2. Amin ate 40 oranges a day
Idi Amin was a deeply weird person in many respects. He thought he was Scottish, he might've dabbled in cannibalism, and he once asked Queen Elizabeth II to send him her "25-year-old knickers". But he also had an odd fixation with oranges, eating up to 40 in a single day. He apparently did this because he considered them "nature's Viagra", and considering how many children he had, the guy might've actually had a point. Though he also served bee larvae and flying ants at state dinners, so maybe don't give him too much credit.
3. Stalin made heads of state play drinking games with him
Nikita Khrushchev once claimed, "I don't think there has ever been a leader of comparable responsibilities who wasted more time than Stalin did just sitting around the dinner table eating and drinking." And if the six-hour dinners Stalin regularly hosted are any indication, this was a fair assessment. In between stuffing his face with food prepared by Putin's Grandpa Spiridon, Stalin liked to pressure his VIP guests into playing drinking games, especially his favorite, Guess the Temperature. ("Cold" is always a safe bet.) The games were apparently intense -- Yugoslavian dictator Tito puked on his sleeve and Khrushchev himself wet his bed at different "dinners" hosted by the Russian tyrant.