Hello Kitty demonic toilet paper
Unexpected licensed merchandise of cartoon anthro stars are nothing new. There is the Spongebob Squarepants child’s rectal thermometer, for example. Most of it is for children’s products, though.
Not Hello Kitty. The mouthless one, Kitty White, was created as a little girl’s merchandising icon by Sanrio Ltd. of Japan in 1974, to appear on school notebooks, junk jewelry, coin purses, and the like. Today those little girls have grown up, and want Hello Kitty on adult merchandise.
There have been a Hello Kitty sex vibrator, real gold and diamond jewelry, computer equipment, and an electric guitar. Several banks offer Hello Kitty bank cheques and credit and debit cards. In Taiwan, there are a Hello Kitty restaurant and a Hello Kitty maternity hospital. There is a Hello Kitty $5,000 robot (marked down to $3,999.99) for the mother who needs a baby sitter.
And now you can wipe your ass with a beloved, albeit demonized, anthro animal.