Much research has been done to find an answer to this question … Children are more afraid of clowns than they like
In 2003, research from the University of Sheffield (UK) showed that very few children like clowns. At that time, the team surveyed 250 children aged 4-16 years old, all saying they hate pictures of clowns decorated in pediatric hospitals, most of them being scared when they see this character at night. .
According to Popular Science, since ancient Egypt, the clown character specializing in entertaining the nobility has been present. In the 16th century, the word “clown” first appeared in the English lexicon when Shakespeare used to describe a foolish and dull character in his play.
Around the middle of the 19th century, clowns began to appear in circuses with colorful faces, characteristic girls, and oversized clothes. Until now that image has only changed slightly.
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