We Know Where Mimi Is Going To Give Birth

December 5, 2008 / Posted by:

Mimi has denied she’s carrying a little rainbow unicornie baby in her womb, but she might purposely get knocked up just so she can give birth at the Hello Kitty Maternity Hospital in Taiwan.

The hospital was built in 2006 by Tsai Tsung-chi who spent more than $3.2 million in construction and decorations. He created the hospital hoping to create a pleasant environment for chicks who are afraid of popping out a baby. Tsai said, “I wish everyone who comes here – mothers suffer while giving birth, and children suffer with their sickness – to receive medical care while seeing this Kitty, it brings a smile to their faces, helps them forget about discomfort and recover faster.”

The hospital is covered in everything Hello Kitty from statues to bed sheets to furniture to the wallpapers. A life-sized Hello Kitty comes to visit mothers and babies twice a year.

This place is for mothers who just want to pop out a baby in record time. They are forced to speed up labor, so that they can collect their new baby and bounce out of that creepy joint as soon as possible! There’s no such thing as a fucking 8-hour labor at the Hello Kitty hospital.

If I was a woman giving birth and a giant Hello Kitty peered into my doorway, I would reach into my vagina, pull out the baby, grab my coat and run the fuck out of that place. HELL NO, KITTY!

And I change my comment about Mimi. She’s not only going to give birth there, she’s going to buy the whole place and live there permanently!

Source: ITN

Thanks Stacy

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