I am terrified of them.
And I refuse to believe that there are people who genuinely enjoy them
When I was young, I was scared of anything and everything in a mask or costume. I once went to Martin's Fantasy Island and had to hide in a bathroom to avoid people dressed up as Simpsons characters. I've never been to Disneyland - but I bet if I had, Mickey Mouse would've received a punch to his rodent throat.
Luckily I eventually got over my fear of masks and costumes (well, mostly), but the clown thing has stuck. And it always will.
Because those things are evil.
How it was decided that creepy makeup, big coloured wigs, and a need to invade peoples' personal spaces "for a laugh" was somehow a good thing and should become commonplace.... I do not know. There's a reason that "It" is such a famous horror villain - clowns are frightening & unnatural. They must be stopped.
So I ask you, dear people of the internet, are there actually any of you who like clowns? Do they make you happy? And if so, how?
Because honestly, there's only one clown in existence that I dig:
The rest of 'em, I'm fairly certain, are trying to kill me.