Kawaii Carnage desu! – 可愛い修羅です！
An angry review of kawaii…
The modern trends of Japan never impress me. Men in pink jumpsuits, panties vending machines and surgery to enlarge your eyes to name a few, really give you the full fist if you are insane enough to get into them. It never had any ties with sanity and future only confirms my expectations.
However, it gets worse. The “The Kawaii Black Plague” doesn’t stop in Japan, it proliferates across the world, mostly among weeaboos that miserably try to “Japanize” themselves and what’s worse, they spread the heresy hundred meters deep. The word “kawaii” means “cute” or “adorable”, usually containing child-like cuteness, puppy eyes and doll-like makeup. There’s not much sense to it.
The kawaii abomination essentially comes down to this: wear bright, smile all the time, act as a kid, stand out, paint your room and dog pink. Everything is happy and pink around you, you need to express yourself ( the expression thing is not new – serial killers express them too). Dig a bit over the net and you’ll see that trends in Japan like kawaii (and everywhere else) propagate some kind of tolerance and “be what you are, don’t be a clone” (they say that in Japan?!), but if you retain a dose of human sanity when talking about kawaii, you’ll ask yourself: “Okay then, why the makeup, clothes, speech modifications, visual kei, weeaboo fascism, surgery and room painting?” Just my five cents.
Some parts of Japan are really “kawaii” – they stab your eyes and mind with brighter than the sun colors, tasteless and overwhelming presence of pink, creepy and wide anime-eyes staring at you as if you are playing a real survival horror. The boom of the plastic surgery in China, Japan and Korea is mind-blowing. There has been a rise in their minority ethnic groups in US as well, going to eye and nose surgery, face implants, ear flattening, chin overhaul to make it pointy and lip injections. The myth of wide eyes expressing emotions clearer is disturbing on real humans. People apparently forget the line that exists between reality and imagination.
There is no justification for this mutilation of human body. There are no cultural or ethnic differences to be understood, just an excess of cash and mental derangement. Today, it seems, it is a sin to be normal.
People are ashamed of themselves and the way God created them.
Some examples of Kawaii: