For some reason people feel it’s important to send photos of their Hello Kitty Halloween themed crap which pretty much makes Halloween one of the holidays I least look forward to and a Hello Kitty Hellish nightmare. The only bright spot is that there is no Halloween in Japan so I escape the indignity of having to dress up in some Hello Kitty themed costume with my wife (one reason I dread ever moving back to the US). Some of those photos that for some inexplicable reason I didn’t delete against my better judgement:
If there is anything worse that me living in Hello Kitty Hell, it might possibly be a dog living in Hello Kitty Hell. Whether it’s their fanatic owners giving them a Hello Kitty tattoo. Making them wear a Hello Kitty head / Hello Kitty dog blanket and Hello Kitty clothes / Hello Kitty jewelry, they pretty much are guaranteed to be the laughing stock of all the other dogs in the neighborhood (boy, do I know how that feels). Of course, things can still get worse for dogs as well like having to wear a Hello Kitty dog muzzle:
I am always afraid when I get an email that indicates that there is a Hello Kitty tattoo inside. There have just been far too many Hello Kitty tattoo that pretty much confirm that things are not right in the world. That is exactly the feeling that overwhelmed me when I took a look at this:
I get all kinds of strange emails asking me all kinds of things (mostly things that I already specifically tell people not to ask me, but what else would be expected from a Hello Kitty fanatic?) I also get a disproportional amount of emails from people asking me to place photos on my blog to make Hello Kitty fanatics happy. In the strange Hello Kitty fanatic world it seems to be a good thing to be placed on this blog which basically means I will ignore the email in most cases. For example, I would in most cases simply ignore the following request:
Hello I am writing to you about a great woman 27 years old mother of two children, she is fan of Hello Kitty and even has two Hello Kitty tattoos that are unique, so we wanted to make a surprise for her birthday which is October 22. If you could publish the tattoos it will make her so happy even if after you delete the post.
It is part of living in Hello Kitty Hell that Hello Kitty fanatics seem to think that I have a desire to make them happy. Believe me, I don’t and I have no feelings of remorse when I place most of them in the trash. That is exactly what I was going to do when I accidentally hit the link in the email and was faced with this horrendous sight:
Even though it’s completely obvious to any sane person that Hello Kitty and tattoos don’t mix, they keep arriving in my email box. I’m not sure what the fascination is with Star Wars and Hello Kitty tattoo combinations, but seeing as that there have already been a Hello Kitty Darth Vader tattoo and a Hello Kitty storm trooper tattoo, it really shouldn’t be a surprise that someone would feel the need to get a Hello Kitty Boba Fett tattoo:
If you ever see me with a smile like this on my face with that much Hello kitty crap around, you have my permission to take out any of the many Hello Kitty guns available and put me out of my misery. Seriously. (if I was ever caught in a Hello Kitty hood or Hello Kitty T-shirt like that, I would have already done it myself):
Sent in by too many different people (via hello mimi) all who should be forced to live like him for even thinking that sending a photo like this could ever be a positive thing.
There seems to be this oblivious part of every Hello Kitty fanatic where they believe that it’s perfectly acceptable to insult their pets and make them the laughing stock of the neighborhood. While the things that they do you cats (example one :: example two :: example three) is downright torturous, there is no doubt that the true humiliation is reserved for the dogs (example one :: example two :: example three :: example four :: example five). So it should be no surprise that the evil feline would continue to make a dog’s life as Hello Kitty Hellish as my own:
It is well known that Hello Kitty feels the need to be a part of any and every group out there even when she is not welcome. It appears that sometimes she doesn’t realize that there are probably groups that she really doesn’t want to associate with as evidence of the Hello Kitty Klu Klux Klan: