Hello Kitty Monopoly
Due to Hello Kitty’s never ending quest to be a part of anything popular even if it has absolutely nothing to do with Hello Kitty, somewhere, for some unknown reason, somebody got the idea that creating Hello Kitty Monopoly would be a good idea:
There is just something seriously wrong in the world when a classic game allows railroads to become wagons, Boardwalk to become a hair accessory store and all the money to contain images of the evil feline.
It’s always a disaster when Hello Kitty comes out with a version of any game. My wife assumes that because I like games, I should also like games that have been Hello Kittified. Of course, this puts me in a no win situation. If I try to get out of playing the Hello Kitty version of the game by saying that I don’t like that particular game, then I can never play that game again (and if I have already let it be known I like the game, this isn’t even an option) without the threat of ending up on the couch in the Hello Kitty sleeping bag. The other option is playing the Hello Kitty version which usually means suffering through several hours of pain more awful than slowly having your fingernails ripped from your hands with pliers — which pretty much sums up what it’s like living in Hello Kitty Hell…
Sent in by Jen who should have to play Hello Kitty Monopoly 24/7 for the rest of the year for ever thinking for a minute that sending this to me could be a good idea…
Update: One would assume that one Hello Kitty monopoly game would be enough, but obviously the evil feline would disagree:
Sent in by Friedrich