The origin of the popular Japanese cartoon character Hello Kitty is an urban myth. Rumor has it that the story of Hello Kitty’s origin is linked with devil worship and satanic pact. According to the folk lore, Hello Kitty was created back in the 1970s by a Chinese woman. The word “Kitty” means “Demon” in Chinese; so “Hello Kitty” literally translated means “Hello Demon”.
The Hello Kitty tattoo represents one’s character, qualities or likes. Normally speaking, it all depends on what Hello Kitty personality is being portrayed. In today’s generation Hello Kitty tattoo refers to something innocent, adorable, cute, sweet, versatile and feminine. Hello Kitty tattoos take on the character of the wearer, which makes them that much more important.
Hello Kitty tattoo designs are done with a heavy outline, white colored body and her signature red bow on the left side. Women prefer to get this tattoo on the hip, lower abdomen or different areas of the arm. The trendiest areas are in the pelvic region and back of the legs. Some even get a cute little design on the buttock. Men shy away from The Hello Kitty tattoo for the very same reason women love it – it is extremely feminine.
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