These creepy clown stories have spread across the country, with all of us now wondering if it's actually real and, more importantly...what would we do if we actually encountered a creepy killer clown?

You're probably one of these 5 people:

  • 1

    The Runner

    On spotting the clown, your first words would be “Oh HELL no” while heading in the opposite direction. You’re not a runner by hobby, but one of these creepy clowns comes into view and you’re suddenly sprinting like Usain Bolt out of the gate! Remember: you don’t have to be faster than the clown…just faster than whoever is with you!

  • 2

    The Brawler

    You’d say “You wanna be a clown? I’ll make you look like a clown. REAL quick.” You’ve had enough of these punks and you’re ready to put them in their place. You’re considering forming an anti-clown security unit. Also…you probably were once a Marine (or are connected/"know a guy.")

  • 3

    The Mama Bear

    You’d definitely be yelling “What is wrong with you?!” or “Don’t you have anything better to do?!” while simultaneously calling the cops. You are afraid these creepy clowns will come after your kids and you will (understandably) NOT have that, and you don't know why people aren't taking this more seriously. You also know this clown thing isn’t a hoax because your friend’s sister’s cousin’s wife also posted on Facebook that she saw one of these clowns with a gun and/or machete and if it’s on Facebook it MUST be true, so…

  • 4

    The Non-Believer

    Your only response is non-verbal: an eye roll. To you, this is so clearly a hoax, likely by bored teenagers (or a quasi-brilliant movie marketing exec) and you think everyone just needs to relax and stop talking about it so the pranksters get bored and move on. You’re also the person who debunks psychics and magicians. Your friends probably call you a buzzkill when you’re not around.

  • 5

    The Clown

    You're the idiot behind this nonsense, and to you this is just the funniest thing ever. You're also known to spend hours trolling people online for no reason. You enjoy being the antagonist because you're otherwise just bored. Your friends tell people "s/he's kind of an *expletive* sometimes..." before they introduce you to them.