Pee & Poo Plush Toys Underpants Onesies

February 15, 2012 by staff 

Pee & Poo Plush Toys Underpants Onesies, Just when I thought I had seen it all, out comes the Pee & Poo line. Toys, adult and children clothing, and other accessories are all the rage. Judging from how many items are sold out on the website,, many people are flocking to grab up their very own Pee & Poo item.
Pee & Poo Toys

The Pee & Poo toys are plush figures in the shape of a yellow drop of liquid (Pee) and a brown blob (Poo). The website claims these toys are suitable for children of all ages and are machine washable. Thank goodness Pee & Poo can be washed. Together the Pee & Poo plush toys sell for $40 per set.

Pee & Poo Clothing

Next up is the Pee & Poo clothing line. Adults have limited apparel choices: socks, a woman’s tee, and male and female underwear. The background color of all apparel is grey, with small Pee & Poo logos decorating the item.

The children’s clothing line offers a few more choices; however, most are sold out. There is the turquoise blue long-sleeved onesie, featuring a rainbow with the Pee & Poo figures at the end of the rainbow, instead of a pot of gold. The Poo kids’ t-shirt is sold out, but the Pee t-shirt is still available. Apparently Poo is more popular than Pee. There are also socks and underwear for both girls and boys.

Pee & Poo Accessories

Also available for sale on are plush Pee & Poo keychains, a Pee & Poo letter set, and Pee & Poo tattoos. These items range in price from $5 for the tattoos and $14 for the letter set.

Online Pee & Poo Fun

For those who can’t get enough Pee & Poo, there are Pee & Poo e-cards, wallpaper, and online games. Choose from four e-cards to send your loved ones, although I’m not sure how I would react to receiving a Pee & Poo card from a boyfriend.

The Story Behind Pee & Poo

Pee & Poo brand was created in late 2004 by a Swedish graphic designer Emma Megitt. The original intent, according to, was for the line to be used in potty training. They tout the Pee & Poo plush dolls as cuddly companions for potty training kids, and the craze has spread to teens and adults as well.

Would I let my children own Pee & Poo toys, clothing or accessories?

I have mixed feelings about the Pee & Poo brand. At first I was disgusted about it. Of course, I heard about the Pee & Poo dolls from my 27-year-old friend who desperately wanted them for his computer desk. I think the Pee & Poo brand would be fine for teens and adults, but for younger kids I am leery. As a potty training tool, it probably works well in assisting with children who have a fear of bodily functions.

But to answer my question, I would not buy the Pee & Poo toys or clothes for my kids. My children have a hard enough time remembering to keep bathroom talk to the bathroom. Last thing I need is to hear, “But that’s my Poo doll!” in the middle of the mall, restaurant, or church.

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