Hello Kitty Armband of Shame Video


The Hello Kitty armband of shame made it onto the Japanese news. Apparently they used the red and white checkered armband shown in previous months, but that armband proved to have the opposite effect and was popular among the police, thus they decided to switch to Hello Kitty to try and shame them…

As would be expected, my wife wants one of these for her Hello Kitty collection. Hopefully there is no police officer married to a Hello Kitty fanatic or he may be forced to get into trouble on a daily basis…

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7 Responses to Hello Kitty Armband of Shame Video

  1. Siouxie says:

    I would so be in trouble on a daily basis if they gave those out at work!

  2. Jam says:

    Lol! So true. I would make sure my husband was late for work every day. I like the HK armbands SO much better than the tablecloth armbands.

  3. OMG! That is so funny! I didn’t understand the video, but it was still awesome! I think your wife is right. Now that they have to wear Hello Kitty armbands people will like the police even more and everybody will have something to smile about! The men will come to love Hello Kitty too, because how can you NOT love her?!? I should make myself a HK armband and wear it wherever I go too! hehe. :)

  4. Allyson says:

    I have visions of hello Kitty fans mugging police officers for their armbands!

  5. Alfred says:

    It’s a HELLO KITTY WORLD!

  6. Siouxie says:

    That is even funnier!!! Regular people mugging cops for their armbands – HAHAHHAHAHAHAHA….I would do it.

  7. Grendada says:

    I just read an article on this topic and proceeded directly to HelloKittyHell. Was disappointed. I thought it was a great idea, and I wish it would be implemented (with a larger cat face and smaller hearts) here in macho inner city America. I have to agree, though, that 8 year old girls and the insane women some 8 year old retarded girls age into … will ruin the efficacy of such a brilliant (or old-fashioned) idea.

    BTW before Hello Kitty became ENORMOUS, she was still a huge cult. I mean in the 1980s in America. I always remembered a visit I took to FAO Schwartz in New York City, I think in 1984, when I saw a larger-than-life Hello Kitty figure as a display model. At the time, I thought to myself, “this thing is designed to imitate a Godhead. It’s so ludicrous, bet it’s going to work in a few years. That Hello Kitty will be a substitute God for some ignored and rotted segment of the population.” I lived to be astonished at the clarity of that particular dark thought.

    Hello Kitty save us all.

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