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By Allycat - / Wednesday 9 October 2013 01:19 / United States - Ronkonkoma
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By  Harpy20  |  36

I find it odd that the mother didn't verify what you would come as if she knew her kid hated clowns. Usually the costume of the entertainer is discussed beforehand.

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  aintlifeapain  |  29

It reminded me of Despicable Me.. Where the main character gets dressed as a princess for his adopted daughter's birthday. I find it sweet when people sacrifice their comfort to make someone else happy.

By  Harpy20  |  36

I find it odd that the mother didn't verify what you would come as if she knew her kid hated clowns. Usually the costume of the entertainer is discussed beforehand.

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  sjbartholome  |  36

@45 That's not what 24 is getting at. 24 is saying the child's mother (maybe) have told OP not to use clown because another kid at the party may be afraid of clowns. The child's mother is the one paying for OP to dress up so there's no reason for anyone else to talk to OP. If this was the case, the likely scenario would be like the other kid's parent told the birthday kid's mother that their kid didn't like clowns. Then the birthday kid's mother told OP. I never claimed that is this likely what happened, simply just trying to explain what 24 is getting at.

By  fightingkittens  |  48

Why wouldn't the mother have mentioned this to your employer? If your kid is scared of clowns, don't you think you'd tell the company you hired to provide entertainment? Dumbass move on her part. However, I think I'd rather see a dude in a tight pink dress than a clown any day.

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