No I wouldn't after the age of 6. I work in retail and when I see people in pyjamas I usually assume they are lazy or really really sick to care
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13-06-2012 07:40 #31
13-06-2012 08:19 #32
I often drive my son to school in my pyjamas. One time I forgot I needed petrol and had to brave the station in them.
13-06-2012 08:33 #33
I saw several people in the local IGA in their pj's at lunchtime on Sunday
When we're driving long distances like out to my parents sometimes i'll just wake my DD up and get her to go straight to the car and go back to sleep. Then she'll get changed at a Macca's on the way.
But personally I always get changed to go to the shops.
13-06-2012 08:55 #34
I can't even let DS go out in pjs to the doctors and I think he's adorable in them. I was never allowed when I was younger so it's not normal to me. I don't wear trackies anywhere other than home or exercising unless I'm going home via somewhere from exercising.
13-06-2012 08:58 #35
No chance would I shop in my PJ's lol
13-06-2012 09:09 #36
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13-06-2012 09:39 #37
Lately I've been going everywhere in trackies and one of fiance's hoodies because nothing else fits. I figure I'm 39 weeks so good luck to anyone who decides to judge me for it...
13-06-2012 09:46 #38Senior Member
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It is not something I would normally do, but it wouldn't be abhorent.
I go by the rule of thumb that PJs dont get warn outside the property boundary - so no I would not normally leave the house in PJs.
It might happen that I had a child that asked for an immediate lift to a train station, and I would just jump in the car and take them - then realise the car is low on fuel so stop at the servo on the way back, and feel mightily embarrassed that I was wearing my PJs at the servo.
Or perhaps an event we attended requested PJs as a costume, then we realise we need supplies for the event enroute so stop at the shops (still dressed in costume). In this situation I wouldn't feel embarrassed because it was costume.
I wouldn't judge anyone else for wearing their PJs in public.
13-06-2012 10:06 #39
No way, no how would I be seen in PJs in public!!!!!
And yes I put my McJudgey pants on to those mothers doing the school run in PJs!!
Honestly how hard is it to chuck some clothes on?
All I think is you literally crawled outta bed two seconds before you had to drive to school!! Lahhhhhazzzzyyyy!
I work shift work and don't get home til nearly midnight after work and I still manage to be dressed to take the kids to school!!!
13-06-2012 10:32 #40
I won't leave the house without make up on, never mind in my pj's, very slack.
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