About Misty

Hey, I’m Misty. Ever since I voted for Brexit I have been labelled as “anti-establishment”. However, only an idiot would use that expression. If you come to my house on the weekend, you will probably find me wearing an old Che Guevara t-shirt, reading Russian poetry and swigging whisky. I’m a bit of a homebody.

About Misty

Here are a few frequently asked questions so you can get to know me a bit better.

Are you really one of the smartest cats in Singapore?

Mama Flossie is always calling me intelligent. Whilst I am currently studying a PHD in human psychology, I think the real reason Mama Flossie says that is just to suck-up. She is always asking to borrow money!

What is your favourite food?

I’m not much of a foodie. Whilst I don’t mind the odd rib-eye steak or spaghetti bolognese, I am much more into my drinks. Jameson Irish whisky is my favourite. I usually drink it on the rocks or I add a nip to my coffee in the morning. I also appreciate good Australian red wines and I’m partial to a glass of champagne (or two).

Why are you pro Brexit?

I’m anti European Union, not pro Brexit. Concentrated rule can never be a good thing for the masses. Forget about all the anti-foreigner noise that the newspapers like to stir up. It’s all just bollocks to distract us from what is really happening. We should be focusing our energies on eliminating the super wealthy rather than attacking immigrants.

Let me dumb it down for those of you who don’t understand – more power placed in fewer hands is NEVER worth cheaper groceries in the short term. Tesco can screw their Spanish tomatoes!

What do you really think of Mochi?

Sometimes I cannot believe we are even sisters. The last time I lent Mochi a book she used the cover to clean her nails. I’ve tried to encourage Mochi to take an interest in the arts and culture but it is nearly impossible. She is too far up her own arse to care.

Where would you love to travel to?

I’ve always wanted to visit rural China. I speak Mandarin (although it’s a little rusty these days) and I am a disciple of Confucius. If I can save up enough money, I’d like to spend a few months just trekking through Guilin, drinking whisky and writing poetry.

If you want to learn more about me then check out The Family Tree page.