My New Jungian Bumper Sticker

Look what I found today!


This is absolutely perfect for me due to my seemingly stupid fear of clowns and I know my kids will truly appreciate it. Just the other day my daughter asked if we could go to McDonalds (yuck) and my son made the comment that we probably could not go because mom might have a heart attack if she sees Ronald. I am withholding allowance until further notice.

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7 responses to “My New Jungian Bumper Sticker

  1. I love it. I love it. I love it.
    I hate clowns.

  2. Where did you find that? I have a friend that would love it! She has always hated clowns. Remember that movie, “It”

  3. Oops, meant to say friend WHO would love it

  4. Mia

    Somehow I knew you would like it Kippa!

    Daughter, I got it at a gas station.There is no copyright or company name printed on it so just copy the picture and print it on sticker paper for your friend.

    I didn’t tell you to do that….Once only permission FOR YOU to copy off of my blog ;o)All clown haters must unite!!! lol

    As for IT, I watched it until the clown appeared. I had nightmares for a month.

  5. Your son is too funny. I don’t like clowns either. Ronald doesn’t bother me ๐Ÿ™‚ But my grandfather painted a clown for me as a little child and It used to scare me. I read an interview with Stephen Spielberg about the Poltergeist movie. He said the toy the boy kept watching in his room built suspense because most people are afraid of clowns.

  6. Your son is too funny. I don’t like clowns either. Ronald doesn’t bother me ๐Ÿ™‚ But my grandfather painted a clown for me as a little child and It used to scare me. I read an interview with Stephen Spielberg about the Poltergeist movie. He said the toy the boy kept watching in his room built suspense because most people are afraid of clowns.

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