Monday, April 19, 2010

Birthday Gift Idea Of The Day: Evil Clown

Oh yeah, your kids will love this. From Metro (UK).




Evil Clown Dominic Deville hired for stalking, threats and a pie in the face

Dominic Deville stalks young victims for a week, sending chilling texts, making prank phone calls and setting traps in letterboxes.

He posts notes warning children they are being watched, telling them they will be attacked.

But Deville is not an escaped lunatic or some demonic monster. He is a birthday treat, hired by mum and dad, and the ‘attack’ involves being splatted in the face with a cake.


‘The child feels more and more that it is being pursued,’ said Deville. ‘The clown’s one and only aim is to smash a cake into the face of his victim, when they least expect it, during the course of seven days.’

If the boy or girl manages to avoid the ‘hit’, they are given the cake as a birthday present. Well, that’s alright then.

The frightening fun can be stopped at any time, which is handy for parents who have second thoughts and don’t fancy the cost of child therapy.

Deville said: ‘The clown will never break into a residence or show up at work. It’s all in fun and if, at any point, the kids get scared or their parents are concerned, we stop right there. But most kids absolutely love being scared senseless.’

Deville set up his Evil Clown service in Lucerne, Switzerland, after being inspired by some of his favourite horror films – possibly including Stephen King’s It and Killer Klowns From Outer Space.

The idea is unlikely to be popular with sufferers of coulrophobia – the irrational (?) fear of clowns. But Stephen Vaughan of Clowns International says scary clowns could be as funny as their red-nosed counterparts.

‘I think what Dominic is doing is a great idea,’ he added. ‘Bringing a little bit of life and laughter into kids’ lives is what we are all about.’


Classic Movie Clip Of The Day: Go Time

Capt. Limpwrist.


Awesome Nature Vid Of The Day: Octopus Thief

Seen this yet? It's very cool. If you'd rather watch it in HD (and you should), click here to be taken to YouTube, where you can choose your resolution.

Don't watch this is you're afraid of things in the water. Also, the music sucks and the guy doesn't know the difference between its and it's, which wouldn't be a huge deal if he didn't keep doing it over and over and over and over again, which becomes annoying. I know what a bunch of anal writers we all are.



26 Celebrity Albums I Won't Be Buying (Of The Day)

Who told these motherfuckers to sing?


I don't need to ask. The picture says it all.


It looks like he's reading the lyrics off a crib sheet, but everybody knows Tony can't read


Crystal Cave = Seagal's cornhole


Requested never to be sung again


You know how sometimes you can just look at the cover of a record and know it's gonna be good? This isn't one of those times.


A.k.a. Joe Pesci. Don't laugh -- he'll shoot you.


Jed Clampett sings. Hoooooooo doggy, he sucks


That's one stop too many


I have this one. It's awesome.


They had to put "produced by Jack White" on the cover because they knew no one would buy it otherwise


Only us old folks will get this one. Chad was on "Medical Center" in the '70s. He rocked the hair flap like nobody else.


Do "Uhura" the sound of dying animals? No, it's just this record.


This one I want.


Telly: I can sing, smoke and accidentally shoot myself at the same time.


LaWanda Page was Aunt Esther on "Sanford & Son." They spared no expense on cover design.


Corky sings. Ears bleed. People die.


You haven't lived until you've heard Leonard Nimoy "sing."


Young And In Love... with myself. (Ralph was the little brother on "Good Times.")


Reeg! "When You're Smiling," Regis will sing and make that smile go away.


Cabot: Mr. French on "Family Affair."
Dylan: High as a kite when he agreed to this.


Commandment 1: Shut up, fool!
Commandment 2: Repeat Commandment 1.


You can almost smell the hilarity coming off the record jacket. Or is that mothballs?


Theo, completely lost in his own sense of awesomeness.


Where's a high-speed police chase when you need one?


Current douche nozzle


Don: "I'm looking for a hearrrrrrtbeat.."
Me: "I'm looking for a haaaaatchet..."


That smirk says, "Yeah, I can't sing, so what? I'm a movie star. Fuck you."


Helpful Chart Of The Day

Well allrighty then. Now you know.

Great use of desciptive language here. "Sausage-shaped." "Like nuts." "Blobs." "Fluffy." "Mushy." Click pic for readable view.


Classic News Promo Of The Day (video)

God I miss the 80s.


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