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Wildcat print strikes at Wickedelic Lingerie
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Sep '09
They do claim that a wild cat the size of a Puma stalks the hinterland of Dartmoor with many a sighting of oversized black felines reported in the area - usually late on a Saturday night.

But at the Wickedelic Lingerie warehouse, perched on the very edge of Dartmoor, they find themselves under siege from a wide variety of wild creatures.

Of course, this leading online and mail order supplier of erotic lingerie has nothing to do with real wild animals, nor has there been a mass breakout from Paignton Zoo or Dartmoor Wildlife Park but rather it now offers a wide range of this seasons must have look – animal print effect lingerie.

Nick Gibbens, PR and Online Sales Manager at Wickedelic Lingerie, explains: “Our shelves are full of slips, stockings, tights, leggings, thongs, knickers, chemises, bras in a wide variety of animal print material. Especially popular are Tiger and Leopard effects in a variety of colours and materials.”

Wickedelic Lingerie proudly insists that no actual wild animals were hurt in the making of their highly fashionable garments - as Nick explains. “Here at Wickedelic Lingerie we can safely say that you can wear our beautifully made Leopard and Tiger print, sexy lingerie with a totally clear conscience. All of our garments are made in Continental Europe where they have long since run out of big cats suitable for lingerie manufacturer.”

Removing tongue from cheek Nick continues: “Seriously, the quality and range of our animal print range is quite phenomenal and represents fantastic value for money.”

Wickedelic Lingerie


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