Should women wear pajamas in public?

Created by Lady on Dec 26, 2012

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No they look like trash.

Yes, who cares if they look like bag ladies

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Lady

Greeneville, TN

#1 Dec 26, 2012
Go to Walmart or any other store in Greeneville and you will see two kinds of women.

One kind is dressed sharp in a dress or jeans tucked into sexy boots with nice makeup and hair styled and just looks great. They take pride in how they look and show confidence and attract everyone's eye.

The other kind is wearing pajamas with messy hair (obviously not brushed out in weeks) and no makeup and looks like some kind of white trash that crawled out of a sewer. People shudder and turn away from these eyesores. Pajamas are for the bedroom not for shopping trips in public!

What's up ladies? You say that you can't find a good man but then you walk around looking like a bag lady that lives in a cardboard box!

I take the time to look my best and really it is not that hard or time-consuming once you have a routine.

Take some pride in yourself and your appearance and you will go far, and have a happier life to boot.
pappy

Stanley, NC

#2 Dec 26, 2012
Hell no. If they only knew how stupid they looked, and the image it portrays. Thing is, some of my wife's family members do this and they are pure springer style filth with the drama, specially on Facebook, the multiple marriages,the drugs, bastard children,ex cons,you name it.
Whatever

Johnson City, TN

#3 Dec 26, 2012
I don't think they should wear anything.
southern gal

Matthews, NC

#4 Dec 26, 2012
What about a bra?? Cover them or let them puppies run free?? And let them hang to your knees??
capon

Johnson City, TN

#5 Dec 26, 2012
Shopping is drudgery, not a fashion show
Are you kidding

Greeneville, TN

#6 Dec 26, 2012
No, they should not wear PJ's out in town.
sick of seeing it

Fort Campbell, TN

#7 Dec 26, 2012
No, pj's should NOT be worn out in oublic...nobody wants to see this!

Since: Dec 12

York, SC

#8 Dec 26, 2012
I've had requests for my pajamas to be worn in public but I'm not comfortable prancing around Food City in a corset & thigh high fishnet stockings & heels....

Seriously though, I usually dress better walking my dog than many women who looked like they just fell out of a pill clinic, meth house, crack house, etc. I almost never go anywhere without nice clothes, conservative makeup & my hair styled.....all the good it does me! LOL LOL LOL!

“is your friend ”

Since: Mar 12

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#9 Dec 26, 2012
NO! I have more class.
Alyagotado

Greeneville, TN

#10 Dec 26, 2012
Nita Mann wrote:
I've had requests for my pajamas to be worn in public but I'm not comfortable prancing around Food City in a corset & thigh high fishnet stockings & heels....
Seriously though, I usually dress better walking my dog than many women who looked like they just fell out of a pill clinic, meth house, crack house, etc. I almost never go anywhere without nice clothes, conservative makeup & my hair styled.....all the good it does me! LOL LOL LOL!
There were even girls wearing their pajamas to class in college. I've even had some wear them to work. But that was at Plus Mark. Probably a BFOQ for sex with their bosses. It does seem to appear like they are lazy. I wouldn't go shopping in my bedroom attire. But I sleep in the raw. I only shop after work or when I'm drunk, so it doesn't bother me that much. Nita Mann needs to save her undies for my bedroom. Where she can wear them in style...briefly.

“I've Always Been This Stupid”

Since: May 12

Greeneville TN

#11 Dec 26, 2012
I personally don't care if a woman wears pajamas to shop. Are they supposed to dress nicely to impress you? If they are comfortable and not got half their stomach hanging out who cares? The only difference between yoga pants and pajamas is the design on them. Yet no one complains about yoga pants or sweatpants.
your future x wife

Fort Campbell, TN

#12 Dec 26, 2012
Actually, P2BN, I have zebra striped yoga pants. The fold over is solid black.
I wear them in public. They're cute!
ClassyLady

Johnson City, TN

#13 Dec 26, 2012
Sure, if they have no class !

Since: Dec 12

York, SC

#14 Dec 26, 2012
Alyagotado wrote:
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There were even girls wearing their pajamas to class in college. I've even had some wear them to work. But that was at Plus Mark. Probably a BFOQ for sex with their bosses. It does seem to appear like they are lazy. I wouldn't go shopping in my bedroom attire. But I sleep in the raw. I only shop after work or when I'm drunk, so it doesn't bother me that much. Nita Mann needs to save her undies for my bedroom. Where she can wear them in style...briefly.
BRIEF ly, no pun intended! Lol lol! I probably wore sweat pants through my many years of college just 3-4times & that was during finals & staying up all night to get papers done. I remember some of my classmates who burned the midnight oil in the library wore jammies. Omg that was tooooo long ago!!!

My theory was to always look together so professors would find me more credible & be willing to suggest me for potential employment. It worked! Let's be real, SOME people are only in college to get government money. They are on pell grants, not paying a dime of their own money & sucking on the gov tata for a free ride. Those types didn't care about projecting a professional image for would-be employment. Daggone it! I just realized why I finished so high in my class! Guess I wasn't so smart after all if it took me 20 yrs to realize I was surrounded by chronic underachievers! Hahaha :)
Alyagotado

Greeneville, TN

#15 Dec 26, 2012
I still haven't figured out what that has to do with you shucking those flannels before I work you like a waffle cone. The college part is over, but your education has just begun...

Since: Dec 12

York, SC

#16 Dec 26, 2012
Alyagotado wrote:
I still haven't figured out what that has to do with you shucking those flannels before I work you like a waffle cone. The college part is over, but your education has just begun...
Spoken like a true romantic....working me like a waffle cone! Buhwah hahaha! I love flannel but I almost always sleep in the buff. I do rely on flannel sheets to keep me warm given I've been flying my broom solo for a few years now.

“Listen, Think, Speak.”

Since: Aug 12

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#17 Dec 27, 2012
Nita Mann wrote:
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BRIEF ly, no pun intended! Lol lol! I probably wore sweat pants through my many years of college just 3-4times & that was during finals & staying up all night to get papers done. I remember some of my classmates who burned the midnight oil in the library wore jammies. Omg that was tooooo long ago!!!
My theory was to always look together so professors would find me more credible & be willing to suggest me for potential employment. It worked! Let's be real, SOME people are only in college to get government money. They are on pell grants, not paying a dime of their own money & sucking on the gov tata for a free ride. Those types didn't care about projecting a professional image for would-be employment. Daggone it! I just realized why I finished so high in my class! Guess I wasn't so smart after all if it took me 20 yrs to realize I was surrounded by chronic underachievers! Hahaha :)
I hear the curriculum at McDonald's Hamburger University is pretty tough.

Since: Dec 12

United States

#18 Dec 27, 2012
GSP_trpr wrote:
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I hear the curriculum at McDonald's Hamburger University is pretty tough.
No pun intended, but I don't know what your "beef" with me is!

“I'd like to propose a toaster”

Since: Oct 12

Chuckey, Tennessee

#19 Dec 28, 2012
Nothing says "No way my sloppy ass is making any attempt to look presentable" like wearing pajamas in public. They all look like slobs, every last one of them. With that said, I would much rather see pajamas in public than saggy pants down to the ground, with butt crack hanging out. What's next, sagging PJ's? How low can society go?
Dont look

Johnson City, TN

#20 Dec 28, 2012
I'd suggest finding something else to focus on. Like whatever brought you to town in the first place. I often go places in my PJs. I have multiple health problems. One of which being a mass on my brain. You will often see me with yesterday's makeup on and my hair not combed but you can tell it was done yesterday. I suffer greatly and having to get dressed to go somewhere is unbareable. Shall I stay home so you don't have to look at my nice new PJs that don't show anything more than dress or jeans. I tell ya what if it makes your shopping expirence more pleasant I'll let my children do without milk and pull ups. Or you feel the physical pain I do every day an we'll see how often your hair is done, you wear your sexy boots and a face full of make up. I don't enjoy looking this way. I'm not on drugs and I've been up in pain since 7 this morning. My husband is currently in route to the nearest store for Motrin for our daughter. If he were not off for the Holidays, I'd be the one in route to the store in my PJs! The next time you see someone in town in their Pjs approach them and ask if they made the post. If you're lucky enough to run into me I promise to quickly jerk the right side of my pJs down so you can pucker up and kiss ass. Walk a day in my house slippers then we'll see what you have to say about what someone looks like.

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