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Bananas in pyjamas by TERRY S on 29 January 2010 7:19pm
Wondered what your opinion was on this bizzare story:

Re: Bananas in pyjamas by BethGoth17 on 29 January 2010 7:52pm
People who go out in public wearing their pyjamas are just plain weird!
Re: Bananas in pyjamas by peripatetically on 29 January 2010 11:13pm
Well, I believe in freedom, but what's wrong with presently yourself respectfully? How lazy can you be not being willing to dress properly for the occasion?

I know, you'll say one can be a slut or slob in street clothes too, so what's the difference? None, I guess, but I don't think it's asking for the moon to dress accordingly.
Re: Bananas in pyjamas by Spursfan on 29 January 2010 11:42pm
Good for Tesco!!

What sort of person shops in their pjs?Ok, emergencies are different - for example you're a bloke whose pregnant missus craves pickled onions at 3 a.m. and you have none in the house. You put your coat over your jim jams (and hopefully trousers over them too?) and drive to the nearest 24 hour supermarket.

That is different. To shop 'normally' is just plain skutty. The woman in the article looks a right chav!!
Re: Bananas in pyjamas by canaveralgumby on 30 January 2010 2:30pm
What is going to become of our species? We don't need to learn to tie shoes anymore, they're Velcro. Don't have to flush the toilets behind ourselves, they're automatic. Now people feel they don't need to get dressed when they leave their homes. We're all going to turn into Jaba the Hut.
Re: Bananas in pyjamas by suzulu on 30 January 2010 10:50pm
Don't know what the fuss is all about. The pyjamas didn't look too bad to me. Not the slippers though!
Re: Bananas in pyjamas by kazzzz on 31 January 2010 6:38am
Who can tell what are pjs and what are clothes anyway? I was on the freeway today and drove past a bloke who was stark naked (he had sunglasses on though) and drinking a beer! Live and let live!
Re: Bananas in pyjamas by Ken Dunn on 31 January 2010 7:07am
On another topic which suits the title, have you any suggestions for a headache?

I know the cause but my efforts to get it reduced or stopped has been falling on deaf ears for about 2 to 3 years.

I had a sleeping pill last night and a paracetamol a short time ago.
Re: Bananas in pyjamas by kazzzz on 31 January 2010 7:18am
Ken I'd be consulting a doctor if I were you. 2 to 3 years is a long time to have problems like that.
Re: Bananas in pyjamas by ev on 31 January 2010 7:21am
Why do so many people want to control what their fellow human beings want to wear?

We're not even talking about nudity/indecent exposure here. We're talking about what type of cloth people choose to cover their bodies with.

Spursfan: "What sort of person shops in their pjs?"

In China it's very common for people to get out and about, doing their shopping, etc. in their pyjamas. What of it?

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