My wife decided to download a bunch of Hello Kitty coloring pages the other day (I’m still debating whether this is better or worse than her buying a Hello Kitty coloring book) and told me that I should practice so that I can color them with my nieces when they come to visit. This, of course, made for a very difficult dilemma. Should I color the Hello Kitty coloring pages like my wife expected me to, or should I color the Hello Kitty coloring pages the way that they actually should be colored?
Obviously, my wife doesn’t agree with me on how Hello Kitty coloring pages should be colored. Apparently, realistic depictions of the true character of the evil feline aren’t what she had in mind when she said that I should practice and she made it very clear that it was not appropriate for me to color the Hello Kitty coloring pages like was done above (for some unfathomable reason, she didn’t think that my nieces would appreciate it either).
Maybe a Hello Kitty coloring contest is in order to see which type of Hello Kitty coloring page is a truer depiction of how people see Hello Kitty? Then again, it is a no win situation. Even if I win, I lose — which is a typical result when you live in Hello Kitty Hell…
Update: Apparently there are others that also think that coloring Hello Kitty coloring pages can be a lot of fun when you bring out her true spirit:
Sent in by Tricia Kleinot via her blog Color Halo
Sent in by misspaprika