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Circus Saboteur by Davesrightmind Circus Saboteur by Davesrightmind
Have you noticed the lack of circuses these days? Back in the day, the circus used to be the place where kids and adults alike could marvel at the sights and sounds of the big top and all its wonders.
Then along came this second cousin to the common gremlin, simply known as the circus saboteur. Its evil grin only hints at the motive for this crafty creature to wreak all sorts of mischief and eventually undermine the circus circuit as we know it. Known for its use of tools and and various other accessories often discarded by humans, this homely little beast makes it way from circus to circus, creating havoc and unleashing its mischievous behavior. It is not known exactly why the Saboteur has it in for the big show, but it has been rumored that it once belonged to the freak show exhibit, often tormented and teased by its captors for its unruly red hairdo. The Saboteur is said to have escaped, leaving the circus where it once thrived as an attraction, a burning heap of ashes.
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Bari1 2 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Loving both the picture and the backstory!
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:iconkiyamm:
With THAT smile I think people will be cracking up while he's.. busy!

Thank you so much for adding your work to Digital Delicacies! :rose:
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:icondavesrightmind:
Thank you for having me.
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:iconfelinas:
Hehehe, so he destroys circuses, huh? -taps his shoulder- Need an accomplice? -whips out chainsaw- DIE CLOWNS DIE!!!
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:icondavesrightmind:
Somebody's gotta take them down. [link]
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:iconfractalxavier91:
WELL I FOR ONE LOVE ITS HAIR.
>_>
<_<
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:icondavesrightmind:
Hah! Might you be a red head my friend?
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:iconfractalxavier91:
I wish! My beard's slightly red though. Funny how that works.
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:iconevilsmiley2:
that does explain the lack of cicuses.

Very cool image.
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