7 great people and their little-known oddities
Indeed, almost all famous artists and scientists had such odd habits that surprised and shocked their contemporaries. Well, to tell the truth, you won't believe your ears when you learn about them.
#1 Andy Warhol dyed his hair to look older
#2 Salvador Dali had an anteater and an ocelot as pets
#3 Paul Gauguin left his large family and well-paid job and moved to Tahiti where he created his best artworks
#4 Nikola Tesla changed 18 towels every day as he was afraid of germs and constantly washed his hands
#5 Honoré de Balzac drank more than 45 cups of coffee a day and could work 2 days without any breaks
#6 Albert Einstein asked people who talked to him to repeat the same things several times
#7 Alfred Hitchcock had the fear of scary movies and refused to watch his own
Weirdness makes talented people who they really are. It seems the genius-insanity gene really exists. If so it would explain a lot!
Why are many geniuses a little weird? Have you heard any other oddities of great people? Do you have any weird habits? Share in the comments!
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