Hello Kitty Ecstasy


It’s already well documented that hello Kitty loves her drugs whether it be Hello Kitty cocaine or Hello Kitty marijuana accessories. And with the way that those who follow the evil feline dress up for raves (NSFW), is it really any surprise that Hello Kitty ecstasy exists?

Ecstasy pills shaped as Hello Kitty

I’m sure that there are Hello Kitty crack rocks out there somewhere (and if there aren’t, you know Sanrio is drooling at the possibility…)

Sent in by kylie

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29 Responses to Hello Kitty Ecstasy

  1. Kittyfied says:

    All the persuasion I need. (Sarcasm)

  2. Jaime says:

    nope, this is a lie. those are little candies that taste like sweet tarts. i got a bunch of them last year for xmas. i had some in a little tin and then some in boxes. apparently they came from Target.

    • Smurf_Mama says:

      I was thinking the same thing, that they just look like the normal candies placed on top of a baggie.

  3. Gail says:

    Yes they look like sweet tarts to me.

  4. sheena says:

    Think Hell is running out of things to blog about so he makes this up. LOL

  5. Catbunny says:

    I dunno… I wouldn’t think official HK candy would replace her bow with a pill like that. o_O

  6. Liz says:

    I bet someone made a mold off the sweet tarts man way to go HK fans… (not the guys here but you know…)

  7. kitteh!! says:

    I’d agree with Catbunny; the bow has definitely been replaced with a pill or capsule, so these are not an officially licenced product.

    • Smurf_Mama says:

      It doesn’t really look like a capsule pill. Capsules will have one break point, not two. So their wouldn’t be two lines. That pill comment was just a failed joke. If anything, it looks like a bandaid.

  8. candyfiend says:

    Whoever sent this photo in please email me…if these are real, I want some.

  9. Sabree says:

    XD I want.

  10. Sanriobaby =^.^= says:

    Of course these are fake! These are the little tart candies they sell in those tins at Target, at least I HOPE THEY ARE….

  11. Emmie says:

    Hello kitt-E

  12. Marozia says:

    Very good Emmie! HK has now gone to a new level.

  13. Acton says:

    I hate to break it I think this is real. It is not uncommon ecstasy use cartoon characters.

    I send my condolences this time Mr HKH

  14. kittywhore says:

    I agree with candyfiend!! Send me some please

  15. sabtina says:

    wooow, yes hello kitty x is real lol. obviously none of you have ever rolled, ive had many hello kitty cutouts and hello kitty stamped e pills

  16. Usagi C. says:

    I actually had these before… they are actually candies. Somebody gave me. The bow is replaces with a bandage.

  17. Absinthe says:

    Just thought I would say…these are the Candy… BUT here is the real thing
    http://www.pillreports.com/index.php?page=display_pill&id=25567

  18. Sprinkle919 says:

    If real, I’d roll on these.

  19. mz lilone lowksz says:

    mmmm i want a hello kitty oill lol me love (:

  20. cassy says:

    i’ve seen actual hello kitty ecstasy. someone i know used to sell them.

  21. bathatgir says:

    Those look like candy and if they are not… They are bunk pillz. I can look at that picture and tell. I have seen many xtc illys in my life and I can tell you right now.. That is anything BUT MDMA.

  22. Sanvila says:

    I was hoping it was real E

  23. jocelyn says:

    umm if its candy why instead of bows theres pills ? im really confused

  24. Rexie says:

    I know this is an old thread but I just wanted to offer some valuable infor in case any stumbles across old batches of real HK e-pills.

    My serious party days ended about 2 years ago but the 3 prior years to that, batches of these were going around the east coast from various pill pressers and all were highly adulterated. My test kits read everything from heroin, cocain, methamphetamine, caffeine, piperazine, etc. and minimal levels of actual MDMA. Granted, most ecstasy users know theirs pills aren’t “clean” these were some of the most dangerous pills going around.

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