This is a personal, non-sponsored post by a member of BuzzFeed's ad content team.Advertiser·Posted on Jul 7, 2015Here's A Presidential Sticker Book Just For Grown UpsWant to learn about the history of the executive branch while making penis jokes? Have we got a book for you!by Patrick BakerBuzzFeed CreativeFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Remember those presidential sticker books that were around when you were a kid? Learning Horizons / Via whitehouseholidays.com Well, now there's one strictly for adults: The Presidential Dickerbook. Warning This image is graphic Tap to reveal Click to reveal Devastator Press The book catalogs the actions of each president, and then allows you to commemorate their achievements by slapping big ol' dong stickers over their presidential portraits. It's like A People's History of the United States for immature mature readers. WARNING: If you're not down to see NSFW images of phallic stickers over former leaders of the free world, stop reading. Oh look! It's the father of our country, George Washington! Gilbert Stuart | Devastator Press And here's his commander in chief: Warning This image is graphic Tap to reveal Click to reveal Gilbert Stuart | Devastator Press Looks like more than the dude's teeth were wooden. Here's James K. Polk, President during the Mexican-American war: N. Currier| Devastator Press And here he is celebrating his own private Cinco de Mayo: Warning This image is graphic Tap to reveal Click to reveal N. Currier | Devastator Press Oh hey, Teddy Roosevelt, nice to see you! John Singer Sargent | Devastator Press Oh, and you're, um, teddy bear is here too. Great. Warning This image is graphic Tap to reveal Click to reveal John Singer Sargent | Devastator Press He looks just like his old man, doesn't he? Here's Slick Willie himself: Simmie Knox | Devastator Press And here's his slick willie: Warning This image is graphic Tap to reveal Click to reveal Simmie Knox | Devastator Press Time to take in the smooth sounds of Slick Willie playing that sweet sax. All the presidents' little men are on display in The Presidential Dickerbook, now available from Devastator Press.