Saturday, January 07, 2017

Wearing pyjamas to the supermarket is absolutely fine

Two women were spotted in Tesco wearing their pyjamas – and people got a bit emotional. Why put your jeans on when you're simply nipping out for eggs? You're only going to get changed again when you return home. Don't interrupt your Snuggle Day for fear of social discourse. Please. It's unecessary.

Whether it's okay to wear PJs to the supermarket is a perpetual conversation. A very British one, too. And this week it was again cast into the limelight thanks to one very angry customer who didn't take kindly to two women who went to a Manchester Tesco in their dressing gowns.
"Dear Tesco, please can you put a rule in place that people like this will not be served in

your stores. It’s bloody disgusting," he declared.
"Who doesn't have time to get changed into clothes to go shopping?"
Plenty of others chimed in, demanding pyjama shoppers repent.
Kirsty Geddis tweeted: “I just don’t understand how anyone can go to the supermarket in their pyjamas."
I understand: because it's 2017, not 1907, and purchasing chocolate chip brioche no longer requires formal attire.
Pyjamas aren't offensive!

What about doing kids school runs in pyjamas?

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