Open Post: Hosted By The Creepy Smiling People At Baseball Games Over The Weekend

September 26, 2022 / Posted by:

Baseball. I never miss a match or a score. Good, clean fun! But, this weekend, die-hard baseballers like myself were freaked out when they noticed several creepy smiling people in the crowd at major league games, including the Dodgers vs. Cardinals, Mets vs. A’s, and Yankees vs. Sox. These grinning weirdos, who remained eerily still, sat behind the place where the batters bat so they could not be missed by cameras. Two were wearing bright yellow T-shirts that read: SMILE. So, what does it all mean? Did these poor unfortunate souls use hygiene products laced with the Joker’s Smylex? Or were they straight-up demons? Turns out, it was a marketing stunt to promote the new horror film Smile. They were hired actors. “Hey mom! Guess what? I finally booked something! … What is it? Um, wellll, it’s kinda weird actually…”

Here’s footage and pics of the actors. The creepy lady stood up for a bit, but security told her to sit her ass down, and she respectfully complied:

One baseball fan, Jayne Perrisini, was sitting near the woman, and got some behind-the-smile footage:

And now I must embed the Smile trailer for context, even though it means playing right into the marketing team’s hands:

Smile, which stars Sosie Bacon (Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon’s daughter) actually looks creepy as hell. I can’t wait to skip it, and instead creep myself out by reading the Wikipedia plot summary when it’s available.

Pic: Twitter

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