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Grandma's Murder Clown

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HeyNannyNanny Tue 12-Mar-19 16:12:46

(for clarity, Grandma didn't knit the knife, that's my boyfriend's staging)

TheLightSideOfTheMoon Tue 12-Mar-19 16:12:40

Gah! Been there.

I had to turn down a family heirloom porcelain doll. It was clearly possessed.

Keep him in the loft. He's happy up there with the bats and spiders.

SweetieJar Tue 12-Mar-19 16:12:13

I normally hate clown dolls but that has to be about the least scary clown I've ever seen-knife aside-.

HeyNannyNanny Tue 12-Mar-19 16:11:47

If it helps, he's about the size of a toddler.

HeyNannyNanny Tue 12-Mar-19 16:10:07

More of a WWYD than AIBU...

My fantastic Grandmother knitted me this toy, around 10 years ago.
She was a very skilled knitter and it is extremely well made and clearly an enormous amount of time, love and skill went into making it.

My Grandmother has since passed away.

I loved her very very much and have several treasures that she made that I keep on display to remember her by.

"Chucky", sadly, lives in an airtight box in the loft, in case he decides to kill us in our sleep.

It seems offensive and a waste of such talent to keep him hidden away, but, frankly, he's terrifying.

I'd also feel bad giving him away, as he was made especially for me and customised to me etc and, like I say, Grandma dedicated a lot of time in him.

WWYD about the scary sentimental clown living in the attic?

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