Tag Archive | Hello Kitty

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Hello Kitty Soy Sauce Bottle

Hello Kitty Soy Sauce
Photo By Gail

This pretty Pink Bottle of Kikoman brand Hello Kitty Soy Sauce was spotted on the shelf in Pearl River Mart, located on Broadway and Walker Street in Chinatown, NYC!

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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Shrine

Pink Shrine Full
All Photos By Gail

JeongMee Yoon’s photograph, Jeeyoo and Her Pink Things (2007) from The Pink Project (2005 – ongoing) inspired this diorama of Pink Girls Toys, which provides a launching focal point the new exhibit, Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful Color up now at the Museum at FIT.

Pink Shrine Left
Pink Shrine, Left Side Detail

The idea that pink is for girls and blue is for boys is ubiquitous today. Already conspicuous in the 1950s, when it was part of an ideological push towards gender conformity, the pinkification of girl culture really took off in the late 1970s and 1980s.

Pink Shrine Right Side Detail

I could have stood in front of this breathtaking Shrine to Pinkness forever.

Pink Cars and Doll

Please enjoy a few more detail shots of this Pink-Lover’s Paradise!

Pink Troll Dolls

Hello Kitty Reflection

Elephant and Lion

Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful Color Will Be on Exhibit Through January 5th, 2019 at The Museum at FIT, Located at Seventh Avenue and 27th Street in NYC.

Miscellaneous Pink Things

Hello Pussy T-Shirt

hello-pussy-t-shirt

OMG I Love This. Show your support at each and every Women’s March with this Hello kitty-inspired t-shirt, Hello Pussy! This adorable character shirt will get the attention of everyone around you. Available in both Unisex style y-shirts and Ladies Fit Tees, Hoodies and other wearable swag, and in a variety of colors, at This Link!

Yes, It Exists: Hello Kitty Camera

Pink Hello Kitty Camera
Smile For The Kitty (All Photos By Gail)

Don’t let anyone make the excuse that this is a kids’ camera, because this Hello Kitty face with a lens sticking out of it is a big fucking hunk of camera that is much too unwieldy for tiny child-sized hands. But, whatever; this is a film (not digital) camera manufactured by Fujifilm and you can buy it online at Amazon right now for about $80!

Spotted at the PhotoPlus Expo in NYC.

Pink Hello Kitty Camera

Yes, It Exists: Hello Kitty Cotton Candy Flavored Yogurt

Hello Kitty Yogurt
Photo By Gail

Anne and I had been at the Monarch Rooftop, enjoying its unparalleled view of the Empire State Building and drinking Lychee Martinis until we were fucked-up out of our minds, when we decided to stop in at Jack’s — which is this gigantic close-out emporium — on the way back to the subway in Herald Square.  All I wanted to do was go home and slouch in front of the telly, but the idea of buying Indian food frozen entrees for $1.49 each was just too good to pass up.

While Anne searched in the refrigerator section for milk (yes they sell milk at Jack’s), I saw this in one of the glass cases, and then did a double-take. Yes It Exists: Hello Kitty Cotton Candy Flavored Yogurt from Yoplait. I couldn’t bring my self to purchase it, so I have no idea how it tastes, but it sounds pretty nasty.

Christmas Gift Idea: Hello Kitty Quilted iPad Case

Hello Kitty Quilted iPad Case
Keep Your iPad Warm This Winter

Hello Kitty Quilted iPad Case Features:

  • Luxurious quilted iPad case featuring Hello Kitty
  • Fits all versions of iPad – the original, iPad 2 and the new iPad 3
  • Also works for other tablets and eReaders
  • Padded case for superior protection
  • Soft fleece interior
  • Embroidered details
  • Zipper pulls with Hello Kitty details
  • Easy to clean surface
  • Comes complete with gift box
  • Size: 10-1/4″ x 8″ x 1″

Buy Now for only $49.95 at This Link!

Hello Kitty Quilted iPad Case Back

Pink Thing of The Day: Hello Kitty Upholstered Chair

Hello Kitty Upholstered Chair
Photo By Gail

This comfy looking upholstered chair, which bears the likeness of Hello Kitty, is currently displayed in the front window of the Hello Kitty / Sanrio Store in Times Square, on 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues. If you look, not even that closely, you can see a reflection of the McDonalds just across the street.