Gudetama is a Sanrio character who is an egg. The name "Gudetama" translates from Japanese to English as "lazy egg." The name Gudetama is formed from two parts: the first is the ideophone “gudegude” which is used to evoke the impression of something lazy and lacking energy. The second part is from the Japanese word “tamago” which means egg. Gudetama is normally a yolk of a raw egg with a butt crack and a yellow color similar to honey and ripe corn kernels. It has a head with no neck and a body with limbs, but no fingers and toes. Its eyes are drawn like two black beans, appearing lazy. It also has a mouth with no obvious teeth. Gudetama has no gender because it is an unfertilized egg, and is sometimes depicted laying on an egg white as a bed while using bacon as a blanket. Additionally, there are many other depictions of Gudetama corresponding to the various ways of cooking eggs.