Throwaway because my boyfriend uses Reddit.
I (29m) prefer going to bed wearing pajama top and pants. I always have as it's just more comfortable for me and I get cold. However, my boyfriend (30m) hates it. He only wears boxers to bed, but we sleep in the same bed.
He's asked me multiple times to just wear boxers like him and he says it's "frigid and childish". Last night he refused to let me get into bed until I had taken off my pajamas and I spent the whole night cold. He says that, seeing as I am currently staying at his apartment, I should follow his rules, which includes no pajamas in bed.
AITA for preferring to wear pajamas?
I get up every morning and get right into the shower with my pajama pants, shirt, and socks on. I love the feeling of my hot, wet clothes against my body. I love sticking the showerhead down my shirt or down my pants and feeling every bit of water. More than anything though - I love the struggle of taking off the soaking wet clothes after I finish showering. It’s exhilarating and makes me feel like I’ve accomplished something meaningful before I’ve even really started my day.
EDIT: I succesfully made a blue version! hope you guys like!!! <3
Made this with Autodesk Sketchbook and Bamboo Create tablet. The design was based off of Pajama Guardian Ezreal and Sett's original outfit. And of course puppies <3 The pose for Sett is copied from a game model pose I found of him, since I wanted to make this look like an "official" skin concept. I'm also planning on drawing Officer Sett! I think he'd look very cute in it, so if this gets enough support I'll post that as well once I finish.
I remember as a kid being forced not only to go to church but to dress like I was going to a job interview at the same time. If the purpose of congregating at a church is to hear a message, then what difference does it make if you wear pj instead of a pair of slacks and polo.
All winners will be pmd their game
That's pretty much all I have to say.
One of my son’s best friends has been coming to stay with us a lot since they became friends. My son loves sleepovers and I don’t have an issue with hosting (a lot of his friends can’t as they live in trailers).
This one boy, Jackson, is great. He’s a lovely kid, but his mom sends him over without pajamas and he sleeps in his birthday suit!!!! in our beds :/
I was fine with this on a one off basis, but he’s starting to come over more now and I don’t want him to set an example of my son.
WIbTa if I mentioned this to his mother.
It’s getting into summer now and (lockdown permitting), my 13 year old son likes to see his friends for sleepovers at their houses (and sometimes they come and stay at our place)?
My son can’t get to sleep in pajamas (he says they’re too restrictive), so he just sleeps in his boxers and shirtless, which is what I had assumed most boys his age did. They’re the Calvin Klien ones which aren’t revealing at all.
Recently one of the mothers of one of his friends brought it up and said my son was being a bad influence by sleeping ‘half naked’. I really don’t see the problem....? But I think her issue might have been that they have girls as well as boys.
Should I be buying pajamas specially or telling him to take off his clothes when he gets into bed? This seems to all have been blown out of proportion.
We are quite a liberal family
Hey Reddit. So I am quite sure than I'm not the asshole in this situation but here goes. So trash day takes place on Tuesday afternoon in my neighborhood so, like a normal person, I decide to take out the trash before Tuesday afternoon (who would've thought). I'm pretty much in pajamas 24/7 because I don't go into public too often. So I'm walking down my quite short driveway wearing a long sleeve shirt, pajama bottoms, and slippers. The neighbor across the road is sitting on her porch having a smoke. I've never really been fond of her so we've never really interacted much before. So as I'm dumping the contents of the recycling into the bin a hear an "Excuse me," from across the road (she doesn't say it in a whiny Karen tone, just more of an impatient older woman tone).
Neighbor: "What do you think you're doing?"
Me: "Uhm, taking out the trash?"
Neighbor: "You can't go out looking like that?!" Note that I live on a very residential street and there are no cars, in fact, I don't think... keep reading on reddit ➡
I (19F) have been living at home for the past couple of months with my parents because of everything going on. My brother (21M), however, still lives in his college town about two hours away, but comes home to visit ~1-2 times per week.
Yesterday, he came home and I was just hanging out in my room, laying on my bed, in a tank top and pajama shorts. My dad has (I’m not sure the exact terminology for this) been pretty body-conservative. For example, he tells me I need to wear a bra around the house because it’s not “appropriate” to not (even though I literally have smaller than AA cups). Or if I’m sitting a certain way, like with my feet up on the coffee table, while wearing shorts he will tell me to sit more “ladylike.” I know with how progressive and body positive/embracing everyone is nowadays, this may sound kind of sexist, which maybe it is, but I know that my dad is just a traditional asian man who thinks that is how women should be and he doesn’t have bad intentions.
Anyway, I... keep reading on reddit ➡
Sorry if this is the wrong place to ask.
When I'm at home, I wear pajama pants all day, plus a t-shirt. What can I say, they're comfortable. Some people are going to be at my house during the day to do some work, and my mom insists that I can't be wearing pajama pants in front of them, that the house is temporarily a work environment and pajamas pants are improper, especially since the workers will be women. I say that this is ridiculous, my pajama pants are indistinguishable from normal pants except maybe in pattern, and I'll only be in and out for seconds at a time while working from home. This is the house I live in, it should be my prerogative as long as it isn't offensive. She says this is just common sense. I say, how about I ask them if my pajama pants offend them, she says no, wear normal pants or else. I say bring on the consequences, there seems to be zero justification for this rule so I won't follow it.
Upon reflection, this is all pretty childish. It's a trivial effort... keep reading on reddit ➡
It’s come to my attention some people wear the same pjs all week and I had no idea it was the case. It’s a little jarring.
Is it just me or does anyone else find it kind of odd that a lot of kpop idols have full sets of pajamas? I'm not being mean and I don't really care what they wear because it's not my life, but I'm just kind of curious because most people I know don't really have full pajama sets anymore. Like, I think most people have specific clothes to wear to bed, but it's usually just old clothes or at most pajama bottoms but a regular shirt, not a full matching pajama material set. They wear them in vlives and stuff too, so I assume they're not being dressed in these clothes. Is it maybe just typical in korea or something? Or am I just strange and the majority of the world wears pajama sets to bed?
It drives me nuts that my shorts have to be under 'athletic apparel' or 'vintage' and my sleepwear/bathrobes/pajamas have to be categorized as "other."
You'd think this would be addressed!
In all your tv-shows, movies and other stuff i see people sleeping in pajamas. Is it the normal thing to do in the US?? Everyone i know here (in Denmark) sleeps in their undies, sometimes a t-shirt sometimes naked
This post is about the "Fridge Duty" side mission in Control.