Society Woes

Wearing Pajama Bottoms Outside

Ok,  I know wearing wearing pajama bottoms out of the house is a thing now.

Teens, yes, but I’ve seen plenty of young adults too. I know it’s majority female but I see some males too.

How can I unThingafy it?

There’s something disturbing about seeing someone in flannel pants with Mickey Mouse heads, soccer balls or Big Bang Theory-themed “Bazinga!” walking down the street, getting a sandwich or picking up dry cleaning.

How does it work? Are they wearing the same ones that they just slept in last night/going to sleep in that night? Because that’s,  you know,  gross.

As they say in my grandparents boot-shaped motherland… Fa schifo! (Or the Americanized version,  SHKEEVATZ!)

Or are they special pajama bottoms that are only worn outside? If so, then now I finally have reason to use the excision: facepalm.

I know we have Freedom of Expression. What are they expressing?

Laziness. Put on some pants, shorts, skirt, etc.

I know pajama bottoms are  comfortable,  but come on, people, join society.

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57 thoughts on “Wearing Pajama Bottoms Outside

  1. I resemble that remark!! lol, anyways I am guilty of wearing Pajama Bottoms out doors, even dare I say out to refuel my car and grab a jug of milk at the one and only gas bar in the village!! Mine are heavy flannels …I know , OH THE HUMANITY!! …sad but true

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  2. Funny observation…it is sorta icky that people wear the same pants to sleep in that they then wear out! I actualy wore my pajama bottoms to do laundry in my building the other day…didn’t even realize at first that I had them on. It’s become completely the norm. I’m torn on whether I like the easyness myself or am grossed out when everyone’s doing it :p

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  3. Ah, I’d look into that but they’re not my style…I only do the ‘accidental pajama bottom wear.’ 😉 However, I will now assume that people wearing them outside are wearing the ‘cute specific external ones’..if only to give people the benefit of the doubt…

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  4. I was trying to reply to your last post but I kept getting a strange message… This is what I wrote:

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      1. I’m news-free but I saw the headlines when I was searching images some time ago.
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