You Can Hire Terrifying Clowns To Deliver Donuts To Your Friends

A donut shop will send a scary clown to your friend’s house.

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If you feel like ruining a friendship there’s a place that will send a clown that looks like it crawled out of hell to deliver donuts to your friend’s front door. All 19 locations of Hurts Donuts will send a scary clown to whomever you instruct them to with a box full of donuts and a face that will haunt their nightmares forever. (We do not recommend doing this if your friend is a Coulrophobic gun owner.)

Hurts posted about their special on Facebook. All through the month of October, you can enlist the donut shop to show up wherever and give someone a panic attack (and then donuts).

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Unfortunately you can only terrorize your friends if you live in a city with a Hurts Donut location. Otherwise you’ll just have to stop their heart with donuts the old-fashioned way: by having your friend eat them.

  • Springfield, MO
  • Wichita, KS
  • Norman, OK
  • Coralville, IA
  • Lincoln, NE
  • Middleton, WI
  • West Des Moines, IA
  • Joplin, MO
  • Tempe, AZ
  • Tulsa, OK
  • Fayetteville, AR
  • Katy, TX
  • Branson, MO
  • Frisco, TX
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Colorado City, CO
  • Kansas City, MO

If I had kids I’d order this to my own house just to scare the hell out of them, though turning donuts into a PTSD trigger might prove to be an issue in the future. More restaurants should do this though. Maybe a Pizza Hut driver shows up with a knife in their chest, or the Chinese food delivery guy is a zombie. Every Uber Eats driver should dress like their area’s most wanted violent criminal. A Papa John’s driver can just be a Papa John’s driver, but then they tell you, “Oh no I forgot the garlic dipping sauce.” (The most terrifying possibility of all.) There’s so much possibility here.

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