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to think I witnessed a woman in Morrisons today that the majority of you would judge?

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ChildlikeConfusion Sun 03-Mar-13 18:07:09

It was about 11:30ish and she was wearing a bright pink onesie ... tucked inside a pair of Uggs.

This also isn't even a local Morrisons, it was in a retail park not that close to a residential area, so it's not like she'd just popped in to buy some milk.

Lord knows what was in her trolley wink

Lucyellensmum95 Sun 03-Mar-13 18:09:22

Well they are quite fashionble so my reckoning is that she spent some time choosing her outfit and matching boots!

Sirzy Sun 03-Mar-13 18:10:14

I never understand why people go out in PJs surely it doesn't take long to chuck some clothes on?

I saw a man in a onesie walking around in a shopping centre. I have also seen a man walking around in a penguin onesie in the afternoon

ImperialBlether England Sun 03-Mar-13 18:11:35

Women in onesies are one thing, but men! Do they think they look attractive in any way? Could you ever have sex with a man who wore a onesie?

ChildlikeConfusion Sun 03-Mar-13 18:11:54

I never understand why people go out in PJs surely it doesn't take long to chuck some clothes on?

Nope. Me either.

I mean late-night shopping ... fine I guess. But this was midday - had she just not bothered to get dressed or decided to wear a onesie for the day??

I'd have had to take a photo of the penguin onesie, that's brilliant smile

HerbyVore Sun 03-Mar-13 18:12:21

The only time I think it's acceptable to go out in public in a onesie is if it's for charity.

oopsadaisymaisy Sun 03-Mar-13 18:12:46

I was in Costa a couple of weeks ago when a very tall couple came in with matching onsies smile. Twas hilarious!

mrsjay Sun 03-Mar-13 18:13:06

I am resigned to the fact that grown women will be wearing onsies OUTSIDe till at least May sigh grin I have got used to it

ChildlikeConfusion Sun 03-Mar-13 18:14:21

I was in Costa a couple of weeks ago when a very tall couple came in with matching onsies. Twas hilarious!

How sweet!

A new take on matching jumpers perhaps?

mrsjay Sun 03-Mar-13 18:14:29

Could you ever have sex with a man who wore a onesie?

<shudder> no my friend put up a picture of her partner in a bear onsie saying my sexy teddy bear I did snigger I really cant look at them

Lucyellensmum95 Sun 03-Mar-13 18:14:56

But mrsjay - how do you think i felt when i saw a man walking around in ASDAwith one on, red fluffy thing with snowflakes on!! He was buying beer FFS

Branleuse Sun 03-Mar-13 18:15:14

ahhh now you should have taken a picture!!

Not all onesies are PJs though. If she's in a Primark onesie, then yes she is wearing PJs. Onesies like this are designed to be outerwear.

How does it differ from a jumpsuit?

I love my onesie but I will never ever go outside in it!

Naoko Sun 03-Mar-13 18:16:47

DP has heard me rant about how ridiculous I think people who shop in onesies and pyjamas are. I usually assume he's not actually listening, but apparently he's been paying attention because earlier in Tesco he said 'oh look Naoko, there's one of those people in onesies who annoy you so much'. Unfortunately in this case the offender looked no older than three, meaning he can probably get away with it, and no, DP, that wasn't what I meant by 'strange people who go to Tesco in their pyjamas'.... grin

PeneloPeePitstop Sun 03-Mar-13 18:17:10

I've been in my onesie all day (was in hospital with DD most of last night so slobbing). If I had to go out, even for a pint of milk, I'd get dressed or my tits would drag the ground

ChildlikeConfusion Sun 03-Mar-13 18:17:38

I think there's a website for people to post photos of bad parking.

I think we should start a similar website and post photos of the random people we all see wearing onesies grin

BOF Sun 03-Mar-13 18:18:26

I wouldn't have looked twice, it's so common now. Same goes for curlers etc.

mrsjay Sun 03-Mar-13 18:19:47

But mrsjay - how do you think i felt when i saw a man walking around in ASDAwith one on, red fluffy thing with snowflakes on!! He was buying beer FFS

I would have laughed and not in an aww cute way <shudder>

mrsjay Sun 03-Mar-13 18:20:14

Isnt curlers a Liverpool thing?

WhatsTheBuzz Sun 03-Mar-13 18:20:34

just as well they probably don't give a shit smile

racingheart Sun 03-Mar-13 18:21:17

A family came in and sat down for dinner at Nandos near us the other day. All the DC were in PJs and slippers and dressing gowns. I thought it was very cute. But eccentric but who cares, really?

racingheart Sun 03-Mar-13 18:21:29

Bit not but eccentric

harrietlichman Sun 03-Mar-13 18:21:36

Anyone who wears a onesie outside is an idiot. YANBU.

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