Allee Willis’ Kitsch O’ The Day – Tickles Tapeworm Bad Translation Pencil Case/Wallet

tickles-tapeworm

“Good day. Tapeworm of the Tickles. The stomach living within is for fun. Likes much the good food, Great friends are we to the extremity. Love me Tapeworm.” I LOVE bad translations and this 8″x3″ of plastic wonderfulness is among the best!
Tickles served as my billfold for the past four years until the plastic rebelled and one day little tapeworm-like rips appeared all over it. I reluctantly retired it to Kitsch Museum heaven but miss pulling it out to get my money and smiling as I dig intoTickles.

“Good day. Tapeworm of the Tickles. The stomach living within is for fun. Likes much the good food, Great friends are we to the extremity. Love me Tapeworm.” I LOVE bad translations and this 8″x3″ of plastic wonderfulness is among the best!

Made by Parasite Pals, Tickles served as my billfold for the past four years until the plastic rebelled and one day little tapeworm-like rips appeared all over it. I reluctantly retired it to Kitsch Museum heaven but miss pulling it out to get my money and smiling as I say hello to Tickles.

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3 Comments

  • Troy says:

    One can only hope to find friends as dedicated as Tickles. “Great friends are we to the extremity” translates to some serious commitment.

  • Fanny says:

    I have a pencil case that says:

    Berry pop Life!

    Like newly born drops of water
    My favourite dreams and willful life
    I like you in the recent days
    Very wonderfully and more pleasantly

  • Allee says:

    @Fanny – OOh, Im envious of that! On September 14th I’m opening the virtual wing of The Allee Willis Museum of Kitsch. I already have the largest physical collection of Kitsch in the world and now will be choosing other people’s Kitsch to be part of the virtual Museum. Would love if you’d submit a photo of that when it opens.

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