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    i love wearing pyjama sets they're girly and cute. i suppose for a girl its different for a guy, my 15 year old brother sometimes walks around in them when he thinks no ones around lol, its not a nice sight...
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    (Original post by Ekno)
    hahaha i need that freedom the thin, small ones give though
    Yeah but at home:

    Freedom with just thick boxers > freedom with thin boxers and clothes
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Yeah but at home:

    Freedom with just thick boxers > freedom with thin boxers and clothes
    ayy thats some legit thinking there
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    I used to wear just PJs but since about 14 years of age I've had to wear something to cover up my crotch (i.e. dressing gown), otherwise I'd feel awkward walking around my family with a very noticeable bulge. There's no way I could just wear boxers, as I'd be dangling out the legs. It was my biggest fear in high school changing rooms, so much so that I had to wear extra-long boxers on PE days. I know that it happened a few times too, but nobody would laugh out about catching a glimpse. That was the least of my crotch-related troubles in PE too #smallpenisenvy
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    I usually wear a silk nightie but pyjamas when it's alot colder. I guess it's not weird
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    (Original post by george-90)
    I used to wear just PJs but since about 14 years of age I've had to wear something to cover up my crotch (i.e. dressing gown), otherwise I'd feel awkward walking around my family with a very noticeable bulge. There's no way I could just wear boxers, as I'd be dangling out the legs. It was my biggest fear in high school changing rooms, so much so that I had to wear extra-long boxers on PE days. I know that it happened a few times too, but nobody would laugh out about catching a glimpse. That was the least of my crotch-related troubles in PE too #smallpenisenvy
    What did I just read?!
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    I usually wear a silk nightie but pyjamas when it's alot colder. I guess it's not weird
    Lol it's not really the same as wearing boxers lol

    But thanks for saying it's not weird YAY
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    (Original post by george-90)
    I used to wear just PJs but since about 14 years of age I've had to wear something to cover up my crotch (i.e. dressing gown), otherwise I'd feel awkward walking around my family with a very noticeable bulge. There's no way I could just wear boxers, as I'd be dangling out the legs. It was my biggest fear in high school changing rooms, so much so that I had to wear extra-long boxers on PE days. I know that it happened a few times too, but nobody would laugh out about catching a glimpse. That was the least of my crotch-related troubles in PE too #smallpenisenvy
    Casually suggesting you have a foot long lol
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    (Original post by AthiaKarim)
    I wear pjs. They're fun. They're cool. Especially when they're spongebob ones. You should invest in some
    im wearing my spongebob ones now
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    What did I just read?!
    A candid comment about my troubles with pyjamas and underwear which is, as far as I am aware, absolutely relevant to the current discussion. Many girls don't realise the troubles that a lot of males have to go through to appear decent. How would you feel if you had a camel toe on show all the time in pyjamas, underwear, and PE shorts?
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    Pjymas are comfortable to wear but I usually wear joggers and a t-shirt
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    I wear leggings and a top, then pyjamas for bedtime.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Yeah it is cold af now especially becaus the central heating at home is pretty awful, but what can you do. It's usually manageable and in the summer it's an advantage to not have to wear any actual clothes apart from essentials.

    the socks aren't actually allowed in my school (black socks only) but no one obeys that rule anyway lol I am such a lad
    Seriously WTF your parents tell you to not wear PJs even though your central heating is bad?
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    Looking at the comments, it seems this is way more 'normal' than I imagined.
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    I own and wear pajamas and yet I never sleep in them
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    (Original post by Mystery.)
    Looking at the comments, it seems this is way more 'normal' than I imagined.
    Yeah but you're a girl. Guys don't wear as much clothing at home, usually
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Yeah but you're a girl. Guys don't wear as much clothing at home, usually
    Yeah that's the point, I thought they did.
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    (Original post by Sayed0123)
    Seriously WTF your parents tell you to not wear PJs even though your central heating is bad?
    My central heating is pretty bad so the house is often cold during some days and at night. But I don't have any PJs at home so I stay in my boxers and just get used to the temperature. If it's really cold I might put on a pair of old trousers

    My parents don't force me and bro to not wear PJs LOL they just told me there's no point because we're both guys so no need to really cover up anything except the essentials. Plus there's less laundry that needs to be done- which is a big plus since that's my chore haha

    Anyway, try wearing boxers you might actually find it convenient and it's Eco friendly
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    My central heating is pretty bad so the house is often cold during some days and at night. But I don't have any PJs at home so I stay in my boxers and just get used to the temperature. If it's really cold I might put on a pair of old trousers

    My parents don't force me and bro to not wear PJs LOL they just told me there's no point because we're both guys so no need to really cover up anything except the essentials. Plus there's less laundry that needs to be done- which is a big plus since that's my chore haha

    Anyway, try wearing boxers you might actually find it convenient and it's Eco friendly
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    You're a bit of a special snowflake aren't ya
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    (Original post by Sayed0123)
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    You're a bit of a special snowflake aren't ya
    It is eco friendly though
 
 
 
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