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Is it okay to go shopping in your pyjamas?

A picture has been shared of two women going to the supermarket in their PJs and dressing gowns at 5pm.

Is that okay - would you do it - or is it just lazy?

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In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
For goodness sake, no it isn't OK. People are being dragged-up like savages by parents stoned on drugs and alcohol.
 
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Why is a television programme shaming two women for what they are wearing in 2022? It is their business what they choose to wear.
 
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Jeremy Vine, tackling the important issues of the day
 
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What鈥檚 really worse here? Shopping in your pyjamas or taking a photo of strangers to mock them online?
 
Jeremy Vine strikes at the heart of the big issues.
 
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To me they look like last weeks laundry has gone for a walk. People wear night gear and change into fresh clothes every morning for a reason and it is not the most appetising thing to have around fresh food in a shop.
 
 
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Just indicative of how basic standards of dress and behaviour have fallen in this country. I hate to think what other failings these people have in their lives, and hopefully they don鈥檛 have children.
 
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I have seen this a couple of times in Tesco usually 2 or 3 women in PJs and dressing gowns, strangely they had time to put on full ame up but not felt dresses.
 
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I don鈥檛 like policing other womens鈥 clothes so I鈥檇 ignore them and go about my business
 
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It could be described as a slovenly way to lead a life.
 
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In my opinion and it鈥檚 my opinion alone, if you鈥檙e still in your pj鈥檚 at 5 and going out in them, I think it鈥檚 lazy, they鈥檝e obviously had a lazy day, not washed and certainly no housework, it says a lot about them!
 
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Who really cares? It was pathetic that a newspaper reported this in the first place.
 
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It鈥檚 todays culture. A lot of people can鈥檛 be bothered about personal hygiene and can鈥檛 be bothered to look decent enough just to get dressed.
 
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What women choose to wear to the supermarket shouldn鈥檛 matter this much to Jeremy vine
 
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Lazy and lack of pride in themselves.
 
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Couldn't care less if someone wants to go shopping in the pyjamas. It doesn't hurt me.
 
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Who seriously cares? It's not like they're wandering around naked. And I bet they're comfortable and warm...
 
By no means am I a snob, but just no. The mingers probably haven't washed, brushed teeth n changed knickers either 馃あ
 
 
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What planet is Mike on? So no pyjamas because they are duty. So what about builders in PPE, police in uniform after fighting with a drug user who calls in for lunch? Then what about a nurse calling in after work? Mike wants the whole population banned, all apart from him?!
 
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How is it lazy? They鈥檙e going to the shops just like anyone else. Power to those queens 馃檶
 
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How do you know they weren't popping in from a PJ party?/ or a going out for a PJ Party fancy dress sponsorship for charity?? To many folk to quick to jump & embarrass folks now days #JeremyVine
 
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More important things going on in the world.
 
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I personally wouldn鈥檛 do it, not even to the corner shop. I do sometimes sit out, in the garden, wearing my dressing gown in the evening but I would not dream of going shopping wearing it. My Nan would tan my backside for being slovenly
 
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I personally don't shop in PJs but what about construction workers popping in after work? They may have been working on sewers, thats okay then?
 
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Maybe it鈥檚 their 鈥榗ulture鈥 to dress that way鈥f so then presumably all critics are bigots? 馃馃槈
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Can you imagine what their houses look like if they cant be bothered to throw on some clothes.. i was in a Macdonalds one night.. 10.30pm.. snowing and freezin outside.. there was a woman in there in pjs and grimy dressing gown.. carrying a toddler in just an oversized tshirt !!
 
 
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I believe they sold their clothes to pay their energy bill 馃槈
 
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Doesn鈥檛 bother me鈥here鈥檚 bigger societal fish to fry!
 
Jeremy Vine, tackling the important issues on your behalf
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Just wondering if it's okay for me to go out in any clothes today. People might think I'm strange wearing something.
 
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Don't know, but I see quite a few Indian and Pakistani women wandering around in similar garb. Is it only ok to pick on White peoples clothing Jeremy?
 
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No I feel bad when I've forgotten to put the bin out and have to nip out to put it outside when I have my pjs and dressing gown on. I wouldn't go out without being dressed and have some makeup on never mind my nightwear. Standards have dropped. The shops should refuse entry
 
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No! looks awful!no class!!
 
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Is it ok not to care about a silly show trying to annoy people ?
 
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is it ok for someone to put kids on the company payroll as a employee, director or shareholder etc. of own business to avoid taxes?
 
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It鈥檚 doesn鈥檛 bother me enough to be bothered.
 
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No. It鈥檚 disgusting and unhygienic.
 
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Of course it isn't, utter lazy scum
 
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Ask Mike Barry, If he had to do all the housework etc, without his housekeeper,would his level (he looks down on others) remain on par?
 
 
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Are they hurting anyone?
 
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I鈥檝e witnessed it here in Hertfordshire I was going to give them an alarm 馃暟 that was Tesco
 
 
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It's not something I would ever do, as I have standards, but we don't have time to worry about stuff like this at the moment.
 
 
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Personal choice. If they are warm, comfortable, not exposing themselves, it鈥檚 no-one else鈥檚 business.
 
 
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Absolutely - as long as they are clean & presentable, not something you鈥檝e fallen of the couch, in!!
 
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OK according to who? The law? Yes. Society at large? You'll most likely be looked at funny and judged. If you care, you won't don't. If you couldn't care less, you will.
 
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Honestly, who made the rules on what people can or cannot wear?? There鈥檚 no law against it is there?
 
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Well that鈥檚 the stupidest question that doesn鈥檛 need answering 鈥.move on to something relevant please or you鈥檙e wasting my license money 馃檮
 
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The usual keep their money or cards in their bra, thank goodness for hand sanitizer!
 
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Has absolutely no detrimental effect on anyone. With all the 'bads' in the World I certainly don't consider this one of them.
 
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No get dressed you lazy tramps.
 
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Biting the hand that feeds, priceless.
 
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What鈥檚 it got to do with anyone?
 
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Lazy and slovenly with no pride in themselves.
 
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What is wrong people and their obsession with judging people. Do you ask homeless person why their clothes are dirty?
 
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Are they actually in their pyjamas? Or are they wearing dressing gowns over clothes?
 
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Perhaps they were buying beds?
 
 
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I think people should be free to wear what they want to wear. Interestingly though, wearing pyjamas to a supermarket does appear to be something only women do. If a man in his seventies turned up in a nightshirt he would probably get lots of weird looks.
 
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Hate it, it's the same as certain males that don't wear tops when it's hot in restaurants, put clothes on people, have respect for other people
 
 
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Why not discuss excess deaths due to the experimental gene therapy Jeremy Vile ????
 
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It's up to them. They're not harming anyone else
 
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Oh grow up, you're a national broadcaster in a time of massive economic crisis with a war raging in Europe and you're doing this trivial shit?
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
I wouldn't answer a question you asked given your insane views regarding people making their own medical decisions. You are lower than low and quite frankly, I wouldn't wipe the dirt off my shoes on you.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Each to their own but for me, there鈥檚 nothing better than getting your clothes off after a busy day n into your pjs and I for one would not be going out once the pjs are on.
 
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Oh my god, here we go. Playing dressing up again 馃檲
 
 
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LAZY end of story.
 
 
 
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What鈥檚 wrong with having a dress code? Many pubs and restaurants won鈥檛 let - mostly men - in without long trousers and/or shirt on. Pjs are for slumming it before bed/in bed鈥 not attire for shopping. No one鈥檚 circumstances change that.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
I dont think it's ok, so I wouldn't, but there isn't any rules against it... why take a photo and shame?
 
 
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Maybe it's early onset dementia, poor things!
 
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Are you sure they weren't in casual wear that looks like pyjamas?
 
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I'd be questioning the host as to why he's getting away with things Alex Belfield didn't
 
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Absolutely not. Standards are low enough now, without getting lower.
 
 
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Providing they are clean and comfortable it is perfectly alright. I my area it is usually East European women who go out in their dressing gowns and why not?
 
 
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I wouldn't do it. I've only been into my own garden once or twice in my jimjams, and then hopped it back indoors at a fair pace to get dressed. If I see others out in theirs it makes me do a double take, but that's as far as it goes.
 
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
It's fashion. People used to get dressed up to go shopping, but it doesn't happen anymore. While you could get all wound up by this, it really isn't worth the oxygen.
 
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that lazy and prove some people need to find a job
 
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Muslims do 馃槀
 
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