Most of us have a competitive nature. From having the best mono-brow to starting the most amount of fires, it’s human nature to compete. Pennywise, that massively evil clown from Stephen King’s 1990 horror miniseries “It” is not known for his gentile, easy-going manner. Ronald McDonald, that massively commercial clown of McDonald’s Corporation of quick food eateries is not known for his manic, serial killer manner. Though these pair of clowns have little in common, that doesn’t stop them from competing for the ultimate prize.
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I can’t top Bill Spencer’s comment so I won’t even try.
Not many can.
Clowns competing over who started the most fires– Hmmm… reminds me of the time my cousin burned down our ice skating warming hut.
My cousin is a clown too.
I think Ronald might win this competition? Bill Y, I’m a little worried about the arson thing.
I’m with you on this Don Don’s. Pennywise is trying too hard while Ron has the self-satisfied, smug look of satisfaction that only comes from experience. I also agree with you about the arson thing!
Clowns competing over who’s the biggest badass—Hmmm, . . . reminds me of the GOP presidential candidates.
There’s a reality show in that.
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