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Helsinki, Finland 5.11.2010

My fairest Kitties,

I had such a marvelous evening in a fine company that I just had to share it with you. Wild women, guns, roses – oh, and some glitter and feathers, obviously.

It was an evening in November, that I got to spend with The Itty-Bitty Tease Cabaret.

The wind was cold outside, but the mood steamed up inside of a pub in down-town Helsinki. Two lovely ladies (and a half, the other one was pregnant) invited me in with their kittish winks and soft, alluring bobs.

As the night grew darker, we got to enjoy the beauty of the Finnsh traditional costumes, although, I must admit, the use of it was rather untraditional in hands of lthe ovely miss Vera De Vil... The skirt flew off with cheers from even the shyest of Finns.

The night was not all laughter and play, though. We got scared by a voluptious fugitive by the name of Cherry Dee Licious. Luckily for our heart-rates, it soon became clear that she was not there to kill – but to thrill. Oh, what a crowd-teaser!

Tease each other - with Love,
Miss Tweacle

Helsinki, Finland 21st May 2011

Purrrrrrr, my wily Kitties!

Oh, what a lovely weekend! I was purring in the sun all Saturday, prowling lazily from one food cup to another as homes, shops, officesand salons around in Helsinki had been turned into temporary restaurants for a day in a protest against a multitude of legal and bureaucratical requirements for food establishments.

As the sun began to climb down, I had made my way to a speakeasy on the corner of Secret and Hush-Hush. It was a hat museum, soaring with customers, ordering Glasses of Water, Fruit Juices and Fizzy Drinks from the
ever-so-lovely Miss Fiona Timantti. A milliner and a costumer by day, ambitious vintage fan by night, this lady brings the 1920s and the prohibition law back to life! The appetizers vanished quickly from the tables and the bottles were emptied almost as quickly by thirsty customers. Pardon me, I meant visitors to the museum, of course. It
was almost a shame to leave, could have tried on just one more hat, but all good things must come to an end. Perhaps also better that way, the road has never been as rocky after a Glass of Water...

Tease each other - with Love,
Miss Tweacle

 


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