Thursday, March 6, 2008

What would you do?

What would you do if you saw this approaching in your rear view mirror?




My friend who drives this car says he gets double takes all the time.


He gets "What is that?"


He finds people looking it over with a puzzled expression on their face.

He sees people reach over and fasten their seat belts when they see him coming.


Semis slow down to 65 mph when they see it.


People don't know what to think


when approached by


my friend the clown.

13 comments:

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

I am visiting Relatives in Auburn, great weather this week, have lots of pics for my blog.
I walked over the new bridge at Tacoma Narrows yesterday, pic on my blog.
Back home tommorow. after a 300 dollar brake job

Katney said...

I saw the awesome picture of the bridge. Bet you got some of Mt. Rainier, too. I could see it large and clear all the way to work and home yesterday. Tough about the brakes happening right then.

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

I forgot to ask about the red nose on the car, I would suspect only a Shriner would drive around with a nose on his car, I am in shrine myself.

Paulie said...

I bet I wouldn't even notice it.

Katney said...

He's not a Shriner--just a clown.

June said...

It reminds me of a Staples commercial :-)

leslie said...

This is HILARIOUS!

david mcmahon said...

You've found the clown prince!

Smalltown RN said...

that is great.....you know what a clowns nose was the first thing that came to mind....I am glad it gets a response....

Max-e said...

Who nose what I would do :)

Dragonstar said...

Red-Nose Day is a big thing in Britain. It's a day when everyone tries to be a comedian or a clown, and does crazy things to raise money for children in need. You see a lot of cars etc with red noses then.

Inland Empire Girl said...

What a great photo. If I see one now I will know it might be a clown. lol.

CrazyCath said...

Wouldn't bat an eye in the UK - November ish is "Red Nose Day" where there is a major TV money making comedy charity going on. Often people forget to take the "noses" off their cars after the event, and when I saw your picture, that was my immediate thought "Red Nose Day".

How conditioned am I?