Today we celebrate Presidents Day with Presidential weirdness.

Presidents Day falls on the third Monday of February every year and is George Washington, the USA's first president, birthday.

It is a federal holiday with everything pretty much closed including banks, schools and post offices.

We decided that this year we were going to focus on some of the unknown facts about some of the last 44 presidents.

Now its been a crazy year in the world of politics with Donald J Trump being officially sworn in as the 45th President of the United States and to continue in the craziness, we give you the Top 5 facts you probably didn’t know about presidents of the past, according to the Huffington Post:

5. James A. Garfield was ambidextrous, meaning he could write with both his left and right hands.

4. Ulysses S. Grant got a speeding ticket on a horse while traveling on a Washington Street. The ticket came with a $20 fine.

3. Warren Harding Lost The White House China In A Poker Game. The 29th President really like to gamble and in one poker game, he actually bet the White House china collection and lost it all in one hand, no word on what hand beat him.

2. George W. Bush was a cheerleader in high school. Not only was he a cheerleader, he was the head cheerleader, who was responsible for organizing pep rally's. He also played baseball while in high school.

1. Lyndon B. Johnson the 36th President was so comfortable with his staff that he actually asked people to follow him into the bathroom to continue conversations as he relieved himself. Talk about uncomfortable.

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