How Do Clowns Register Their Faces So Nobody Else Can Copy the Design?

To protect against themselves against theft of idea and business, any clown can register their face with the National Clown and Character Registry for about $20, sort of a trademark locale for clowns.

A clown sends photos of his or her made-up face and a replica is painted onto a goose egg for archive purposes.

Registration forms and instructions for clowns who wish to register their faces can be found online.

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