Hello Kitty Menstrual Pantie Liners

Just when you believe you’ve seen it all, Hello Kitty reminds you that there is no bottom in the pit of Hello Kitty Hell. This, my friends, is when you know you have a true Hello Kitty fanatic on your hands. 99.9% of the population would look at these and simply say “WTF?!?” but to a Hello Kitty fanatic, something like this makes perfect sense and you receive a reply like this one from my wife: “What a cute idea, I want those” (I know, I know, you’re asking yourself “HOW is that a cute idea?!?” but it is useless to try and understand). So I present to you the Hello Kitty menstrual pantie liners:

Hello Kitty Menstrual Pads

Hello Kitty Menstrual Pantie Liners

Courtesy (I think) of fork in the comments via ebay

They also come in holiday themes:

Hello Kitty Halloween pads

Sent in by Xenaspanky

54 thoughts on “Hello Kitty Menstrual Pantie Liners

  1. … That’s utterly disgusting. They’re made of cloth, right? They look like it, so my friend and I are guessing they’re meant to be re-used…….. EWWW.

  2. OMG LOLZ :] Those are amazing :]

    I’ve got gone & bought some, haha. The Ebay seller has a nice range in lots of pretty colours, but I’m an avid Hello Kitty collector so I’m just adding it to my collection.

    I’ll just stick with Tampax for now, HAHA.

  3. Ok, everything was cute up til now. This is just WRONG.

    You are right, YOU ARE IN HELL!!

    Please tell me these are a gag gift type thing.

  4. Wow, That’s actually pretty damn sick. Bloody kitty. I’m sorry hello kitty man. I hate my period, not even hello kitty can make that look good or make one say “cute.”

  5. These are too cute. I even went to the seller’s store to take a look. I would love to buy them, unfortunately I can’t bring myself to reuse a pad. lol

  6. I’ve heard of reusable sanitary napkins (eco-friendly). But this is wrong! So very very wrong! I’d rather think of them as being shoe inserts.

  7. Well, reusable pads are not disgusting in themselves….but you HK haters can just look at it as the ultimate insult to HK, can’t you? The only thing worse perhaps would be HK Depends…..

  8. Oh dear.. you are in hell… I LOVE hello kitty myself… but that goes a little far!!! I think Cat Lady has a better idea… shoe liners! That would be less yucky…

  9. I totally luv ur blog! Come´on….this is actually a cute thing!!! (maybe your theory its true, 4 a HKFan that makes a perfectly sense) I want thooooose!!!

  10. erm… I thought HK was so pure ad young she didn’t know what menstruation was… 😐

    I don’t even want to consider those being reusable, that’s the most disgusting aspect ever, but well…
    Those must be nice for women who tend to get rashes… All that paint CAN eventually cause allergies, you know?

    (There, did I make you feel a little bit better about it? 😀 )

  11. And, why, pray tell, are reusable pads, in and of themselves, “disgusting?” What do you think grandma, great-grandma, et all used? You know the washing machine WASHES them, right? What a sad state we are in when women hate the natural functions of their bodies and consider a chemical laden landfill plug a better alternative to something that gets washed. Get a grip, peeps.

  12. “And, why, pray tell, are reusable pads, in and of themselves, “disgusting?â€? What do you think grandma, great-grandma, et all used? You know the washing machine WASHES them, right? What a sad state we are in when women hate the natural functions of their bodies and consider a chemical laden landfill plug a better alternative to something that gets washed. Get a grip, peeps.”

    As I was reading through the above comments, I was wondering the exact same thing… Shame.

  13. HAHAHA!!!!

    well okay for ONE thing…just so you all know:
    pantie liners are meant to be worn with tampons, meaning there it no actual flow going onto them. it is only for the “oops” that may occur if your tampon gets a bit too full. that is all. ;D

  14. All those that think reusable panty liners are disgusting must wear paper knickers that they throw out every wear.

  15. Ooh, how cute. What great work she does! I think it’s really sad that we live at a time when women are so out of tune with their bodily functions. What do you think women used to use- we haven’t had disposables forever you know. Why don’t you look into the chemicals used to make those disposables and think about the fact that those chemicals are leaking into your body when you wear them. Now THAT is gross!!!! Give me a nice, soft, pretty pad anyday instead of a crinkly, plastic, smelly one. Like the other poster said- “Get a grip!”

  16. Thank you… disposable “landfill” panty liners and tampons are a modern invention…

    These are eco-friendly and not unlike what women have been using for THOUSANDS OF YEARS… It’s not THAT bad…

    I agree with the below comment:

    ****And, why, pray tell, are reusable pads, in and of themselves, “disgusting?” What do you think grandma, great-grandma, et all used? You know the washing machine WASHES them, right? What a sad state we are in when women hate the natural functions of their bodies and consider a chemical laden landfill plug a better alternative to something that gets washed. Get a grip, peeps.”””

  17. ummm ppll thats pretty sick but i boughhem wen i visited china….yea BU DONT USE EM!!!thank god for that i think im gonna sell tem go on ebay ull see em there for a few bucks

  18. I don’t know about you..but the last thing a woman who is on her period…and has god awful menstrual cramps..would wanna see….is the serene and smiley face of that damn cat winking at her

  19. i’m 18 and never heard of a reusable menstrual pantie liner. lol. i’m eco friendly (to a degree). and should have known this! i should really get some and stop using scratchy paper!

    i’m pregnant and was planning on using cloth diapers during the time i was home with my baby. and only others when we went out or the baby went to bed. saves money and is eco friendly….never thought about the pad! lol. i can do my part too! plus other pads irritate my skin! just no HK staring at my stuff please!!!!

  20. Kimberly, you should give them a try- they are amazingly great!! Just no Hello Kitty. 🙂 Once you try cloth you never would go back to disposables- they are way easier than cloth diapers to clean even. And just think of all you are keeping out of the landfills!

  21. honestly i have hello kitty pads!!! but after seeing all those silly hello kitty stuff it kills the whole thing about hello kitty now they r like insane about it!!! omGGG

  22. Nothing’s cuter than a cat sitting and staring into your thing while letting blood pour all over itself, right?

  23. Well, there is something fun about covering cutesy things in blood…

    How do you keep those things from shifting, though? Safety pins?

  24. Cloth pads rock, it’s not a ‘eco-friendly’ thing, it’s also a hygiene and health thing as they’re MUCH cleaner, more hygienic and less prone to cause gross smell and infections as disposables. They’re also FAR more comfortable – no different to wearing underwear; which is cloth, and reusable.

    Disposables are gross!

    Hello kitty pads…okay, totally not my thing, a little odd…but Lunapads (major cloth pad brand) have cupcake pads, which to me is a little worse food+menstrual flow, mmmmm….yum.

  25. Disposables *are* gross. I don’t know why anyone would want to sit in a soggy, scratchy, stinky, disgusting plastic and paper pillow when she could have soft, fresh, clean cloth. People are weird.

  26. People are so weird so no one has a problem reusing the underwear that period blood leaks on but they have a problem with reuseable pads lol….How about disposables are gross contain harmful chemicals and they make you stink….I’ll take cloth every time….

  27. These are both totally adorable and good for the environment. I am not a Hello Kitty fanatic, but I think a lot of their products are cute and have pretty designs and colors. Thanks for presenting these, blogger; I’m going to look for them and give them to my daughter when she starts menstruating.

    And RIGHT ON to Karen’s comment, #51. Anyone who has a problem with menstrual blood can recall that they were swimming in it for the first nine months of their lives. Without menstrual blood there would be no HUMAN RACE. Hooray for menstruation, uteri, pregnancy, and all those other lady-related-things that allow us to maintain a presence on the planet.

    (Final note, the blogger here could earn money by providing links to where to buy some of these items.)

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