Free Essays on If I Were A Clown

  1. The Horror Clown

    Outline I Introduction a The history of clowns b Examples of modern horror clowns c Thesis statement II Comparing early clowns to horror clowns a Skills and character traits of early clowns that can be seen in today’s horror clowns b Negative incidents of clowns in history i The “parasite” ...

  2. Coulrophobia

    1 Clown Phobia (Coulrophobia) Mary Jane Oakley SOCL215-1202B-22/Colorado Technical University Instructor: Joelouie Genus May 23, 2012 Phase 1 DB 2 After conducting the interviewing process in Clown Phobia, I found it to be very interesting in the answers that I have received. The person that...

  3. My Biggest Fear

    fears as well such as Hadephobia (fear of hell) or Heliophobia (fear of the sun). My biggest fear is actually very common called Coulrophobia (fear of clowns). For many people such as myself, the cause of coulrophobia develops during our childhood, affecting us in many different ways, and it stays with us...

  4. Coulrophobia: How to successfully identify and overcome phobias.

    I decided to use a phobia that I suffer from. I suffer from coulrophobia, a persistent, abnormal, and irrational fear of clowns that compels avoidance, despite the understanding by the phobic individual and reassurance by others that there is no danger. And my fear extends to circus music, clown outfits...

  5. Urban Legend

    February 17, 2015 Clown Statue Urban legends have been around for thousands of years. They have been passed down from one generation to the next. First, women told the urban legends but, now anyone can tell an urban legend. When a urban legend were first told they were used to scare young children...

  6. Unusual Museums

    about the history of the medical treatment of teeth. Visitors can see some frightening devices that once were used to remove infected teeth. They also can see sets of teeth made of animal bone. They were made for a famous American -- the first President, George Washington. Most people do not consider a...

  7. Coulrophobia

    elevators or flying. The phobia that I will discuss is the fear of clowns. This phobia is called Coulrophobia. (Mayo Clinic Staff, 2011) The first two people that I interview was the under 40, person A, and B. Person A said that she associate clowns with kids and circus. She said that she...

  8. My 5th Birthday

    the kids were happy,and the music was wow! It was time to choose the singer for the birthday song her, Aunt Sally, she sang and every one else joined in. Ten minutes later, I ask my mom, “ Where’s the entertainment where’s the clown I want it. I want it now”! My mom replied,” The clown is missing...

  9. Cause and Effect Essay

    not attribute effects akin to those I experienced as a result of seeing a film with a clown. However, this was no ordinary clown in any sense of the word. This particular film was none other than “Stephen King’s IT.” IT had the most menacing appearance of any clown I had ever seen. Balding hair, bad teeth...

  10. Life Is a Three Ring Circus

    ago, I got my first job as a drumbeater for a German-Italian circus. I had cubbed for two or three obscure provincial newspapers, had finally become a real McCoy of a reporter for a more stable paper in the big city, and I was swoony with a glamour of the journalistic life. I bought a hat just so I could...

  11. Clown Phobias

    Clown Phobias Tamarra Nelson CTU Sociology 120 Demetris Chaney February 19, 2014 Clown Phobias I interviewed several people over and under 40 year olds and most of them have the same input on clowns but there was a few that had a very bad experiences and do not like clowns at all. ...

  12. Dark Knight Review

    Last night I went to the midnight showing of “The Dark Knight” and to be honest with you, I expected a little more. Let’s be honest folks with the unfortunate death of Heath Ledger there how’s been a lot hype about ‘The Dark knight.” This movie is a good movie, but to say it’s the best movie of 2008...

  13. Humour in Tragedy

    is first introduced in an exchange with Claudius in Act 1, Scene 2. King: How is that the clouds still hang on you? Hamlet: Not so, my lord; I am too much I’ the sun. Hamlet makes a pun on the words “sun” and “son”, yet Claudius does not seem to catch on ; “Good Hamlet, cast thy nighted colour off...

  14. Theatre of the 21st century

    with reference to its original performance conditions. The play we saw was twelfth night and there were many modern aspects to the play that moved the play into the 21st century. However there were also elements of the play that remained in original performance conditions. Although it is important...

  15. Cruel and Unusual Punishment or Justice

    Wisconsin. The United States used to set executions out in the public as a warning for other offenders. But people protested that the executions were to cruel and bloody, so in order to make the executions more humane legislators passed for lethal injection to be used. Methods of execution have varied...

  16. phobia of clowns

    As a child I was always terrified of clowns. Something about them always brought me to tears at family parties and even in scary movies. I have always found them unsettling and not at all cute or cuddly. They freak me out. I mean, what is endearing about someone that wears a painted smile? I am absolutely...

  17. Coulrophobia

    1 While conducting my interviews on Coulrophobia, I discovered it to be extremely fascinating in the answers that I have accepted. The individual that I talked with that was under the age of 40 had provided for them me the accompanying...

  18. Hamlet

    First Clown 1 Is she to be buried in Christian burial that 2 willfully seeks her own salvation? Second Clown 3 I tell thee she is: and therefore make her grave 4 straight: the crowner hath sat on her, and finds it 5 Christian burial. Third Clown 6 How can that be, unless she drowned herself...

  19. English essay

    handed me my presents, I was very tempted to take a peek of what it could possibly contain. My eyes were transfixed upon the flamboyant presents that towered over my head. Seeing me marvel at the sight of my gifts, my mother said, laughing, "You can open your presents you know!". I quickly inched my way...

  20. Explaining Mysteries in a Story

    Intrigue with the death of a clown, living with a baboon. People hiding behind truth and suspicion. Ancient cults lurking in the shadows as some hide in plain sight. There are many odd scenarios to the story “The God of Dark Laughter”. When reading the story one has to think like a detective and...

  21. COULROPHOBIA

    1 While conducting my interviews on Coulrophobia, I discovered it to be extremely fascinating in the answers that I have accepted. The individual that I talked with that was under the age of 40 had provided for them me the accompanying...

  22. Phobias

    Take for instance; I have a fear of clowns. Ever since a very young age I have been terrified of clowns. My mother is an avid collector of clowns and so I have been around them my entire life. What really pushed me over the edge was the Stephen King movie ‘IT’. After viewing the movie I also have an unsettling...

  23. Project

    Twelfth Night ACT I SCENE I  | DUKE ORSINO's palace. |   | [ Enter DUKE ORSINO, CURIO, and other Lords; Musicians attending ] | DUKE ORSINO | If music be the food of love, play on; | | | Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting, | | | The appetite may sicken, and so die. | | | That strain...

  24. Swirl of Colors

    the young tree, waiting to mature and be cultivated. She too will eventually get to show brighter colors. "They are the only ones who understand me. I am the only one who understands them. Four skinny trees with skinny necks and pointy elbows like mine. Four who do not belong here but are here" (Cisneros...

  25. Visual Comparison of Cindy Sherman’s ‘Untitled 424’ and Marlene Dumas’ ‘Supermodel’

    is unimportant, they are anonymous. However despite their performance are they really as psychotically happy as them seem? Bruce Charlie Johnson a clown expert said ‘they can contain exaggerated traits in their personalities, one he wishes he had and ones he has observed in others’ Cindy Sherman has...

  26. COULROPHOBIA

    1 While conducting my interviews on Coulrophobia, I discovered it to be extremely fascinating in the answers that I have accepted. The individual that I talked with that was under the age of 40 had provided for them me the accompanying...

  27. phobia of clowns

    As a child I was always terrified of clowns. Something about them always brought me to tears at family parties and even in scary movies. I have always found them unsettling and not at all cute or cuddly. They freak me out. I mean, what is endearing about someone that wears a painted smile? I am absolutely...

  28. A Look at the Dark Side

    Ever since I can remember I have had a fascination with aliens, werewolves, vampires, ghosts and of course zombies. I remember watching R. L. Stine’s ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’ every weekday after coming home from school. My fascination has not changed in the least bit. As I mentioned in my introduction...

  29. Downfall

    with two soldiers on guard at a palace platform. These two, Barnardo and Francisco, were stiff and untrusting, which already shows us that the plot had already spun even before the play had started. In end of Act I, scene i, we learn of the death of the previous King, which we can allude to the tense atmosphere...

  30. It the Clown

    Three reasons why the clown called it is my favorite movie. The first reason why the clown called it is my favorite movie is because it is a horror movie. Second reason why is because it has a clown in it (even though I hate clowns). And finally is because it is gruesome. Three reasons why this...