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Hi, I am 27 and I wanted to know something.

I often go out late at night or early morning to supermarkets like ASDA in my pyjamas and slippers or pyjamas with my flip flops. this is often at last minute when I suddenly realise I need to go for a few bits and my clothes aren't available, i.e. in the washing machine or dirty or whatever. Sometimes Admit I am too lazy to bother to change just to nip out to the shops and it is usually later in the night which doesn't seem so bad.

occasionally I get the double look of surprise from a very small minority but overall the vast majority of people don't seem to mind and I even see more people than I used to wear their ( sleep clothes as my nephew calls them ) around the supermarket and public.

I have a friend who says it is a bit odd but everyone else seems to accept it.

what do you think ?
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totally fine any time of day tbh. Only an issue if you care what people think
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I'd see it as odd but I wouldn't really mind either. I don't remember ever seeing someone in the supermarket in their pyjamas though
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Its a free country, and there is no dress code or uniform to enter asda, so you are free to do what you want I guess.

If anyone looks at you funny just ignore them, ur having a lazy day and you want to be comfy so be comfy.
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It's perfectly fine! It doesn't matter what other people think, you just do you even if others think its weird

F*ck what society considers the ''norm'' lol.
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Its scummy and lazy.
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The real question is do you care what everyone else thinks? If you do then I wouldn't to it as it is a bit weird. If you don't then crack on.
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Yeah I think it is a bit odd but it is also okay, do it if you want.
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(Original post by Cleverboy1991)
Hi, I am 27 and I wanted to know something.

I often go out late at night or early morning to supermarkets like ASDA in my pyjamas and slippers or pyjamas with my flip flops. this is often at last minute when I suddenly realise I need to go for a few bits and my clothes aren't available, i.e. in the washing machine or dirty or whatever. Sometimes Admit I am too lazy to bother to change just to nip out to the shops and it is usually later in the night which doesn't seem so bad.

occasionally I get the double look of surprise from a very small minority but overall the vast majority of people don't seem to mind and I even see more people than I used to wear their ( sleep clothes as my nephew calls them ) around the supermarket and public.

I have a friend who says it is a bit odd but everyone else seems to accept it.

what do you think ?
Nah, you are fine. I’ve seen it a few times in Asda. It’s open 24/7 and often seen people in there in their pyjamas.
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Its scummy and lazy.
Misery guts.
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Everyone slaughtered the Scousers when this trend came to Liverpool about 5 years ago (edit: probably longer, I recall the fuss around when I started uni, so 8 years ago), now yous are all fine with it. Mental.

Just get dressed.
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I’ve seen a few mums at the school gate in their pyjamas and onesies when I’ve dropped one of the grandchildren off for school.
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I’ve seen a few mums at the school gate in their pyjamas and onesies when I’ve dropped one of the grandchildren off for school.
Where are you living? Honestly, that is disgustingly lazy.
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Where are you living? Honestly, that is disgustingly lazy.
Its always been a thing, some parents live close to the school but spend all their time getting the kids ready, then quickly dropping their kids off so that they could go back home and get ready themselves. My parents never did this persay but you can't really judge a person before you understand their reason behind it I guess.
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Where are you living? Honestly, that is disgustingly lazy.
I thought it was a bit odd at first, but then it seemed to become a thing. When that happens, it becomes more acceptable. I wouldn’t do it. It doesn’t affect me, so it doesn’t bother me. That’s how I see it.
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Its always been a thing, some parents live close to the school but spend all their time getting the kids ready, then quickly dropping their kids off so that they could go back home and get ready themselves. My parents never did this persay but you can't really judge a person before you understand their reason behind it I guess.
I don't understand why 'per se' is in there. Surely they either did it or they did not?
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Its always been a thing, some parents live close to the school but spend all their time getting the kids ready, then quickly dropping their kids off so that they could go back home and get ready themselves. My parents never did this persay but you can't really judge a person before you understand their reason behind it I guess.
It's just indecent in my opinion to go out like that.
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I thought it was a bit odd at first, but then it seemed to become a thing. When that happens, it becomes more acceptable. I wouldn’t do it. It doesn’t affect me, so it doesn’t bother me. That’s how I see it.
Something only becomes acceptable because other people find it acceptable. As there is no law regarding it, it will just be deviant in the eyes of many
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It's Asda so it's fine.

Legit though, I assume you are wearing your pyjamas because once you get home you want to lay about and relax, and may even wear those pyjamas to bed. Why would you want to be lounging about/getting in bed with clothes that you've walked around outside with?
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Hi, I am 27 and I wanted to know something.

I often go out late at night or early morning to supermarkets like ASDA in my pyjamas and slippers or pyjamas with my flip flops. this is often at last minute when I suddenly realise I need to go for a few bits and my clothes aren't available, i.e. in the washing machine or dirty or whatever. Sometimes Admit I am too lazy to bother to change just to nip out to the shops and it is usually later in the night which doesn't seem so bad.

occasionally I get the double look of surprise from a very small minority but overall the vast majority of people don't seem to mind and I even see more people than I used to wear their ( sleep clothes as my nephew calls them ) around the supermarket and public.

I have a friend who says it is a bit odd but everyone else seems to accept it.

what do you think ?
I think it is wrong. Shops should refuse to serve you. You sound like a tramp. Have some pride in yourself.
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