And now, some useless trivia: before the movie came out, "The Mask" was a comic book series from Dark Horse. While the movie mask gave its wearer the power of cartoon-style reality warping, the comic version turned the wearer into an ultra-violent, cruel, psychotic antihero. And yes, they had the green head and whatnot. One comic crossover saw Joker get his hands on the mask. Because he wasn't dangerous enough already.
lmao, yeah, alot of people would be creeped out. Like on Family Guy, when Stewie was on Santa's lap and was like "stewie griffin will be a /good boy/." and had a creepy picture taken of him smiling, with his head twisted sideways.