Leading the charts with at least seven children is Alexander VI aka. Rodrigo de Borgia of Netflix fame. There are two mitigating circumstances for the guys on the list, though:
- Prof Catherine Fletcher says in this podcast episode, that there was sort of an “administrative track” in the catholic church, which didn’t require vows of celibacy until a certain point (e.g. becoming the Pope).
- Forced celibacy is bullshit.
Also, the catholic church should applaud the female popes for keeping it in their pants: Not a single popesse on that list.
“Dude, this is going to kill you!”
“Don’t worry. It’s going to be 🔥”
It is worth noting that as of 2020-04-20, this list consists purely of men 🤷♂️.
Lady Gaga’s meat dress, which would be “…made into a type of jerky before being archived.” After preparing it for the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,” they ended up with leftover pieces of beef, which is the rock-star equivalent of having screws left over after building an IKEA shelf.
Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, was the husband of Princess Margaret, the sister of Queen Elizabeth II (yes, the current one).
The marriage was accompanied by drugs, alcohol, and bizarre behaviour by both parties, such as his leaving lists of “things I hate about you” for the princess to find between the pages of books she read.
His photographs were on the cover of two Queen (the band) albums.
Frank Hamer killed Bonnie and Clyde.
He was wounded 17 times during his life and left for dead four times. He is credited with having killed between 53 and 70 people.
In 1929, the Texas Bankers Association offered $5’000 for “for dead bank robbers—not one cent for live ones.”
Hamer determined that men were setting up deadbeats and two-bit outlaws to be killed by complicit police officers; the officers would collect the rewards and pay the men their finder’s fees.
Hamer wrote a detailed report, but the Bankers Association did not change the terms and more bounty murders took place.