Hello Kitty Scar

There are some things that arrive in my mailbox that are so out of bounds that I assume that it is a single crazy Hello Kitty fanatic that would do something like that. Take for example, Hello Kitty scarification. While the fact that anyone would do that in the first place is beyond comprehension, being the normal person I am, I assumed it was a one time aberration in the seam of the fabric of life since there was no way that more than one person would ever want to do something like that to herself.

Of course, I once again have greatly underestimated the fanaticism of those that worship Hello Kitty and once again had to jump back in horror when this arrived in my mailbox: Another Hello Kitty scar:

Hello Kitty scar

It may just be me, but “wow, isn’t Hello Kitty cute? I think I’ll go and slice her into my skin so I can have a scar of her on my body for the rest of my life” isn’t how a normal person thinks, let alone acts. When you think that it’s a positive thing to endure pain to show your devotion to a fictional cartoon cat, that is when you know that the evil feline truly has you in her clutches.

Of course, just because I, as someone who – what shall we say – is sane, doesn’t mean that this doesn’t worry me. My wife thinks that it’s “cute and shows true devotion to Hello Kitty.” These are words which seriously concern me because I could see it in her eyes when she said them that there were thoughts running through her mind on how she can get me to show more of this “devotion.” I’ll now have worry every night I go out with the guys that this is what my wife will give me as a “gift” when I come back and pass out drunk on the Hello Kitty futon — something that can never be ruled out when you live in Hello Kitty Hell…

Sent in by Aly who may have done herself more punishment in having this placed on her body than I could ever wish against her for thinking it would be a good idea to send me this photo…

Update: Because even more people thought this would be a good idea…

Hello Kitty scarification scab

Sent in by wildone

74 thoughts on “Hello Kitty Scar

  1. i wonder what your wife would have thought if she’d sent you a pic of the bleeding kitty pattern before the scar formed?……

  2. Scarification is just another form of body modification. Some people like tattoos, some like scars. It’s just a matter of preference, not mental state. I’m sure this won’t change everyone’s minds though.

    And kramer8 only said that because of the reactions people give to scarification, reactions like that get under your skin after a while. (And for the record he’s 28, not in his teens or early twenties :P)

  3. I would never do this to myself… but I like it. It’s kind of a sad beauty, almost like HK has caused Aly some pain along the way and she had to present the pain in a physical way. I could be way off, but I know HK has caused me some strife…. bills, being pissy and anxious when I can’t buy something right away… its not only a sign of devotion, but literally a battle scar.

  4. Polkira, if “reactions like…a while”, maybe the problem is that they’re a bit closer to home than you care to admit?

    As I said, kramer8 was waaay off-beam in suggesting I’m a soccer mom in any shape or form, and that got a reaction yes, but I think that saying “you’re wrong because…” is reasonable, particularly when someone’s making assumptions based on an individual’s opinion!

  5. What I wonder is that if indeed if kramer8 is really 28, why doesn’t he just go on here and speak for himself? Or if the denizens that frequent this site are so beneath him, why does he even bother commenting at all?

    I don’t care what real age he is, since he chose to make foolhardy ad-hominem assumptions on this board about everyone that’s made a negative comment about this scar.

  6. I don’t think he’s come back on here, that’s probably why he hasn’t said anything else. I’m not trying to agitate anyone. I just wish that people would do their research on scarification before saying things about the mental state of people who choose to get it done.

  7. lol as soon as i saw this i was like…. hmmmmm i wonder if it was done with those hot things they use to brand cows and if so where can i get one

  8. I don’t think you all understand scarification. This wasn;t self-inflicted, she went to a proper body modification shop and had someone do it for her. You get aniseptic and you can’t feel a thing. It’s no different than getting a tattoo, only I personally find scarification to be more beautiful in a natural sense.

    A Hello Kitty scarification, though? No thanks.

  9. wait, wait, wait…
    Hello Kitty FUTON?
    Where does your wife find these things, and where can i get mine??
    More honestly than not though, i would sincerely like to see a picture of the inside of your house, please.

  10. Personally, not into scarification, but I can’t judge as I have a tattoo. To me, it looks like the outline is from cutting and the bow is from burning.

    Happy to keep just reading this site, but felt I had to comment on this one. I personally think a HK scar is a bit much. At least you can have a tattoo removed. But each to their own.

    One thing I will say is that the scar isn’t finished, and I think it would look better if she had done it a bit smaller.

  11. This isn’t always indicative of a mental problem.
    It’s quite rude and foolish to assume as much from a picture on a Hello Kitty hate site.

  12. That actually looks badass…except it doesn’t look like she cut it in..it looks more like she branded herself with a hot iron of hello kitty face. And actually looks realll cool! Now as far as cutting onesself to make these horrific pictures OMGosh these people have PROBLEMS!!!! lol i much rather brand myself with hk’s face versus go through such inscrutiating pain n cut myself…ewww!
    this one looks cool tho LOL

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