6 famous geniuses you didn’t know were perverts

Published on June 1st, 2010 | by Admin


Cracked.com has put together a list detailing the interesting perversions of six geniuses who you didn’t know were perverts.

Albert Einstein, Time magazine’s man of the century, is simply the most famous scientist in the history of the planet. He was the first to postulate the theory of relativity, he convinced FDR to build the atomic bomb, he was offered the chance to be the first president of Israel and is considered the father of modern physics. You wouldn’t automatically think of a physics geek as getting more ass than a toilet seat, but…

But Behind Closed Doors

When he wasn’t sciencing the shit out of everything, Einstein spent his time postulating his wiener into as many vaginas as possible. Even though he was married twice (one of those times was to his cousin), he cheated on both of his wives with about 10 different women. Though in his defense, he presented his first wife with a list of rules, one of which was “expect neither intimacy nor fidelity.”

Not only that, but before Einstein finally settled on his cousin Elsa, he apparently almost married her 22-year-old daughter instead (Elsa was his first cousin through his mother’s side AND second cousin through his father’s side. In addition to the theory of relativity, Einstein was the only human capable of diagramming the branches of his own family tree that he had sex with). Then he supposedly got some side action from Elsa’s sister when they were younger, which he defended in a letter to Elsa by pointing out “You can’t blame me; we were young and she was willing.”

We imagine he used the same defense when he was caught boning his best friend’s niece years later.

Einstein would also write to his stepdaughter and wife to tell them what woman he was currently sexifying, and sometimes had his stepdaughter act as a messenger to deliver letters to his mistresses, because if you’re going to not give a fuck you might as well go all the way.

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