Strange behaviours and habits of celebrities

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everyone may look like each other at first glance, but as soon as you enter their lives or pay a little more attention to the details of their behavior, you will notice strange things. Things that may seem unusual to the public, but have become an integral and common part of some people's lives.

You may be saying to yourself that unreasonable and unusual behaviors are specific for mad people, but I should mention here "Do not deceive yourself." Many of the famous people we know of, and whose success has been proven to all, have behaved strangely. People who may find such patches unattractive to their jobs, fame and image, but history has kept the truth in their hearts to one day open their hands to the future.

For example, while working on new compositions, Beethoven walked around his room and sometimes emptied a bucket full of water on his head to make his creativity flourish. It is interesting to note that Victor Hugo was accustomed to standing and often wrote as he stood. In today's case, we will talk to you about popular and famous people who had one or more rare and wonderful morals and habits. be with us.

*People who did not sit down to write

It is common for people to sit at a desk while writing and bring to mind the insights that have accumulated in their minds, but among the great writers, we have those who did not follow this rule when writing.

Virginia Woolf, one of the leading writers of the twentieth century who wrote "Mrs. Dalloway," used to write on a high desk with a sloping surface. After writing for a while, she took a few steps away from the writings, looked at the manuscripts from a distance, and started writing again.

Nietzsche also wrote standing up, believing that standing writing is the way to achieve meaning.

Albert Einstein, Goethe, and Alexandre Dumas also could not write while sitting. The famous French playwright Alexandre Dumas, nicknamed the "King of Paris", writes in the strangest possible way. He was writing his unique novels while sitting in a bathtub full of bath water.

Mark Twain did not write sitting down at all, unless he was lying down and perfectly comfortable.

Victor Hugo, author of "Les miserable", "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", and "The Man who laughs", was also accustomed to standing. He stood at the high table he had prepared for himself and began to write. Every few minutes, Hugo would walk around the room and talk to himself to unwind and find new ideas to continue the story.

Ever-awake artists

Leonardo da Vinci, a man who had a hand in all his artistic endeavors, slept very little. Da Vinci, a Renaissance man, met his sleep needs during the day with just a few short naps, totaling less than five hours.

Nikola Tesla, the inventor of wireless radio and AC generators, the key to the beginning of the electronic age, slept very little and used his body as a conductive tool to demonstrate his achievements.

Enver de Balzac, the famous novelist we know as "the Innocent Woman" and "Baba Goryeo", was addicted to coffee and drank 50 cups of coffee a day, so he had no time to sleep!

Beethoven, the man who composed The "Ninth Symphony" despite his deafness, had little interest in sleeping. He counted 60 coffee beans every morning and made them with that coffee. He would also pour some cold water on his head after work and then move on to other daily activities.

*Sleeping in a coffin to strengthen the imagination

Being present in geography and circumstances we have not experienced before can be very helpful in boosting your imagination and stimulating new ideas. The world of the dead is always one of those topics where you can delve into fascinating stories.

Sarah Bernard, the "Queen of French Theater", had a coffin in her home and used it to sleep, study and rehearse her plays. This method was so important to her that she took the coffin with her even if she was on a journey.

Charles Dickens used to visit the morgues every time he traveled to Paris. He was not interested in visiting the morgue, but he felt that there was a force in the city of Paris that was forcing him to do so!

*Having weird hobbies like hiking with crab

David Rockefeller, a man known as the father of transgenic products, believed that everyone should have a special and different hobby in their life, and that their own hobby was collecting different beetles. Rockefeller, who was named the world's oldest billionaire in 2015, kept a strange collection of 90,000 beetles in his home.

From the age of seven, he became interested in collecting beetles and putting them in wooden boxes. Since there are more beetles than any other animal, and of course these insects have strong skin and are easy to maintain, every time he travels, he must bring a box to collect the beetles.

"Queen Elizabeth II" is another famous person who had an insatiable desire to collect a certain kind of animal. In addition to her passion for dwarf dogs and the ownership of all British forces, Queen Elizabeth pays special attention to red squirrels and bats.

She does not allow her staff to enter the bats' sanctuary, and she personally works every day to free the bats that were trapped in the hall in the middle of the castle the night before.

The great English poet Lord Byron was also very interested in keeping various animals in his habitat. Byron bought a bear to circumvent the Cambridge University dormitory law and took it to his room! The university, which did not specifically mention the bear ban in its regulations, could not legally file a complaint against him.

Irish writer Oscar Wilde was also interested in keeping certain animals as pets, including a crab and a white mouse, and, strangely enough, he went for walks and theater with the two animals.

The stubborn perfectionist director Stanley Kubrick, who made the film "Space Odyssey" was an isolated, solitary figure who dealt more with animals in his personal life. He kept 16 cats in his house and at one point in his life had seven dogs and four donkeys.


*Taste the taste of all living things

Darwin, who did research in science and biodiversity, traveled to many lands during his lifetime. This famous theorist eats that animal after getting acquainted with every new creature he researches. Darwin had strange eating habits and did not refrain from eating any living things. Of course, a large part of this research was devoted to different insects. Darwin was a member of a strange club called Gluten, whose members were no less than themselves. They met every week to share the experience of tasting different animals. Darwin's memoirs state that the taste of a chewing animal called "Armadillo" is very good, and the meat of "Puma", which is the title of one of the mountain lions, has an unpleasant taste.

*Strange behaviors of Dickens and Beethoven to increase creativity

There are many ways to boost creativity, and many celebrities use their mind-blowing methods to boost their imagination and creativity; In the meantime, we have Beethoven who thinks that wearing dirty and dirty clothes, uncorrected face and long and messy hair make him more creative.

The world's greatest composer, while working on new compositions, walked around his room and sometimes emptied a bucket full of water on his head.

Friedrich Schiller kept rotten apples in his desk drawer and was inspired by the stinky smell of apples!

Before writing, the French writer and poet Charles Baudelaire used to inhale a few perfumes with a very pungent odor. Before going to sleep, Charles Dickens adjusted a navigation compass hand to the north and placed it close to him. Dickens felt he would write with a better feeling and motivation the next day.

*Strange ways to focus

It is common for all of us to be constantly distracted while scoring work and responsibilities, or to pursue other hobbies while we have not yet finished our work. The elders are no exception to this rule, and there are many who have not been able to stand on their own two feet with steely will without heavy conditions.

In order to force himself to write, Victor Hugo wanted his servants to take his clothes out of his reach so that he would get rid of the thought of leaving the house. He shaved half of his beard and hair while writing "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and threw away all the scissors he had at home.

Leo Tolstoy, the famous Russian literary, was a vegetarian, despite belonging to the highest social classes, and regardless of his wealth, he wore poor clothes and shoes that were the result of his own clumsy tailoring.

Michelangelo, the man who painted the clean, celestial designs of the Sistine Vatican, had a personality that did not pay attention to hygiene and believed that bathing was bad for one's health.

Unlike Michelangelo, Glenn Gould, a famous Canadian pianist, had a phobia of getting dirty and never took off his gloves and used his own chair to perform.

*Specific methods for hiring a colleague

The famous American inventor Thomas Edison has used an unusual method to collaborate with new scientists and researchers in his projects. He invited the scientists to dinner and a compliment of soup. Each guest who added salt to the soup before tasting it was then removed from the recruitment list.

Edison argued that a person who adds salt to food without tasting it would conclude before experimenting that he did not want to work with such people.

Einstein would not have chosen him as his co-worker if he had been at work complaining too much about the situation. His humble job at a government patent office in Bern was all he wanted.

Even though his salary was low and his job seemed boring, in fact, this boredom was what Einstein loved. When we do monotonous work that does not require much skill or mastery, our brain quickly accepts and adapts to it. We soon learn to do what we want without even thinking. This allows our thoughts to move freely from one subject to another, and this is exactly what Einstein needed.
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Mmm...writing without siting. Wow,never heard that one before.Some people are indeed weird.But anyways,I understand them. Everyone has the way he or she does things comfortabcomfortably lie for them.If they think or actually achieve more whiles doing those things,then why not.It is yields maximum outcome, then they can be any position at all and write.This is a great article because I never knew prominent people like this used to write in different positions. Kindly subscribe back.Thanks.

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Great point

while working on new compositions, Beethoven walked around his room and sometimes emptied a bucket full of water on his head to make his creativity flourish. It is interesting to note that Victor Hugo was accustomed to standing and often wrote as he stood. In today's case, we will talk to you about popular and famous people who had one or more rare and wonderful morals and habits. be with us.

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Not just celebrity actually, all we have strange behavior and personality.

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Nice article but Thomas Edison just steal the idea of Nikola Tesla of bulb.

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they are all have a very unique ways. interesting rticles hahahaha. and now may I ask whats youre unique habits?

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I'm not a genius so I've no specific unique habit, What about you?

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I am just a simple human being and not a genius just clever hehehe. so I don't have this unique habits.

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nice article sir!

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