(PCM) Did you ever wonder how someone with a tremendously huge ego could even fit their head through a doorway? A little bit of an ego never hurt anyone; being confident in oneself and one’s abilities are assets in life. But there are some people who just take it too far.
Within this list are the thirteen figures that have somehow managed to not only make it through doors, but make a name for themselves as those who live in a perpetual state of infamy for their very selfish lives.
Excluding those who have killed over a million people, here are a list of the top thirteen most infamously egotistical people throughout history.
Despite being known as a friendly and nice guy to those he wasn’t trying to fight, Billy the Kid was one of the most lethal men in the west and has truly made a name for himself in history.
To bathe in their blood and preserve her youth. However, Elizabeth’s ego was certainly her downfall as she was sentenced to life in prison for her crimes.
Despite not becoming a heroic legend, like Booth had hoped, Booth maintains a role in history as one of America’s prominent villains.
James’ own gang member killed him in an attempt to get the reward money for James.
Most suspect that Jack was anything from a common low-life to a renown surgeon. Whatever the case, Jack the Ripper’s story lives on.
However, as a ruler, Marie Antoinette and her husband often left a lot to be desired. When presented with the issue that her people were starving in the street and had no bread, she couldn’t understand why they could not eat cake instead. Eventually, both she and her husband were tried and executed, though Marie Antoinette’s legacy remains as one of the most silly and snobby rulers of all time.
And the worst of it is? He doesn’t understand what he did wrong. Mayer reportedly was very offended when ex, Taylor Swift, released the song “Dear John” which was allegedly about him. Mayer claimed she was just being mean to him, and didn’t get why she could be so mean.
Floyd was eventually gunned down by policemen. His funeral was attended by almost 40,000 people, and Floyd has been romanticized throughout the years, having songs written about him and bands named after him.
Though Lizzie was tried for the crime and eventually acquitted, her parents murder had some hauntingly familiar elements; a few years prior, Borden’s father killed her pet pigeons by cutting off their heads with an ax. Borden and her sister lived out the rest of their lives in relative normalcy, dying within days of each other.
Stroud often claimed that the day he died, all the headlines would be talking about him. He died the day before John F. Kennedy was assassinated, not even getting a mention in any major newspaper.
However, these first hired girls are never on camera, according to reports. Francis has attempted to refurbish his bad reputation by working with charity; he donated money from sales of his Mardi Gras tapes to the Red Cross in order to aid Hurricane Katrina victims.
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