Men|

Weird Hang-Ups Of Some World's Influential Men|

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]orld is full of influential men whom creates the history, from Einstein to Steve Jobs. Every famous personality have some weird habit.

Here we collected some weird habits of famous personalities, Read on!

Einstein Hated Socks 

Einstein’s rather disheveled look has always been a big part of his charm, and that included never wearing socks. “When I was young, I found out that the big toe always ends up making a hole in the sock,” he once said, “so I stopped wearing socks.” He even wrote to his second wife saying how he”got away with not wearing socks” while at Oxford.

Mark Twain Hated Pride & Prejudice 

In fact, Twain was just one of a number of people who had no love for Jane Austen’s novel. He once famously said, “every time I read Pride and Prejudice I want to dig her up and beat her over the skull with her own shin bone!”


Napoleon III Hated Cats

In fact, Napoleon Bonaparte’s nephew not only hated cats; he was terrified of them. Apparently, he would “jump onto a piece of furniture if he saw a cat when he entered a room and would not come down until the cat was removed.”

Steve Jobs Hated Button 

Steve Jobs was said to have koumpounophobia, or the fear of buttons. Many believe this is why he typically only wore turtlenecks (rather than button-up shirts). It may also explain his affinity for touchscreens on phones over phones with physical buttons.

Winston Churchill hated Whistling

Apparently, Churchill vehemently hated whistling. His staff was very aware of this aversion, and had to be especially careful about any nearby whistlers. He would often have his secretary find offending whistlers and tell them to stop immediately. Once he even approached a newspaper boy and shouted “stop that whistling!” at him. To this, the young boy replied, “why should I? You can shut your ears, can’t you?”.


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