Hello Kitty Peace Tattoo
I’m never sure what to do with all the Hello Kitty tattoos that are sent to me because I get so many these days I could probably create a blog just about Hello Kitty tattoos (now there’s a scary thought). The fact that one person feels that it’s a good idea to stain their skin with the face of the evil feline makes one pause and question the sanity of that person, but actually having hundreds of people send me their Hello Kitty tattoos confirms that these tattoos are far too common and forces me to question the sanity of the world. When these tattoos come in the disguise of “peace” one really needs to begin to worry:
When it comes to Hello Kitty, “peace” isn’t usually the first word that comes to mind. Hello Kitty shotgun, taser, assault rifle, armoured personnel carrier or just plain old gun seem to represent the evil feline so much better with her goal of world domination.
Of course, my wife loves it and has added it to her growing list of possible tattoos she wants to get. It really is a sad fact that the only thing that is saving me from having to look at a Hello Kitty tattoo on my wife is that so many get sent in to me that she can’t decide which one is best for her. This places me in a classic Hello Kitty dilemma. If the tattoos stop being sent to me, my wife gets her own which I will have to see daily, but the alternative is that I have to look at Hello Kitty tattoos on a regular basis and listen to my wife gush about how “cute and wonderful” they are. Either way, it’s a never ending continuation of Hello Kitty Hell…
Sent in by brytanni who, like many Hello Kitty fanatics, has punished herself far more than I could ever imagine doing by actually inking this monstrosity on her body. It’s definitely deserved for her thinking that sending this tattoo to me could ever result in anything positive happening…
Update: Once again, the fanatics can’t leave a bad thing alone:
Sent in by Jesssica