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I used to believe that the clown on my clown poster would come alive and try to scare me like it does on the sims.
I used to think that if you were born with a birth defect then you were forced to join the circus when you turned 12.
My dad dressed up for my 4th birthday party as a clown. From that day on for about 5 months, I was scared to go near my dad because I thought he was born a clown. To this day I am still afraid of clowns
On a worksheet at school, we were given the task of going through a list of different animals and picking out the ones that were mammals.
Curiously, one of the choices on the list was "clown", so I spent a long time believing that clowns were a different species to people.
A friend of mine went through the first several years of her life believe that when babies were born they came out one of three ways - boy, girl, or clown.
i used to believe that clowns weren't human and that they were a completely different race.
My sister used to believe that clowns were born that way.
i thought clowns were people born with chalky white faces and red on their mouths. I also believed that they had feet as big as their shoes. I was wierd. And because of my foot belief, everytime i met a clown i would step on the shoe to see if he had feet that big. No wonder he never screamed owww.
I was convinced that Ronald McDonald was the only clown who was blessed with the mutant X-Men gift of fluent speech... thus he had to represent the whole existence of clowndom and therefore he was deemed the most respected and greatest, richest clown ever. He was livin it up in what I envisioned, a "Ronald" ranch with golden statues dedicated to himself, french fry fountains and an arched throne that he sat on.
(He also had a playland as big as Disney World and a ball pen as big as an Olympic pool.)
I would envy his clown children....................
I have a big imagination.
I was also upset when I wanted a happy meal... he didn't pop up and give me one.
But if that were true... I'm sure I'd be one tubby kid. But at the time, I'd think that Ronald's kids would eat happy meals all the time... gosh they must be HUGE, I would think...
I was weird...
I used to believe that clowns were some type of derformed human with wierd skin color. I thought that some human found Clown Country (where the clowns lived) and brought them to Anerica to entertain us. I also thought in Clown Country there was a state called Clown, i mean where else would Clown College come from??????? i kno wierd but if my boyfriend likes me that way!
I am extremely afraid of clowns ever since I saw the move "It" when was 7. Just seeing a clown makes me scream and now i'm almost 13 and i still am afraid of clowns.
i used to think that clowns were one of the nicest people on the earth. I considered them as like another race. When i was observing a clown painting a kids faces, I heard it say s**t. I was so devested because clowns were the only nice people i knew, and i thought a clown would never say something like that. I then became cynical for a while. then i relised that clown were people in make-up and costume, so i thought they should be ashamed of being something, that they are not.
Clowns had hairy backs. Children got stuck, couldn't get free, and starved to death. Clowns thought it was funny, and would look for children to stick in their back hair. I was terrified of clowns, and would run screaming if I saw one.
I used to believe that clowns were really skeletons, and they hid the fact by building up lots and lots of makeup on their skulls so that it looked like they had skin. No wonder I was scared of clowns!!
When I was about 5 or 6 I used to think that clown with spider legs will come from the bathroom and eat me. What caused that fear was that movie I watched (can't remember the name of the movie),which was so real,that even today I'm a little scared of clowns. They look kinda scary, don't they?
i hate clowns ever since ive seen IT i saw it when i was 4 so i used to think when i took a shower IT's hand would come out and grab my foot and pull me down so i only took baths for some time then my mom told me that the clowns not real
When I was about 6, I was convinced that a killer clown lived in my bathroom. Every time I would need to go, I would have to check behind the door and shower curtain, under the sink, and in the hamper.
I used to believe that i was turning into a clown whenever I cried becase my cheeks and nose would become red
I thought that clowns were born that way, with the funny hair and make-up. It was just like any other birth defect a child can imagine. I assumed that they worked in the circus because that was the only place they could get work. For a long time I didn't want children, just in case they were born clowns. To this day I find clowns kind of creepy
when i was younger i asked my mom why was the moon always following the car at night and then she told me that a clown use to drive it around and chase me