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To think this was NOT a genuine killer clown

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AgentZigzag Sat 29-Oct-16 20:17:29

I saw 3 killer clowns whilst I was out walking DDog just now.

One of them had a meat cleaver and was chasing a girl down the street.

The girl was laughing as well as screaming, which made me think he was possibly not the genuine article. But then laughter’s a clown’s bread and butter, and wouldn’t one that had chosen to go down the butchering route still ply his trade up until an appropriate time to catch his audience off guard? Like someone leaning in to smell their lovely buttonhole flower and they whip out the hatchet they’ve concealed in their oversized trousers?

So how does one distinguish authentic killer clowns from those just jumping on the falling apart whenever it stops bandwagon?

Also, are genuine killer clowns now getting as pissed off at the number of pretenders on the street, as real clowns were at the new wave of killer clowns a while back?

Whatslovegottodo Sat 29-Oct-16 20:19:00

shock did the girl know them?
That sounds terrifying!!

SleepingTiger Sat 29-Oct-16 20:32:20

One has to wait until the victim is hacked with the cleaver, then if the blood is face it is a non-genuine killer clown. If the blood is real then it is a genuine killer clown. I am afraid that is the only way to put it to the test really.

I would say the genuine killer clowns are getting just a tad sad.

SleepingTiger Sat 29-Oct-16 20:32:46

fake not face

ChardonnayKnickertonSmythe Sat 29-Oct-16 20:35:28

If the girl is blonde and if she's wearing only her nightie or her underwear then it's likely the clown is indeed genuine.

MrsMook Sat 29-Oct-16 21:08:05

I saw some killer clowns. Just teenagers slouching around with some half hearted masks minding their own business. I think they were killing themselves with boredom grin

It triggered off some interesting rumours though. Someone told me about them the next day and there were several layers of embellishment added.

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