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Friday, October 12, 2012

Yahoo!: Man inherits massive clown collection

This could either be a blessing or a curse, a generous gesture or a spiteful action, a cheerful addition or a frustrating annoyance. Maybe it is a little bit of everything and the only one being able to shed some light on this subject matter is the heir.

Personally, I would not be too happy with 13,000 clowns taking over our house. Where on earth would you display all these figurines? It takes dedicating an entire room to showcase them all and not everyone has that much space to spare. Maybe he inherited a house to go with them?

There is another solution; he could hire a camper and take the show on the road or turn a storage building into a museum. People love oddities and a large collection of clowns most certainly is a rarity. Instead of just sitting around, the clowns could make him some money.

One thing can be taken for granted; his house will be like a three-ring circus on the day they send in the clowns. It would be wise not to bother him and stay out of his way, because I have a slight suspicion that he would not be up for any clowning around!



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