You can learn a lot about life from playing with Lego, like how to build a house or car, but what if there was a playset designed to help you come to terms with the reality of living in a constant state of existential dread?
There comes a point in every young professional’s life when they find themselves sitting in a dreary office and wondering, “What am I doing? Who am I? Is this really all there is to life?” These thoughts are typically followed by the consumption of alcohol and, in Aggretsuko’s case, a side of death metal karaoke.
This morning, I helped my kid put on a Hello Kitty shirt before she went to school. Then I sat down and watched the debut of the latest cutie pie mascot from that character’s creators. She needs a hug in the worst way.
A database for the Hello Kitty community sanriotown.com containing 3.3 million accounts has been discovered online in an apparent breach.
Yes, beloved Japanese icon of kid-friendly cute Hello Kitty and legendary magazine of class, culture and nekkid ladies Playboy have teamed up to spawn an unholy merchandise mash-up. Assuming the complete cognitive dissonance hasn't caused you to pass out, here are a few of the items now available.
The internal spaces of toys are made up of cotton, plastic, and air. But these amazing sculptures reveal an entire re-imagined internal anatomy for our favorite toys — ranging from Lego man, to My Little Pony, to Barbie — complete with bones, detailed musculature, and internal organs.
Do you like booze, fruit flavors, and cute cartoon cats with disturbingly large heads? Then you'll probably love the new line of Hello Kitty beer just released in China. They're only half the alcohol content of regular beer, and come in six fruit flavors, including lemon-lime, passion fruit and banana.
Despite what we were taught as kids, it seems those big golden birds we serve up at Thanksgiving might not actually be turkeys—at least if you're from Japan. If this $28 Hello Kitty plush toy is assumed to be biologically accurate—and I see no reason why it shouldn't be—turkey dinners actually come from cute cultural…
A seventh grader has made good on the dreams of middle schoolers everywhere by sending Hello Kitty into the stratosphere. According to ABC News:
You might think the life of a tech writer is all drugs, cash, women, and limousines, but that's a burdensome misconception. A few nights ago, while trying to reheat a pie, my toaster blew up. So I need this one.
Why is there a mid-grade Android flip phone on a site full of brazen iPhone fanboys? (Yeah, we admit it. What. WHAT.) It's not the first Android flip phone. It's not the first Hello Kitty phone. It's not even very desirable.
When the inevitable police report is filled out, expect all the old cliches. "She seemed so harmless," the neighbors will say. "We never thought so much evil could be hiding under such a cute little bow." But we knew better.
Hello Kitty will swallow your soul! And now that we have that out of the way, we can take a look at this incredibly loud looking Hello Kitty keyboard, which will also, incidentally, swallow souls.
>Hello Kitty is back. And this time she's taking no prisoners with a touchscreen cellphone which does calls, photos, music, video, SMS, games, FM radio, MMS, has a memory card, and is pink. Meow.
For homemakers who always wanted a Roomba but thought it too uncute, iRobot and Sanrio have partnered up to create a Hello Kitty-branded version of their robotic vacuum cleaner. So now not only does everybody's favorite expressionless cat protect your computer, play your music and blast away your enemies, she'll also…