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    I have played football when I was 9 in a park in my pyjamas bottoms , they noticed
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    I've gone to tescos in my zebra onesie, does that count?
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    No, it is not very classy to do so imo.
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    Yes. I don't care what people think.
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    When I was in year 4, I woke up one morning so tired that I changed into my school uniform without taking my pyjamas off, I didn't notice until last lesson when I had to get ready for PE.
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    everyone where i live does lol, but i never have
    who cares if they're pyjamas, clothes are clothes
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    When I was under 5 yes, since then no and I can't get why people do it takes 2 seconds to put on some clothes.
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    No but I accidentally went outside wearing my slippers instead of my shoes. Luckily, I was on my street when I realized it. :rofl:
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    Yeah, I went in my pyjamas at school, at the supermarket (especially in the summer) while walking my dog and also if I had to drive somewhere really quick.
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    No, it is not very classy to do so imo.
    Wow, I expected better from you. :huff: I've done this several times

    am i not classy enuff 4 u :emo:
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Wow, I expected better from you. :huff: I've done this several times

    am i not classy enuff 4 u :emo:
    Was it to Argos??? :indiff:
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    Literally just went out on my pjamas an hour ago to search for food.
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Was it to Argos??? :indiff:
    To the hospital. I was sick ok :cry: and to Tesco, and to some pub... several places actually. :albertein:
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    I sleep nude but I guess I wear the equivalent of PJs every day....the only time I'm not wearing them is if I'm going out. Tracky bottoms and a soft cotton top is what I wear to uni.
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    Quite frequently off to the 24/7 tesco down the road from me in the middle of night in ma pj's
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    To the hospital. I was sick ok :cry: and to Tesco, and to some pub... several places actually. :albertein:
    It's okay if you do it - I give you a free pass. :emo: I just meant that I wouldn't look good doing it. :hide:
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    Yh, a motorway service station, a petrol station and shopping.
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    I went to the corner shop wearing just a dressing gown.

    Yes, commando and shoeless.

    There was snow on the ground.
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    I go out with my jammie top on underneath my hoody or jacket a lot but I've only been fully out in my jammies once recently when my papa got his transplant phone call and we had to drive him up to Glasgow asap so I just shoved my jacket on and went out in my jammies. I didn't look out of place at the hospital anyway :teehee:
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    Only time I have was on the day of a bake sale for Children in Need.
 
 
 
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