Scientists from the University of Manchester in England have made a startling discovery following intensive tests and surveys in Manchester’s shopping district.
They believe that the influx of cheap clothes, accessories and products from clothing houses such as Primark, H+M and our own personal favourite, Top Shop, which includes the Top Man brand, have led to an epidemic that’s spreading faster than Bird Flu, poverty…
Studies have shown that middle class housewives who visit the now infamous ‘Primarni’ more than 5 times a month have been stricken by a common form of the highly contagious ‘poverty’ flu.
Follow up tests have concluded that unless women within the age range of 18 – 35 slow their spending habits and refrain from opening their purses more than the recommended 63 times in a day’s shopping, they too could be hit with the disease and forced to spend their days working behind the counters instead of in front of them with trolleys full of £2 knickers and elasticated crop tops.
Studies are set to continue as it is feared those most at risk have become immune to the warnings due in no small part to the 'god of fashion,' Gok Wan who continues to champion the rights of the shopping addicted masses.