Discussion in 'Current Affairs & Debate' started by Sild, Jan 28, 2010.
What a WEIRD WOMAN. Put some proper clothes on!
Keep the RIFF RAFF out
Popping in for a PACK OF FAGS indeed
No, and that woman is a scruffy cow.
How very odd - I didn't realise people DID THAT?
having worked in tesco for six years, i've seen it plenty of times.
She doesn't deserve to LIVE, never mind shop in her pyjamas.
I'd prefer to see someone shopping in their pyjamas than seeing big fat sweaty topless men in summer, though.
I saw a girl in Asda's at the weekend in pyjamas. Fair enough if it was 10pm or 11pm i guess but it was 4pm on a Saturday :daf:
Eurgh don't even mention that
I mean why would you go out of your house in your pyjamas? it just labels you as a DREADFUL LAZY CUNT
She's a disgrace to humanity.
If you're too scruffy and common to be allowed into TESCO you've got serious problems.
I don't really care what other people do as long as they don't try and hit me
No I would NOT
I do. I'm very judgemental.
Some people CAN actually pull it off. I hate them.
I'd never go to the Supermarket like that but I have run across to the local shop barefoot as it's just across the road.
I had no idea this existed
I know sme friends at uni used to go to the corner shop in their PJs sometimes but i didn't know it was common. The inbred woman at work says she does and loads of people she knows do too. UGH
In fairness, I went to the wine shop across from my old flat in my pyjamas once. But seeing as I was good friends with the guy working there and even had TICK at that store, there was no need to be proud.
It's quite often Council people, perhaps their beneifts don't stretch to everyday clothing once they've splashed out on thier special brew.
Nipping round the corner or over the road to the corner shop for milk or fags isn't on the same level as driving or walking to a large supermarket where there will be lots of people to do you weekly shop. It's just fucking laziness.
There's NO excuse.
I have been to the supermarket once in my pj's, but there was a group of us and it was 4am and was kind of a dare.
Basically, when I am not in public, I live in pjs. I will wake up on weekends, shower, then put clean pjs on if I am not going anywhere. I have a ridiculous amount of pjs and 'lounging' two pieces.
I wish it was socially acceptable to wear PJs to the shops.
I know which option I'D ACTIVELY PREFER and it certainly isn't some JIM JAMMED SLATTERN slopping out for 20 PETER STUYVESANT
Me and one of my old housemates did this once, but only because it was New Year's Day at like 11am and we desperately wanted stuff for a fry up to cure our rotten heads. It was oddly quite busy though and i was ever so shamed.
So as a general rule i wouldn't, but i don't think Supermarkets should ban it. I think there's something nicely surreal about seeing people wandering around the supermarket in their bedclothes (as long as they're not too tatty).
A dress code for food shopping; how RIDICULOUS.
I'd just say "THIS IS MY DAYWEAR. THANK YOU AND GOOD DAY"
I sleep naked so NO.
I have no problem with anyone else doing it, however.
I've done it plenty of times. I have very nice pyjamas though.
It was very regular around the student area that I lived. But then it wouldn't be fair for me to say it's ok for students doing it at midday, probably having just woken up, and not for others to do it at the same time because they have kids.
That said, is it REALLY too much hassle to just put some jeans/jogging bottoms and a t-shirt on?
Loads of people round here go to the corner shop in their jamas (council estate) and just this morning I saw a woman taking the kids to school with pink pyjama bottoms and ugg boots on.
Nothing up top?
A coat with a hood up because it was bombing down.
This made me proper lol.
I sleep naked, myabe I should go shopping in MY pyjamas.
I don't even like to leave the house with my glasses on, let alone my pyjamas.
I'm sure there's a health issue about combining food and the clothes you sleep in. I mean, it's as bad as me going shopping wrapped in a bed sheet and draping it over the tomatoes.
I sleep naked too, but I have lounge wear which is pyjama like. I still wouldn't go to the shops in it though.
I'd rather be naked all the time in the house but I'm not sure my flatmates would appreciate it.
going out in pyjamas is a FASHION STATEMENT in certain no-go areas of Liverpool and has been for YEARS
I'm not even making it up
where's VoR, he's from Bootle, he'll tell you...
It's just occurred to me too. Not only does this rancid old boot go to Tesco in her sweaty skidmarked PJs, she is also happy to be photographed by the NATIONAL PRESS in them. I mean... seriously... what's wrong with these people!? No shame.
maybe she wears a diaper too
It's like going out in your UNDERPANTS, being told not to and then complaining about it.
These people should take a leaf out of the HOMOSEXUAL SHOPPING book, of which there is a whole chapter on wearing your best clothes to go shopping in a supermarket.