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Not to be confused with Tissues.

Tissue is a male contestant on Object Overload. He is placed 27th on the Elimination Table, on the same area as Crayon.

Tissue hated everyone and everything prior to his elimination. He was constantly tormented by his arch enemy named Lighter, who used to be friends with him. When he was a clean, happy tissue, he used to be friends with Lighter, but for a very bad reason, Lighter burnt him and turned him into a crumpled, disgusting, filthy, burnt tissue ball. He had no friends and he doesn't want any friends, especially with Kite when he asked the question "used to have friends?"


Tissue appears to be a grayish-blue tissue who is mostly seen wadded. When unwadded, he is shown to have a hole burnt through him, a scar from Lighter's betrayal.


Tissue doesn't seem to like anyone, and hates his team. He is the main bully target of Lighter, whom he was once friends with. Tissue may have been nice at one point before Lighter betrayed him.


In the episode Lost and Found, we learn more about Tissue's past. Lighter and Tissue used to be friends. We can see Lighter in the first photo as nearly the same size as Tissue, but seemingly increases in size until the third photo, so it may have shown Lighter growing up with Tissue (who doesn't change in size at all). We also see Lighter starting to feel indifferent about Tissue in the second photo, then becoming angry at Tissue before his betrayal in the third photo. Lighter then betrays his friend Tissue, burning a hole through him and crumpling him up, turning Tissue into a burnt tissue wad.

This was first hinted in In Deeper Waters since Tissue told Kite that he doesn't want any friends after what happened when he "used to have friends."

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He appears as one of the contestants that were infected by Marker.


  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Ever since Lighter betrayed him back when they used to be friends, Tissue has started to fear him. It also explains why he refuses to have friends in the first place.


  • There is a another one in Inanimate Insanity II called Tissues.
  • He was the first character to die in the original Object Overload, while Pumpkin is the first to die in the reboot.