Do You Have Pajama Days?

Lvstotrvl

Rhode Island
I wear sleep pants n t- shirts to bed, I always get dressed in the morning because it would make me feel real lazy n besides I have to take the dog out a 100 times a day!!
 

chic

SF VIP
Location
U.S.
I'm going to have a jammie day today cuz I need one after yesterday. But I wash and fix my hair, apply full makeup and wear jewelry too. It would probably look hilarious to others but in a pinch I could just throw a coat and shoes on and face anything.

When I'm bona fide sick, I have jammie days with unwashed hair and no makeup. I hate days like that, but I'm too ill to care at the time.

Having a jammie day is not a sign of depression. It's just a form of making some me time IMHO.
 

Lee

Member
Location
Chatham, Ontario
Original Poster
Those people who wear old tattered jammies to Walmart could have an ulterior motive. Lady at the thrift store told me that they have found jammies tucked away by people who use the change rooms to trade their jammies for a nice pair of pants....could happen at Wally World too I suppose.
 

Gary O'

Well-known Member
Location
Oregon
I don't own any PJs (get all twisted up in 'em)
Just have what I call bed shorts...or nuthin'
Daytime, summer, I usually just wear cargo shorts
oh.....and shoes
When I go to town I throw on a tank top
Funny, go shirtless a few months, it feels weird to wear one
Same with long pants

'Pajama day'...….can't
 

treeguy64

Hari Om, y'all!
Location
Austin, TX.
I'm going to have a jammie day today cuz I need one after yesterday. But I wash and fix my hair, apply full makeup and wear jewelry too. It would probably look hilarious to others but in a pinch I could just throw a coat and shoes on and face anything.

When I'm bona fide sick, I have jammie days with unwashed hair and no makeup. I hate days like that, but I'm too ill to care at the time.

Having a jammie day is not a sign of depression. It's just a form of making some me time IMHO.
I never wear make up on my jammy days! :p
 

StarSong

Well-known Member
Was thinking about this thread as I was showering this morning. My routine is to get up, brush my teeth, shower, get dressed, hit the kitchen to start the coffee, blow dry my hair in the bathroom closest to the kitchen (so the noise doesn't wake hubby), pour my coffee, turn on my computer.

Truly, it wouldn't dawn on me to shower and put my sleep clothes back on.
 

jerry old

redneck, but brainy
guys do you remember the slumber parties that the girls used to have?
girls lounge around in PJ's...
boys would arrive, peek in windows, beat on windows, girls would titter,
then admit boys (after they put on robe) the bold girls would remain in their shortie nightgowns-Hupa, Hupa! (circa late 50's & 1960's)
 

jerry old

redneck, but brainy
take op south, but these quotes came from this thread

I've always been infatuated with phrases that encapsulate a mood, a felling, a situation:

post #5 'keep the world out,' (leave me alone-okay or I will eat you alive)

Lynn #14 'Wal-Mart warriors' that captures the entirety of all you need to know

Pecos #24 'not right' until I have a cup of good coffee,'

I am not right until noon if I don't get my coffee, it's abnormal to start the day without coffee, a sin actually=Huh?
 

treeguy64

Hari Om, y'all!
Location
Austin, TX.
Was thinking about this thread as I was showering this morning. My routine is to get up, brush my teeth, shower, get dressed, hit the kitchen to start the coffee, blow dry my hair in the bathroom closest to the kitchen (so the noise doesn't wake hubby), pour my coffee, turn on my computer.

Truly, it wouldn't dawn on me to shower and put my sleep clothes back on.
For some fun, you might try reversing the order of the above: Get up, brush your teeth, get dressed, shower! :p
 


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