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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    you don't get to decide what constitutes as my leisure time, or where my leisure time should occur. Shopping is leisure. If I want to go out shopping in cute booty shorts then that's my business, not yours.
    Not when I see you half naked in front of me at the tills. In that case, we've got a wee little externality problem on our hands.
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    It honestly doesn't bother me seeing people wearing their jammies to the supermarket. I go to Tesco to get my shopping, not to bloody judge people on what they wear. It's a shop, not a fashion show.

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    Yeah, can we not restrict what people wear? We already know nudity isn't allowed, everything else should be fine as long as a person is covered up.
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    How are people getting triggered over a piece of f**king fabric? :rofl: :rofl:

    0to100 a gorgeous fur hat.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    I LUV IT :rofl:
    adorable that is, now what's occasion? Snow? lol

    and do you hve a hat like that
    Thanks.
    I'm not sure haha. I needed to find another picture of her which looked sufficiently b****y. :rofl:

    I don't, sadly.
    I only have a bobble hat with snowflakes on it.
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    What does it honestly matter what people wear to the shops, serious question. Just mind your business and buy your milk cos.

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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Thanks.
    I'm not sure haha. I needed to find another picture of her which looked sufficiently b****y. :rofl:

    I don't, sadly.
    I only have a bobble hat with snowflakes on it.
    :toofunny: you mean like a beanie with the rabbit tail thing on it and snowflakes designs? lol omg I cant imagine that

    I'm curious what Emmas valentines day outfit is gonna look like haha

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    (Original post by 0to100)
    :toofunny: you mean like a beanie with the rabbit tail thing on it and snowflakes designs? lol omg I cant imagine that

    I'm curious what Emmas valentines day outfit is gonna look like haha

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    Yep. I look cute, of course.

    Wait and see.

    Okay, sorry OP.
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    I've worn my pyjamas to the shop before, it don't exactly matter, mind your own business and do your shopping, its not like ur walking around naked or something.
    No they shouldn't be banned, it's just clothing, not tht deep.
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    (Original post by cherryred90s)
    'Bloody disgusting!' Outraged customer posts picture of women shopping in Tesco in their pyjamas - but faces backlash for taking 'photos of strangers'

    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.dai...?client=safari

    These women in the picture later said it was an 'attack on their culture' because they're travellers.

    Does it really matter what you wear when you go shopping?
    It's a free country. People should wear what they like so long as they're not naked! That's why I like the Scandinavians they are a lot more liberal when it comes to things like this.

    I've nothing in the world against people wearing night dress PJs etc in public.

    I was however quite angry last summer when my friend was told to leave the Jobcentre on a hot summer day last year for being topless.

    Long live Scandinavian tolerance!
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    Chris Cook is bananas. Bananas in pyjamas.
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    People really do ought be slightly more well dressed when going outside. I wouldn't want to second someone in their pyjamas while I'm shopping.
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    No, just like women who choose to wear the niqaab shouldn't be banned from doing so, different country similar issue.
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    I used to go shopping in my pajamas all the time, and I'm not even joking
    I used to live close to a corner shop (co-op) and I'd be down there literally in a dressing gown if I felt like not many people would be around
    I'd get the odd look or two but what was I doing wrong? nuth'n
    so why should I have had to put "normal clothes" on if I wanted a snack at like 10pm at night?
    have a bit of respect - it's my life, not yours. how on earth is it your business what other people wear or don't wear?
    even if I think, for instance, the niqab is disgraceful, I'll never say we should ban it, just like nudity. it's honestly not the state's or anybody's business. it's not a matter of public business whatsoever seeing as it is inherently private
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    (Original post by Miser101)
    No, just like women who choose to wear the niqaab shouldn't be banned from doing so, different country similar issue.
    yeah exactly, I was actually just saying that myself :lol: if we want freedom, we can't just pick and choose
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    no

    people need to stop caring so much
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    Why are they acting like they wore bras and knickers to Tesco :rofl:
    Not my problem what other people wear in public, it doesn't affect me :hmmm:
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    (Original post by cherryred90s)
    'Bloody disgusting!' Outraged customer posts picture of women shopping in Tesco in their pyjamas - but faces backlash for taking 'photos of strangers'

    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.dai...?client=safari

    These women in the picture later said it was an 'attack on their culture' because they're travellers.

    Does it really matter what you wear when you go shopping?
    While I'd find it a bit strange to see people wearing pyjamas and dressing gowns shopping, at the end of the day it's up to them what they wear. They're not hurting anyone by doing it, and I really think that people should be more tolerant!
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    This is not only a British phenomenon. Some Chinese people wear pyjamas in their neighbourhood in warm weather. They walk to the corner shop or play cards. The government was concerned about the public image to visitors and tourists. Prior to the Beijing Olympics, there was a state sponsored campaign to refrain from wearing pyjamas in public.
 
 
 
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