Man wearing M&S cardigan involved in heroic act
A man wearing an M&S cardigan is reported to have been involved in what witnesses describe as ‘an heroic act’.
The act is said to have involved throwing caution to the winds and to have demonstrated characteristics such as brio, risk, an indifference to social norms and an exceptional spirit of adventure.
But social anthropologists have cast doubt on the reports pointing out that the likelihood of a man wearing an Autograph pure cotton mock layer gingham check cardigan with ribbed hem and cuffs confronting an escaped lion was remote.
Separate reports of several women seen looking admiringly at a man wearing an M&S Blue Harbour pure wool long-sleeved cardigan in charcoal grey have been discounted by anthropologist Dr Sheila Samoa (bright red Sarah Lund jumper).Click to send this story to a friend
Posted: Jan 11th, 2012 by roybland
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