Oh, Lalo, it's all good, man. You didn't scare me and don't worry about the picture. I should have stuck a smiley face in there somewhere, I guess. I'm not going to lose any sleep over them. They just don't look, well, "right" to me, some things are just wrong. Don't feel bad at all. What is the cartoon? It is not one I'm familiar with.WYite, I'm sorry about the image,
It comes from a very famous cartoon, I only saw a similar joke on fb and it seemed to me that it was my situation, I'm sorry I scared you because I also think that clowns are scary lol; I would delete the photo if I could but I don't know how to do it.
Wow, that must have been a terrifying experience for your youngest daughter, poor Paige, a story that they will not forget, and that surely today they can tell with laughter and not between tears and screams of horror in her ear hehe.Oh, Lalo, it's all good, man. You didn't scare me and don't worry about the picture. I should have stuck a smiley face in there somewhere, I guess. I'm not going to lose any sleep over them. They just don't look, well, "right" to me, some things are just wrong. Don't feel bad at all. What is the cartoon? It is not one I'm familiar with.
I have a funny story about clowns. When my youngest daughter was 5, we took the kids to an event hosted here every year at Halloween, called the "Goblin Walk". There are two routes, one is a longer 1 mile route that is supposed to be scarier and caters to kids in their mid teens through adults. The shorter 1/2 mile route was supposed to be less scary and more fun for younger kids. Our kids were 11, 8 and 5, so we went the shorter route. Well, the first thing we had to do was go through a maze with strobe lights, that was filled with clowns who would step out and give the kids a little scare. Paige was five and was with me. We went first and every time I saw a clown I'd kind of wave them off, and the person would nod and step back and Paige would giggle that we'd tricked the clowns. Everything went perfect until we walked out of the maze into the opening at the end. There were three clowns, but I only saw one right off. In spite of mine and the clown I did see efforts to wave the other two off, it was too late. The other two jumped out and scared her, and that was all she wrote. Paige was terrified. She wasn't screaming, she was shrieking. The rules were that you couldn't go backwards. The whole thing is in a park, but I couldn't step out of the pathway because it was dark and I didn't want to spend an hour or more wandering through bushes and trees until I came to a path while carrying a screaming little girl. I looked at my wife and she waved me off. So I went ahead and carrying Paige the full 1/2 mile with her eyes buried in my shoulder and while she was shrieking as loud as she could in my ear. I walked as fast as I could around every skit and all I had to do was nod and everybody dressed like a zombie or witch or whatever backed off. We finally got to the end and I sat down. I literally had to peel her off me, because she was clinging so hard my right arm was asleep and I couldn't hear anything but ringing in my right ear. I never got totally free but I got free enough that my arm had blood circulating again, lol. After finishing all the kids were supposed to get a bag of candy, and they had people in costumes handing them out. I had Paige somewhat calmed down, but if one of the people handing out candy even looked at Paige, she started screaming. My wife got a bag for her. My wife had to drive home, because Paige wouldn't let go of me so I could drive. That was the one time we didn't put one of our kids in a car safety seat, because we could not get her to let go of me enough to get her into it. She sat on my lap all the way home.
Is that a nassarius snail? I have two in my FOWLR tank, and every couple of weeks one used to climb to the one of the upper corners and lay strips of eggs just below the water line. There were probably several hundred each time. Have you seen this happen? Mine haven't done it in a year or so now, though.