"My Wife is afraid of Clowns!"
A man said in my ear so she couldn't hear this.
Then a few minutes later one of my evil clowns roaming the upstairs saw her, she saw him and she really wanted to leave this part of the house right now!
She was so moved to escape the clown she volunteered for the Bad Dream Bed, and was quickly moved quite a distance away from the evil clown, as she sought her husband in this new dark room, she hugged him and complained that the clown had scared her... the lights were turned up and she was hugging the evil clown's twin brother!!!
Two evil clowns working that night and they actually are Brothers.
Can it get more perfect than this? (Thanks to the Husband's helpfull information.)
I guess that I actually play a "Clown" here.
With no make up, scary for a great many people to witness.
Half the time I'm acting like any clown, half the time I'm not, which also can be real scary to many people since I am not a public office holder.
My one new October routine had me doing nothing but making goofy faces and making gutteral noises for quite a time as many laughed at me doing this.. then I impressed and /scared them, made them wonder? "What just happened? Where did he go? did I really just see that?"
Then I make them laugh again!
The things a small flashlight in a dark room can do!
Then who gets the call? "Jesus!"
One scare here really gets people calling the Lord's name.
I then say:"Not even close!"
Sometimes I would also hear them say, "God help me!"
(To which smart-azz Jim says):"Sorry he won't be here to help you, I just saw him taking his break up in Charlie's Tavern, he's in the middle of his beer right now!"
When my patrons say :"God!"
I respond with a quiet but loud enough to be heard by the one who said this:" Yes!?"
One of the main things taught in Barber College many years ago was don't talk about religion to your customers!