There are some people who are very staunch in their pajama in public ideals.
Many believe that PJs are strictly for the house only and that wearing them outside (mostly to Walmart) is just not classy.
I’m a bit more lenient. I mean, if you are having a hangover-don’t-want-to-go-outside weekend, then heading to Wawa in your pajamas isn’t TOTALLY awful. I mean, if you’re JUST going out for a meatball hoagie, I don’t think you lose all of your self-respect if you’re also wearing polar bear pajamas. Let’s just not make a habit out of it, OK?
The man who robbed an International House of Pancakes in pajama pants on Friday night was arrested Saturday after holding up a Starbucks and a convenience store and in a span of 30 minutes, according to the Allentown Police Department.
Todd Singley, 41, of Milford, N.J, is charged with armed robbery in all three incidents, Assistant Chief Daniel Warg said.
More to this point…
Walmart is an unacceptable place to wear your pajamas due to the volume of the things you can buy. It’s by no means a “classy” place, but since you could pretty much buy anything you want there minus automobiles, it just doesn’t feel right to have your pajamas on.
Gas stations, being somewhat limited in what you can purchase, seem to be a more acceptable place to wear pajamas. And convenient stores, with their mid range of things to buy, really are the limit of where you can wear pajamas in public.
And you can’t mill about. The shorter you’re there, the better.
Oh, if you’re a student in college, you can wear pajamas pretty much whenever you want. So, take advantage of that. Because, when you graduate, that shit’s done.