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So! The Platinum Priestess has repaired Flyboy’s uniform and dressed him in something a little more conservative! Well, maybe a lot more conservative. Like from over a century ago.
Could she have learned anything about Flyboy from his original duds? And what will Flyboy think of his new look?
Tune in this Saturday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀
Not the kind of formal wear to which Mr. Thibeau is accostumed.
Isn’t this a familiar move? Platinum Priestess sure does love playing dress-up with the boys, lol!
Kinda my thought! Maybe “Newises?” Love it. Great page that invites speculation and chatter. You couldn’t ask for a better work.
The outfit is certainly reminiscent of that show.
No. Although he is used to custom tailoring.
We all have our hobbies.
Thank you so much, Bill! I’m really glad you like it!
Apparently, Sircea’s fashion sense froze in the 1920s. That might actually explain her costume… it does look like something out of the Ziegfeld Follies.
For her, the 1920s really weren’t that long ago…
…Huh. That look kinda suits Mitch, in my humble opinion :3
She fixed his suit, you say… I wouldn’t put it past her to enchant clothing. but I have no memory on whether that’s even a thing she can do lmao, I’m just in permanent “I trust her not at all” mode!
I think that is a wise mode to be in around The Platinum Priestess, Julia!
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