When urine love large plushie! The kidneys — most folks have two — process your blood, picking out the extra waste and returning nice clean blood to your body. Extra water and waste pulled from the blood become pee!
When urine love! The kidneys — most folks have two — process your blood, picking out the extra waste and returning nice clean blood to your body. Extra water and waste pulled from the blood become pee! Gigantic and amazingly soft 9″ x 8″ plush comes with a spectacular booklet-style filled with drawings of kidneys on ice, kidneys having tea, plus info about the magic your kidneys make every day.
Safe for all ages, this plush comes packed inside a biodegradable plastic sleeve. Designed in California. Urine for a treat: say kidney in Japanese – Jinzou! Like all good waste management execs the Kidneys were tight lipped on the inner workings on the sanitation business:
K1: We’re the best hit-kidneys; er…team on the market.
K2: I ain’t sayin’ nothin’ but the last piece of scum who tried to get past us…well let’s just say we “wasted” the guy real quick.
K1: We’re not just in waste management either; we do a little laundering on the side – if you get my drift…
K2: Er…I think we’ve said too much… We think as long as you stay on these guys good side, you know urine good hands!
I Heart Guts was born in 2005 and is the brainchild of an anatomically obsessed illustrator with a desire to make the internal organs quirky and fun for all. I Heart Gut is educational and cheeky at the same time with silly little slogans paired with each of the happy organ plushies.
These designs are so different that one magazine reviewer even said “These furry toys can transplant love back into any tired relationship!”. You’ll find lots of I Heart Guts plushies, tees, posters and self-exam cards here!
This 10 inch x 7 inch fluffy peeper loves eyeglasses, but hates eyes patches and is looking for someone special. These orbs of light-sensitive tissue, fluid, and muscle are our wonderful windows on the world. Thats some nerve! Book-like hangtag sheds light on this complex and important organ.