You’ll float too… If you don’t listen to your IT

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Here’s yet another hint Pennywise was trying to signal – IT has a scary face that we should all dread! If you don’t know who Pennywise is, then you are missing out watching the horrifying clown from the horror movie series It – not IT (Eye-Tee). No wonder it has become the highest-grossing horror film of all time, especially as Pennywise is giving us more scary life aspects to reflect the movie on (like this one)!

What’s Pennywise trying to say?

Pennywise is a creepy clown that lives in the sewers, waiting for it’s prey to come close enough and BAM – a fresh meal is ready to eat! In the movie, Pennywise says “They all float down here. You’ll float, too”, referring to the floating bodies of the many victims that have been dragged to the sewers and… well,  you know the rest. And as always, people get really creative around Halloween, this poster is 2021’s IT celebration of the year in my opinion. I’ve seen many stick that poster on their IT department’s door, and a lot of social media fun around it. Yeah, it looks fun (a clown normally does), but you might want to read behind the lines – maybe your IT folks are trying to tell you a very serious message about haunting you at night if things don’t work the way they like!

Is that a joke?

Unless you’re actually hiring a deadly clown from outer space


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