The graph reaches a point where it is not possible to buy more Hello Kitty items at 75% Asian. From there, it pretty much plateaus at 598,215 items.
Let us see how Asian my kids are. Here are the Hello Kitty items they own:
So the graph tells us that my kids are between 12.5% and 25% Asian...
...or perhaps it tells us that I don't love my children and want to deprive them of Asian-osity...
...or perhaps the graph reflects my current boycott of all things Hello Kitty after we went to the Hello Kitty store in the mall, and I promised my kids I would buy them something, and so they found these cheap looking umbrellas with price tags that were near impossible to read, and I ended up buying multiple umbrellas for $27 a pop.
I mean, it could be anything, really.
Now lets look and see how Asian I am. Here are the Hello Kitty Items I owned.
That is right. None. You might ask yourself, "How can that be possible?"
And my answer is:
Who needs Hello Kitty when you could have...
(This is a picture of me!)
...Hello Candy! Just as creepy-cute, still doesn't have a mouth, and only a fraction of the price!
You've got to love Asia and their knock-offs. Looks like I am Asian after all!
(I'm pretty sure I owned a few Hello Tikky items, too.)