Verb: an act of placing yourself into a conversation/situation that you weren't invited to by standing very closely to people, or the group of people.

Noun: He is standing there clownshoeing that guy.
You are talking to a guy or girl and the clownshoer comes over and stands between you, as if they are wearing clownshoes.

Tony: Dude, I was standing next to the hot chick at the bar, chatting it up, when Mike started clownshoeing me and started talking to me.

Scott: Dude, what a clownshoer.
von TMoney34 15. August 2010
What one says when they wish to have an anonymous bowel movement in a public office bathroom. The act of wearing clown shoes would reduce any coworkers attempt to identify the person producing the #2 by observing their footwear.

Common Variants " Wearing Clown Shoes ", " Donning my Clownies", " WCS "

Verb: "Clowning It" - the act of changing ones shoes to avoid bathroom stall detection.
Informal: "Dude, lunch with our client was great but I was seriously clown shoeing when I got back to the office "

Formal: " I would like to continue with this TPS report conversation, however I have to take a moment and wear my clown shoes."
von oldmeatwad 17. Januar 2013

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