Hello Kitty motor oil

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15 Responses to “Hello Kitty motor oil”

  1. Adam Stanhope says:

    We have a photo of my dear and beloved Thai wife from back when we met in 1988 in Bangkok in which she is wearing a counterfeit Hello Kitty skirt. It has a picture of the kitty being rained on and instead of “Hello Kitty,” it simply says “Hell.”

  2. nixiebunny says:

    My car’s engine wants Hello Kitty motor oil so bad.

  3. Razzabeth says:

    I’m interested in the six legged dog dragon on the logo in the bottom right corner.

  4. mtreighie says:

    Brilliant! Produce motor oil from feral cats. Control an invasive species and reduce dependence on foreign oil at the same time.

    What? It’s not made from kitties? Damn.

  5. bangpound says:

    designboom posted this last week with many other images of the product and the labels.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The Agip logo is a fascinating tale in and of itself. http://www.speitaly.org/pages/past/past_15.htm has the full story.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Polluting the atmosphere was never so kawaii.

  8. lewis stoole says:

    is it cherry flavor?

  9. magic_dot says:

    Is the Agip inline font commercially available? I have been looking for it for ages.

  10. Anonymous says:

    This just made me really sad :(

  11. sdmikev says:

    Put THAT in your Honda!

  12. schmod says:

    What country uses SAE measurements for oil viscosity, and also measures containers in liters?

    • Anonymous says:

      Several countries that is..
      SAE and API classifications are widely known and easily understandable worldwide, SI (metric) measurements are on the other hand much easier to understand outside US or GB.

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