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Marks And Spencer’s Pants

by | 17th, September 2002

‘ANORAK has no axe to grind with Marks and Spencer. Since the launch of our Comfi-Slax range of elasticated trousers for the fuller figure, we have had to endure a constant stream of carping and criticism from the troubled high street retailer, but we have never once felt the need to respond.

Proud to endorse Anorak’s Comfi-Slax range

We prefer to let our product do the talking – and judging by our sales figures, the public certainly seems to be listening.

Now our would-be rivals are resorting to desperate measures, and have brought in David Beckham to front their latest desperate attempt to make an impression on the men’s clothing market.

OK! is doing its bit, with a helpful two-page feature on the launch of Beckham’s DB07 range of cardigans, slippers and – yes, you guessed – adjustable leisure slacks.

”I wanted to create clothes that are different from what you normally expect to see at the store,” explains David, whose role is described as ”hands-on”.

We wish him well of course, and remind readers once again that our new range of gabardine winter wear – as approved by Manchester United ace Sir Bobby Charlton – is available now at very reasonable prices.

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