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December 28, 2007


(Thanks to Chaz Schlueter)


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You see, Hello Kitty is "tough" now b/c it doesn't have a face.

Or something like that.


We think Hello Kitty is accepted by young men as a design statement in fashion," he said.

And that "statement" would be "NTTAWWT". (nttawwt)

Er, goodbye, Kitty.

The next marketing campaign is "girlie" transformers. NTTAWWT either.

I think it is time to get a "Hello Doberman" for protection.

When guys think, "Helloooo, Kitty!", they have something else on their mind. Of course, they always have something on their mind. Like a rock....or beer....
*in best Cuban accento*
"Say helloooo to my leetle kitty!"

$36 for a frickin' T-shirt? Are they high?

The one-liners that come to mind here are too numerous to even begin.

*snork* at Annie!

i think the theory is okay, they just haven't hit the right design concept yet, for instance:

1. a little kitty urinating on a "ford" logo.
2. a kitty with an explosion and a cloud emanating from it's rear.
3. a kitty with large breasts, sitting astride a large snake, holding a beer in one hand.
4. a kitty holding up the middle finger of one paw with the caption what are looking at, pu55y?

any of the above would be marketable to young males. there you go. no charge.

I'll wear Little Kitty T-shirts when the pry my credit card from my cold dead hand.

I can believe there's a market, actually. A few weeks ago, my brother was in town on my birthday, so we went to an excellent sushi place to celebrate. We sat at the bar. One of the chefs -- a 20-something Japanese male -- was wearing a large dangling Hello Kitty earring. The bite I snorted was fairly low in wasabi, fortunately.

"Young men these days grew up with character goods," said Tohmatsu. "That generation feels no embarrassment about wearing Hello Kitty."

I have a 17-year-old son that would beg to differ.

Hmm... Couldn't be a ploy to strike up conversations with girls, would it? Nah.

I'm pretty sure that if you buy one of these, a giant Old Milwaukee can lands on your head.

will be sold soon in the U.S. and other Asian nations

When did we move?

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