I’m not sure what the appeal is to Hello Kitty scarification (one – two and three — then again, I have no idea what the appeal of Hello Kitty is…) other than Hello Kitty fanatics wanting to manufacture real pain in addition to the mental anguish that the evil feline brings to their lives. There isn’t any other explanation for things like this Hello Kitty bat scarification:
Sometimes I get up, open my email and realize that it would just be better to crawl back into the Hello Kitty futon and sleep for the entire week. This is the problem with Hello Kitty fanatics. They do things like get a tattoo of Hello Kitty on their ass and then send me a photo of it completely ruining my eating for the rest of the week since I can’t keep any food down. But that is not enough. They just can’t seem to leave something so horribly wrong alone. Instead, they feel the need to double the horror by taking what is already a sign that all is not right in the world and moving it to an entirely new level. Even worse, they feel compelled to send me a photo of it:
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:
First there was the Hello Kitty zombie tattoo (and Hello Kitty zombie tattoo 2). Then came the Hello Kitty pirate tattoo. So was there really any doubt that eventually there would be a Hello Kitty pirate zombie tattoo (or should it be called a Hello Kitty zombie pirate tattoo)?
Either way, can somebody seriously please make it stop!
Sent in by aisling who has already punished herself far more than I could ever wish upon her for sending this photo to me by permanently placing these on her flesh…
It probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise that I don’t get the popularity of the whole Hello Kitty tattoo thing. You would think that once someone sobered up after getting a Hello Kitty tattoo, they would pretty much have it out of their system (as the beat themselves over the head for being so stupid), but I guess I just don’t get Hello Kitty fanatics (wow, big surprise there). It appears that a Hello Kitty forehead tattoo wasn’t enough for this guy (then again, a Hello Kitty tattoo inked squarely in the middle of your forehead pretty much already signifies that you take the evil feline a bit too seriously), so why not add a Hello Kitty brand scar as well:
Once again Hello Kitty shows that there are no boundaries when it comes to combinations of herself and other things no matter how wrong the combination may seem to the rest of us. This can be seen vividly in things like the Hello Kitty Jesus tattoo, the Hello Kitty Darth Vader tattoo and this Hello Kitty ninja tattoo:
While it has long been established that all things Hello Kitty are bad, what sets the Hello Kitty fanatics apart is their desire to go beyond the typical and create Hello Kitty in ways that are just plain wrong: Hello Kitty tattoos and Hello Kitty guns being prime examples. One would think it would be safe to assume that things could not get any worse than these, but then they would not know the universal rule in Hello Kitty Hell — that things can always get worse. Thus the Hello Kitty fanatic thinks it’s a good idea to get a Hello Kitty assault rifle tattoo:
In a continuing sign that all is not right in the world, people still believe for some unfathomable reason that it’s a good idea to combine Hello Kitty and other anime characters into tattoos — which only produces Hello Kitty Hellish results. There isn’t much more you can say about something like the Hello Kitty Shotaro Kaneda tattoo: