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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Clinton was/is kind of a pantywaist, too. He loves the ladies, but was pretty doughy back in the day. A bit of a childish temper, but I can't imagine him, say, getting shot and finishing a speech.

    Calvin Coolidge was another one. Rather introverted and foppish. Look at this college pic of him:



    Being fop or fashion minded, introverted or in the skinny-boy club doesn't immediately make a man a pantywaist though. Got to be something truly wimpy-limpy there to designate pantywaist status. Otherwise the term becomes meaningless, standards have to be maintained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Being fop or fashion minded, introverted or in the skinny-boy club doesn't immediately make a man a pantywaist though. Got to be something truly wimpy-limpy there to designate pantywaist status. Otherwise the term becomes meaningless, standards have to be maintained.
    I know what you mean. He still comes off a little limp-wristed to me, though. He actually doesn't look super-skinny for the 1890s, I don't think. Also, he loved cats.
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    Warren G. Harding.

    A supposed quote from his dad: "It's a good thing you weren't born a girl. you'd always be in a family way, you can't say No." (Was known as a friendly person, but otherwise kind of weak.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    I'm pretty sure, that if Andrew Jackson resurrected and saw his face on the twenty dollar bill, he'd open several cans of whoop ass.
    I know he could take Ben, if they had a cage match over the hundred dollar bill.

    Meanwhile, too bad J. Edgar Hoover's not in the running, I heard he had lots of panties around his waist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    New List: "Five Top Pantywaist Presidents"!!!
    William McKinley - Very sentimental, even asked if his assassin was okay and didn't want him to be hurt
    Don't think he was that sentimental. I think he was in office when we massacred 2 million Filipinos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zergling View Post
    Warren G. Harding.

    A supposed quote from his dad: "It's a good thing you weren't born a girl. you'd always be in a family way, you can't say No." (Was known as a friendly person, but otherwise kind of weak.)
    He also has my favorite presidential quotation ever: "I am not fit for this office, and never should have been here." How often do you get that kind of honesty from a politician?
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