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When I was 6, I saw a clown on TV. I believed that clowns were a separate species and they wore that make up all the time. I always wondered why i never saw clowns at walmart or anywhere like that.

Anon
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Clowns were born like that

Anon
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I used to believe that the clowns were monsters, maybe it was for the movies that i watched when i was child but I was afraid to the clowns, on children's parties, on TV, at the circus when I saw a clown I started to cry. it was funny because clowns make you laugh but they gave me a lot of scare. After that when I grew up I found silly this fear and now remember this is funny.

Nicolas Carrillo
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I used to believe that clowns lived at the circus, until I was 10.

PikachuGirl123
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I used to believe that clowns were a different species, born with their faces like that.

Anon
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When I was a child I used to believe that clowns were born clowns with a red nose , big feet , multicolored hair...

Sathia
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I used to believe that the clown from poltergist was really under my bed and used to call my mom to come get me outta bed in the mornings! I wouldn't even get up to pee in the middle of the night causing me to pee the bed! I STILL HATE CLOWNS!

Angela
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I watched "Poltergeist" when I was eight, and was scared a clown was going to strangle me just before I went to sleep.

Grayson
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When I was little, I saw Steven King's 'IT'. Oddly enough, it didn't scare me. I asked my dad if Pennywise and Ronald McDonald were related, and he said yes.

A few days later my parents and I went to McDonalds and a guy dressed like Ronald was there. I went up to him and asked if he was ashamed at having a psychotic murderer for a brother. He just looked at me and went "...Huh?"

Deidara
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I am absolutely terrified of clowns. My sister gave me one when I was about12 and it used to laugh by itself!! After that I was already scared when I saw the movie IT ....I will be 30years old next month and still cannot see one without completely freaking out and running and screaming.

Beth
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i used to think all clowns were named emmett like the staues, I couodn't beleive that they didnt want to come home and have a meal. I had them confused with the homeless and my mother often got upset about me trying to invite clowns to come to our house and eat.

Anon
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When my boyfriend was a kid, he used to believe that clowns constituted a race of their own. He believed that clowns had clown parents and clown children. So cute!

Anon
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I was on the Bozo the Clown show once. When I saw him in person I could see the line where the cap that held his fake hair met his face. To me it looked like his head was cracked and I was so afraid that it would break open and all his brains would spill out. I sat in terror during the entire show.

Anon
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My little sister who is two years younger than me used to think Ronald McDonald was what the devil must look like. She was really scared of him. Once there was a man dressed up (obviously) as Ronald McDonald doing some promotion at the local McDonalds and handing out games to the kids. My sister got so scared when he said 'Hello little girl, would you like one of these games?' that she kicked him in the shin and ran away screaming. As my siblings and I knew how afraid she was of Ronald McDonald we'd send my sister downstairs for some water or for something and then turn out the lights and shout 'RONALD McDONALD!' and she'd come running up the stairs screaming and crying. I know, children can be so cruel. She laughs about it now, but she still thinks he's well scary :p

Dippingmytoes
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When I was a kid my parents were going to take me to see Cheech and Chong's Up in Smoke. I did not know who they were or what the movie would be about. I asked Dad and he said they were a couple of 'clowns' that ran around smoking pot and running from the cops. Oh how I was disappointed when the movie started and they did not look like Bozo or Cookie. I really thought they would be clowns. :-(

Supervisor
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I used to believe that clowns were born that way.

Kelly
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when i was about 6 i thot that when u went to the circus, and a clown asked if u wanted a baloon u had to say yes or hed hide in the back of your car and then hide in your closet and spray you with acid when ur asleep

skaterdude
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I used to believe that the heat coming from the heater was the breath of an evil clown, and that if I went anywhere neat the heater, he'd pull me down and eat my arms.

Sana
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I believed that some day evil clowns would rain down from the heavens and eat all of our faces!!! :(

Nahunga Dude
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I had trouble sleeping until i was 9 because i thought there were evil black and white unhappy clowns at the end of my bed and if i put my feet down near them they would make me there evil slave so i curled up in a ball every night

Anon
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