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Do people drop their kids at school wearing pyjamas where you live?

I even see them in the supermarkets in pyjamas and fluffy slippers.
AlchemyFox · 36-40, F
I personally don't care. I think we put so much emphasis on appearance it's disgusting. I let my son pick his clothes. He likes these cargo sweatpants, so I got him some different colors and he's comfortable. He still has friends, he's in the accelerated class, he's an awesome kid.

Clothes are just clothes in our house. Hygiene and health are important to us, not style.

Deciding that someone is lazy because they don't wear uncomfortable, overpriced fabric is silly to me.
SatanBurger · 36-40, F
@AlchemyFox [quote]Deciding that someone is lazy because they don't wear uncomfortable, overpriced fabric is silly to me[/quote]

Thank you 😊 💯

Yea clothes are uncomfortable I think, all tight and stiff just like the people who wear them.
AlchemyFox · 36-40, F
@SatanBurger if they feel good in that, good for them. The thought of it makes me cringe 😅 Every time I've dressed formally I feel angry 😂
SatanBurger · 36-40, F
@AlchemyFox Me too haha the formal wear is so uncomfortable 😣
exexec · 61-69, C
Yes. Some women even wear pajamas to the grocery store.
@bijouxbroussard this will be the next phase of IHOP, instead of tables they will have beds

For an added fee they'll even come pick you up, trying not to wake you too much
meggie · F
@BlueGreenGrey in Spain some of the british folk who have retired out there drive around drunk on mobility scooters from pub to pub. They think it's great.
@meggie It is great... for them. They know they'd be arrested for drunk driving at home...
One of the perks of putting your kids in private school is that the parents care A LOT about their appearance.

So, no pajama wearers at my kids’ school. 🙏
@Dusty101 mine used to do that every now and then too. But she’d always put on a robe over it. Had some crazy moments with mom back in the day. 😉
Dusty101 · F
@Trying2MakeSense0fItAll me too! She was a character!
@Dusty101 moms are the best.
SatanBurger · 36-40, F
I work 12 hour days, if I want to wear pjs whenever I'm gonna.
@SatanBurger Can't argue with that. More power to you.
BigImo · 22-25, F
When I was at school kids were lucky if their parents dropped them off at all
BigImo · 22-25, F
@HootyTheNightOwl no problem 😊 I know it's unusual, but I love all my mums and both my dads
@BigImo Yes, it's different to what most of us are used to... but, as long as you are healthy and happy, that's all that matters.

It's much better than those of us who had parents that chose to "Stay together for the children" - then promptly fucked up said children with their abuses of each other and the children.
BigImo · 22-25, F
@HootyTheNightOwl yeah it was a great childhood. I'm very lucky. Never met my biological dad but my mums and dads have more than made up for it 🥰
Dusty101 · F
Yeah, they were on some girl while she was having a pint down the pub the other night! Jayzus!
Degbeme · 70-79, M
@Dusty101 What the fook! 🙄
Dusty101 · F
@Degbeme they're all the rage here in inner city Dublin!
Degbeme · 70-79, M
@Dusty101 How hard is it to put on a proper pair of pants. 🤦‍♂️
TexChik · F
Only on pajama day
TexChik · F
@Degbeme yes in grade school . Its cute
Degbeme · 70-79, M
@TexChik I don`t think they have that here, now I don`t have kids in public school so I could be wrong.
TexChik · F
@Degbeme 😉
whowasthatmaskedman · 70-79, M
Never did. Never would.. I sleep naked..😷
scorpiolovedeep · 46-50, M
We should allow people to wear what they are comfortable with.

Plus for a moment think of them,they might have had a bad night of sleep with cranky kids. You never know what is happening in their lives.
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Degbeme · 70-79, M
Yes and yes I have seen them wear them while shopping. 🙄
meggie · F
@Degbeme my posh neighbour complained to Waitrose last summer as the sight of a large pot-bellied man wearing only pyjama bottoms while reading The Sun newspaper greeted her as she entered the store.
MarineBob · 56-60, M
I didn't plan on doing anything today so I wore house shoes to work
SatanBurger · 36-40, F
@MarineBob That's the only correct way to wear house shoes, seems comfy
Layabouts on benefits in my area. The never get dressed unless they have to
SunshineGirl · 36-40, F
Most children live near enough to walk to our local schools, so you'd have to be pretty attached to your pyjamas to insist on that in January 🥶

My sister once carried out the dreaded threat of sending her daughter to school in pjs when she wouldn't cooperate in getting ready. Only trouble being that my 7 yo niece thought it was the coolest thing ever 🤣
VisionQuest · 51-55, M
Definitely a rhing here in the midwest.
Ironicman · 56-60, M
Yes, can be spotted a mile off. Usually driving SUVs they can't drive properly aNd park illegally. Often sporting Croydon Facelifts. Show little interests in their kids as glued to phone or talking gobby to other mums of similar ilk
I'll be wearing whatever I feel comfortable wearing. Decades of my mother's abuse taught me to do the opposite of what people want me to do.

It's even better for me if I know that it gets up someone's nose... I love living in their heads rent free.
Sanatio · F
lmfao 🤣 💀
JoyfulSilence · 46-50, M
Apparently pajamas are proper nouns, too.

This [i]is[/i] a school, right? Great education! Of course they had to capitalize school, too.
Make sure you change your pajamas everyday just incase you get into an accident. Holy Cats 🙀
Fluffybull · F
Last night we someone in a pink dressing gown and slippers at the automated tills in Asda!!!! 😱😱😱
On PJ day sure, otherwise, Jeans or Kakis for my son
@MyMonstersAreReal It seems that the emphasis is more on what you, as his parent, wears when you drop him off to me. 🤔🤔🤔
Jenny1234 · 51-55, F
Yes they do and I too have seen women wearing pj’s to the supermarket
Dunno but they sure wear them in Walmart. Disgusting 🤢 🥴
Applepiedom · 56-60, M
Yes here all the time. House shoes and curlers.
I’ve not seen it. But I admit it’s been awhile now since I’ve been near a school.
iamonfire696 · 41-45, F
It gets very cold here and no. We know how to dress for winter. It’s winter clothes, not PJ’s.

My kids will wear PJ’s to school when they have PJ day but that’s it.
iamonfire696 · 41-45, F
@meggie Summer gets pretty hot but average is usually around 28 C to 32 C.
meggie · F
@iamonfire696 so roughly about the same as England, but your winters are more harsher. Thanks
iamonfire696 · 41-45, F
@meggie so harsh except for this year. It was cold on Halloween and now it’s getting colder today.
I dunno about kids but I've seen grown ass adults out shoping in PJ's 🤦‍♀️

I'm lazy, but I'm not [i]that[/i] lazy
FeetAreFantastic · 41-45, M
I sleep naked so it's a good thing I don't have kids
MethDozer · M
Yes unfortunately. I think it sets a bad example personally. Lazy
MethDozer · M
@Dusty101 My one friend would agree with you. He get's heated about it. I'm not that passionate about it but I do kinda find it showing a lack of self respect and just sorta lazy and unprepared. I mean running out to the deli across the street to get milk at 11pm is one thing but going to work, school, out for the day? Come on, get it together.

So you whatever it is, your right but at the same time don't act like you aren't sending the world a messege.
Dusty101 · F
@MethDozer agreed! My mom would drop me to school in her nighty! I'd be mortified asking her to drop me at the end of the street! Oh no she's stop and crank down her window having the chats with other parents! I'd be slipping down on the seat cringing! However she never went and did the weekly shop or went to the pub like that! Thank Fook! 🤣
MethDozer · M
@Dusty101 yeah I'd be embarrassed as fuck if mom did that.

 
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