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Hello Kitty Girl is internet slang for a particular type of e-girl with an affinity for Hello Kitty merchandise and aesthetics. In memes, a "Hello Kitty Girl" is depicted as attractive but emotionally unstable and potentially violent (similar to a "Yandere"). In January 2023, the character and archetype became the subject of memes, primarily on TikTok, in which men suffered injuries as a result of attempting to date a Hello Kitty Girl or trying to stop their friends from dating them.
While it's unclear when memes about "Hello Kitty Girls" exactly started, one of the earliest and most viral examples was posted on January 14th, 2023, by TikToker @melonnabba (shown below). The clip shows a dramatic scene from the Dragon Ball anime, representing "me finding my homie after he went on a date with a Hello Kitty Girl." It gained over 440,000 likes in four days (shown below).
@melonnabba Death sentence #fyp #fypシ #melonnabba #meme #hellokittygirl #dbz ♬ original sound – BG7
On January 15th, 2023, Urban Dictionary user tratraffy then posted a definition for "Hello Kitty Girl," writing, "A girl who prolly got daddy issues and wears pink and black, she tend to dress like an egirl and she got hello kitty wallpaper or peluche." Some fictional characters who may fit the archetype are Rebecca from Cyberpunk Edgerunners and Violet from Neon White.
Over the following days in mid-January 2023, many other TikToks about "Hello Kitty Girls" were created. These generally used dramatic scenes from other pieces of media to represent the intense trauma caused by dating Hello Kitty Girls. For example, on January 17th, 2023, TikToker @.snaxxy posted a meme using a clip from Demon Slayer, gaining over 67,000 likes in one day (shown below, left). The same day, user @akilotho posted a video using Dragon Ball footage, gaining over 435,000 likes in one day (shown below, right).
@.snaxxy having fun with this audio #fyp #xyzbca #rizz #kimetsunoyaiba #demonslayer #foryou #memes #entertainmentdistrict #tanjiro #gyutaro #tanjirovsgyutaro #funny #dating #hellokittygirl ♬ My Way – 2008 Remastered – Frank Sinatra
@akilotho They started dating #fyp #fypシ #hellokittygirl #meme #dbz ♬ original sound – BG7
Other prominent TikToks include a January 15th post by @bucketjosh that gained over 383,000 likes in three days (shown below, left) and another posted the same day by TikToker @not_nefdachef that used Tokyo Ghoul footage and gained over 65,000 likes in three days (shown below, right).
@bucketjosh foolish move #fyp #hellokitty #hellokittygirl #real #memes ♬ original sound – BG7
@not_nefdachef Never ends well… #fyp #hellokittygirl #meme #tokyoghoul ♬ original sound – ahhh
In the following days, memes referencing Hello Kitty Girls also spread to Twitter and other social media platforms. For example, on January 16th, 2023, Twitter user ProgressiveGold tweeted a version using a still from a scene in Pulp Fiction, receiving over 900 views and 20 likes in two days (shown below).
@superhandsomsexyguy #joke #hellokittygirl #fyp #xyzbca ♬ original sound – ahhh
@.drxon #trending #trend #batman#hellokittygirl ♬ original sound – BG7
@zypittt #hellokittygirl #sanriogirl #fakeimages #fakevideo #fake #culturalpurposes #culture #educational #educationalpurposes #noguidlineswereviolated #jokes ♬ original sound – CTRLWRLD ™
@koichi____ ‼️FAKE BODY TIKTOK‼️#hellokitty #hellokittygirl #onepiece #foryoupage #viral ♬ original sound – BG7
 TikTok – melonnabba
 Urban Dictionary – Hello Kitty Girl
 TikTok – bucketjosh
 TikTok – not_nefdachef
 Twitter – ProgressiveGold
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