Meet Rutherford B. Hayes, the 19th President of the United States. Library of Congress / Via en.wikipedia.org He's not exactly a legendary figure in American history, but maybe he should be. Here are some totally factual reasons you should welcome old Rutherford into your heart. 1. Rutherford B. Hayes is credited with the invention of the Grilled Cheese Sandwich. Library of Congress / Via Flickr: kubina As the story goes, Rutherford was hungry one afternoon but didn't feel like making anything too fancy. He melted some cheese between bread and the rest is history.The addition of tomato soup came in the Taft administration. 2. Rutherford B. Hayes' tenure as Keeper of Keys and Grounds of Hogwarts was one of the least eventful periods in the school's history. Library of Congress / Via Warner Brothers It's when that Hagrid character showed up that everything went crazy. 3. The Dos Equis Most Interesting Man In The World Ad Campaign is based on the life of Rutherford B. Hayes. Library of Congress / Via Dos Equis Rutherford B. Hayes' beard grows Rutherford B. Hayes... 4. Before settling for a Wookie, Han Solo's sidekick was supposed to be a taller and furrier Rutherford B. Hayes. Library of Congress / Via Lucasfilm, Ltd. It was later discovered that replicating the 19th President's facial hair would take 25 years and cost George Lucas nearly $17.8 million. 5. When Rutherford B. Hayes was done in the White House, he spent several seasons as a relief pitcher in the precursor to Major League Baseball. Library of Congress / Via commons.wikimedia.org His influence can still be felt today in the form of the many fanciful facial hair styles popular with relief pitchers. 6. When a Fox and Friends host calls in sick, usually Rutherford B. Hayes fills in for them. Library of Congress / Via Fox News He's very good at interviewing Internet cats. 7. After graduating from Kenyon, Rutherford B. Hayes moved to Portland, Oregon and spent several years touring with his indie-folk band, The Reconstructionists. Library of Congress / Via Flickr: cwhitfield The band was forced to break up as a part of the terms of his assuming the presidency. 8. Rutherford B. Hayes was one of the founders of Facebook and the only one to actually play himself in the 2010 film, The Social Network. The Library of Congress / Via Columbia Pictures His performance in the film was praised by The New York Times as being, "Better than Justin Timberlake." 9. A painting attributed to Andy Warhol of Rutherford B. Hayes sold at auction in 1998 for $145,000. Library of Congress Several independent appraisers question the work's authenticity. 10. Rutherford B. Hayes is an Asgardian. Library of Congress / Via Marvel Studios In fact, the character Fandral the Dashing is based on him. 11. David Letterman had always hoped that Rutherford B. Hayes would succeed him as host of The Late Show. Library of Congress / Via CBS When Hayes was asked if he wanted the job, he said he refused to work after 6:30. 12. Rutherford B. Hayes was originally supposed to play Ross on Friends but had to drop out because of scheduling conflicts. Library of Congress / Via NBC David Schwimmer was only considered after both Rutherford B. Hayes and William H. Macy backed away from the project. 13. In 1890, it was discovered that Rutherford B. Hayes' beard was actually a Bald Eagle nest. Library of Congress / Via de.wikipedia.org The discovery would go down as one of the least important of the 19th Century. 14. Rutherford B. Hayes studied abroad in Italy and it totally changed the way he looks at the world. Library of Congress / Via Flickr: sziszo When he got back to the States, he said to his friends, "Did you know that the Colosseum is real?" 15. Rutherford B. Hayes is actually a young British girl in a Rutherford B. Hayes costume. Library of Congress / Via Sanrio **Mind Blown** 16. Rutherford B. Hayes was eliminated from Dancing with the Stars with just one week remaining in the season. Library of Congress / Via ABC It was a crushing blow to the ex-president after what seemed like a flawless Cha-Cha-Cha. 17. The first person to import Nutella to the United States was Rutherford B. Hayes. Library of Congress / Via Flickr: fireatwillrva One small step for breakfastkind. 18. Wrestling under the pseudonym The Big Whig, Rutherford B. Hayes won six WWE World Championships in nine years. Library of Congress / Via commons.wikimedia.org HAYESAMANIA. 19. Si Robertson is the only Duck Dynasty cast member that isn't actually just Rutherford B. Hayes. Library of Congress / Via A&E Who knew there was so much CGI in reality TV?