We Did A Pennywise-Inspired Photo Shoot And IT Has Never Looked So Singaporean

Ever wondered what horror movie icons do when they’re not scaring, possessing or tormenting people?

We wondered about that too. So we did a Pennywise-inspired photo shoot.

Meet Penny. She’s Singaporean, 1300 years old (doesn’t she look young for her age?) and a Libra.

Isn’t she lovely? Isn’t she wonderful?

She’s Not Your Average Singaporean

Penny usually takes the MRT to work.

And we’ll take the escalator. Thanks.

Sometimes she takes the bus instead.
“We all rely on SBS here..”
“Guys, I found a Penny on the steps.”
Penny gets to work.

And we’ll go the other way.

Lunchtime with Penny.

Children are in short supply in Singapore due to aging population. So mixed rice it is.

A cool drink and an electric fan is a must for any office lady during lunch. Penny included.
“Taking the lift?”

Nope. Not today.

“Oh hello there. Did you need the toilet?”

We’re good. We have toilets at home.

She’s coming for you.

Penny is going back to sleep now. She’ll be back. She’ll always be back.

Also read This Singaporean’s LEGO Replicas Of Local Icons Will Give You A Serious Case Of Nostalgia

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