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    I don´t get it.
    Clowns are funny, tumbling around with their big feet and rubber hooters.
    Why is everybody frightened of them all of a sudden?
    If a "creepy clown" jumped out at me, I'd clap and laugh in delight at his big red nose and outlandish capers . I bet he'd soon bugger off.
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    Funny I was just reading the local newspaper website and they had a story about this as its been happening in this neck of the woods. I've never seen any roaming around to be fair I probably wouldn't notice.

    It reminds of the time I found an old 70's framed picture of a clown for a pound (bargain as it was huge) in Age Concern and hung it in my stepsons bedroom as a prank thus discovering his fear of the Clown. It turns out the artist of my picture only painted clowns and bizarrely shortly afterwards I was doing some work in Slough and staying at a guest house in Maidenhead and to my shock and horror as I walked in the whole bloody downstairs was decorated in framed pictures by the same artist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    staying at a guest house in Maidenhead owned by the same artist and to my shock and horror as I walked in the whole downstairs was decorated in BLOOD.
    I thought this was going to end differently, so I fixed it.

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    Haha, it might as well have been, I took pics on an old phone I'll have to dig them out but I don't think they fully illustrate the horror of the situation. Karma got me for real that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    It reminds of the time I found an old 70's framed picture of a clown for a pound (bargain as it was huge) in Age Concern and hung it in my stepsons bedroom as a prank thus discovering his fear of the Clown. It turns out the artist of my picture only painted clowns and bizarrely shortly afterwards I was doing some work in Slough and staying at a guest house in Maidenhead and to my shock and horror as I walked in the whole bloody downstairs was decorated in framed pictures by the same artist.
    I can´t think of anything more charming and amusing than a room full of clown pictures. It would cheer me right up.
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    are these clown attacks even real?
    sounds like something made up to sell newspapers

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    I believe it's a 'thing' that started in the states recently and spread via social media.

    I've remembered the artist 'W.Moninet', cant mistake his style. :


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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
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    They look like the Drunken Bakers.
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    I'm fed up with hearing about those clown attacks. It was all over the news this morning as I was having my breakfast. This one was particularly scary though

    Everyone tear down your own little wall
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    Because you've got to be one with the one and all
    You've just got to be close to it all

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    Are people confusing Clowns with Juggalos?

    Juggalos are everywhere in Cambridge. Especially around the poor peoples university, Ruskin.
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    I didn't know what a Juggalo was until about half an hour ago. There's so much in this world that is a complete mystery to me. This has only added to it.
    Everyone tear down your own little wall
    That keeps you from being a part of it all
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    Cambridge is full of juggalos? For why?



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    It must be terrible if you're a clown but your heart is broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by treeboy View Post
    I'm fed up with hearing about those clown attacks. It was all over the news this morning as I was having my breakfast. This one was particularly scary though

    Taking lessons from a fellow clown?


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    When I were a lad, that Leo Sayer had just had his 'Show must go on' hit, for which he appeared in a clown type outfit on TV. I had a couple of free tickets to see him do a show in Barnsley ... and yes, he did the whole show in the clown getup. I've still got a poster from that gig, in which the hyperbole says (I paraphrase) 'if anybody is going to challenge David Bowie as Britain's best singer, it must be ...'

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    I just bought a signed kendo nagasaki mask. my kids aren't frightened of clowns anymore.
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    Signed? Wow! For folk of a certain age, that carries some weight. Saturday afternoon legend "Shall we watch Final score on the beeb? Hell no! Kendo Nagasaki is ripping the shit out of someone on World Of Sport! Get over there NOW!" Those were the days
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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    I don´t get it.
    Clowns are funny, tumbling around with their big feet and rubber hooters.
    Why is everybody frightened of them all of a sudden?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slim Jim View Post
    Gacy wasn´t really a "clown killer" though, he was just a killer who worked as a clown once.
    If I went on a killing spree that would make me the "Santa Claus killer" based on the fact I once put on the beard and coat and gave presents out to some kids.
    A real clown killer should do his killing in costume.
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