Apr 21, 2013

The Most Goofy Leaders We Have Ever Had in Politics (26 pics)

By on Sunday, April 21, 2013

Kevin Rudd, former prime minister of Australia:

Because he's the undisputed king of selfies and duckface:

The undisputed king at being bad at exercising:

And the undisputed king of talking to 50 Cent:

Rob Ford, mayor of Toronto, Canada:

Because he may just be worse at sports than Kevin Rudd:

And worse at dancing than everyone you have ever met:

But he is undoubtedly the best at running into things:

  Naheed Nenshi, mayor of Calgary, Canada:

Because he is the absolute best at Twitter:

Or maybe mayor of Twitter is more appropriate:

Jan Peter Balkenende, former Dutch prime minister:

Because he is probably the most uncoordinated man to ever step on a skateboard:

Anthony Foxx and Pat McCrory, mayor and former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina:

For introducing us to the most awkward hug of all time:

Svante Myrick, mayor of Ithaca, New York:

Because he understands the importance of a good disguise:

Julia Gillard, prime minister of Australia:

Because she is constantly slipping on banana peels:

Sam Adams, mayor of Portland, Oregon:

For obvious reasons:

John Key, prime minister of New Zealand:

For thinking a three-way handshake is somehow possible:

R. T. Rybak, mayor of Minneapolis, Minnesota:

Because this is a photo of him crowd-surfing at a rock concert. So, again, obvious reasons.

Boris Johnson, mayor of London:

Because of that one time he got stuck on a zipline:

Because of this picture of him with two M&Ms:

inarguably the person who looks most like an orangutan riding a bike on this list:

And, honestly, just look at him wearing this helmet. JUST LOOK AT HIM:

Because he is inarguably the best dancer on this list: 

Jon Gnarr, mayor of Reykjavik, Iceland:


Alan Bernholtz, mayor of Crested Butte, Colorado:

Because... do I even need to tell you? Do you see this picture? HE'S JUMPING OVER FIRE SPORTING AN AFRO!

Stephen Harper, prime minister of Canada:

Because he let this picture happen:

But mostly because of his response to the whole thing:


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