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Sunday, April 03, 2005

 

Partially nude clown attack?

A colleague sent along this anecdote about a gang of bozos that were terrorizing/regaling people in random Chinatown clubs on Friday night. I can't vouch for this and it could be a belated April Fool's Day joke but I'm passing it along anyway. Why? Three reasons:

1. Nude clowns are funny, right?
2. I can't think of anything else to post tonight.
3. True or not, this is probably the only email I will ever receive concerning nude clowns. As such, I feel the need to share it with the world.

Take the following with no less than two grains of salt.

"Last night, I was at Lush, fairly drunk. At about 11:30 (or 12?-- I don't really know what time), about 15 college age kids dressed as clowns walk in. Immediately the girl on stage runs over to them and undoes the overalls of a girl clown, who then flashed us. Then I asked one of the clowns if they'd just come from a big April Fool's bash, and she said, 'April Fool's? No, no, today is Clown New Year's.' She also said that they dress up as clowns for 'major holidays.' Every time a stripper did something pretty good, they honked their clown horns.

The clowns popped in randomly, I suspect from a party I saw advertised as some descendent of Merry Prankster thing. I saw a few of them pretending to roast a rubber pig over a fire at Dante's later."


This much I know for certain: There were no nude clowns in The Alibi on Friday night.

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