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    No, it takes less than a minute to throw on some clothes.

    I've noticed when shopping in certain areas there are more people pyjama clad and shopping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubs'n'Roses View Post
    I went to Coles the other day with my pjs on however I was wearing a big coat and my pj pants sort of could pass as gym clothes I guess. But I was wearing my slippers. I was after heart burn tablets so I didn't care and walking with the big belly I was sort of given more "damn, you're gonna pop" looks rather than "pjs? Really?"
    I'd definitely sympathize with an about to pop woman, there's not much else that fits or is comfy after a certain time.

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    no shopping, but i do the bus run in my pj's.
    but the school bus driver is pretty relaxed

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    No pj shopping for me.

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    Maybe when I was 5 and my parents carted me to the Video Shop..

    But no... I just couldn't bring myself to leave the house with my Pjs on..
    then again I suppose it all comes down to what you class as "Pjs"
    Trackie dacks and a singlet.. Yeah that might pass...
    But my Pjs are Flannies with flying pigs or what ever other ridiculous design gets put on them
    Sorry.. But no one would see me out in public rocking a lovely set of pink owl Flannies..
    Dh has army print and striped Flannies maybe if we went together that might look hot :lol:
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    I see it at work all the time (service station), and usually its good for a giggle. Mostly it is just robes and pjs so nothing revealing and gross like during the summer time when people come in wearing swimmers that don't cover enough, or just shirtless and in short shorts (awkward ).

    Personally the closest I will get is my tracksuit pants (I live next door to work and if it's late I'll duck over quickly for some milk dressed a little daggy). I always put on my bra though, and try to match my tracksuit pants to a decent shirt. I also make sure everything is clean, especially if I have been cooking or cleaning

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    No. I do wear tracksuits though, but only the sports type.

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    Hmm I guess I can be accused of doing this but in my defensive my PJ's consist of either leggings or trackies and a singlet, then I chuck on an oversized jumper and I look like I'm just in bum out clothes for the cold.

    Id never dream of wearing actual PJ's out of the house though.

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    I have to admit I've done it once or twice when I've needed to grab something from the supermarket late at night. To make things worse not only did I wear my flannel pjs I was so lazy and cold that I also draped small blanket over my shoulders too.

    Ok.....I also did this when I had to pick up my sister from the airport super early in the morning - I was pregnant and honestly didn't care what people thought about my choice of outfit.

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    I wear my yoga pants out but never pjs.

    I think heavily pregnant woman can wear whatever is comfy, whenever they want, wherever they want. They're going through enough without worrying about squishing into jeans lol


 

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