I cannot tell a lie -- George Washington did not have wooden teeth.
Presidents' Day may not be the biggest holiday of the year, but it is a time to remember some of our country's greatest leaders. Below are some cool facts about our past presidents that you probably didn't know. Herbert Clark Hoover ordered his White House servants to hide from him whenever he passed by. If they didn't, they ran the risk of being fired.
Presidents of the United States have spun interesting tales.
Did you know there was a president who couldn't stand the sight of blood? Or that one leader got stuck in the White House tub? Or who was the first president to use a nickname when he was sworn in as president, or the president who wasn't sworn in? How much do we really know about the 44 presidents of the United States, which is really 43 presidents? Grover Cleveland is actually the 22nd and 24th presidents after sitting out as No. 23 in favor of Benjamin Harrison. Sure when Presidents' Day comes around we hear about the biggies, Washington, Lincoln, the Roosevelts, Kennedy and Reagan, but what about the other guys? Using the website littleknownfactsshow.com, unknown facts, at least to me, were revealed. First, the singles category: …