P is for Pink Clowns.
They took the Exceptionally Tall Man and transformed him into a long, lean clown in pink. But next to him stood a many-faced clown, who at seven feet tall, temporarily usurped the “exceptionally tall” title.
What do eerie carnival music, scary clowns and haunted circuses tap into? If it’s a sense of sickly-sweet creepiness and vaguely romantic sinister play, I can see how the artists came up with this vision of pink carnies.
“Would you still love me if…
…I had a picture frame growing out of my shoulders?”
The young girl holding the creepy doll was on her ballet toes for most of the day.
One wonders if the placid smile was still present in the third hour of the make-up process.
Watch them all go through the process of transformation in this 35-second video.
~ Part of the A to Z Challenge ~
A post a day except Sunday for the month of April to cover topics beginning with each letter of the alphabet. Events always real, names always changed.
Cathartic Monkeyism returns in May.
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