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AIBU to got to the clinic in my pj's

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Shinyshoes1 Mon 08-Aug-11 16:14:08

I hurt my foot on Thursday, I had to have stitches and I'm on crutches I've got to go back tonight just for a check up to see it's not infected.

I'm in my p'j's and struggle to do anything.

Can I go in my pj's?? They are blue flanelette with pink stars all over them

AgentZigzag Mon 08-Aug-11 16:18:47

It's only your bloody foot! grin

Just bend you knee to get your skirt/trousers over it.

AgentZigzag Mon 08-Aug-11 16:19:22

Bend your knee obviously.

worraliberty Mon 08-Aug-11 16:20:26

Please tell me you haven't been wearing them for 4 days?

ObiWan Mon 08-Aug-11 16:20:32

Depends. Are you planning to go to Tesco on the way home? grin

Shinyshoes1 Mon 08-Aug-11 16:22:46

no not for 4 days, only 2, I got dressed saturday grin

I'm not going to Tesco no. DP wouldn't allow me to do that in my p'j's, I don't think he's going to allow me to go to the clinic in my p'j's

AgentZigzag Mon 08-Aug-11 16:23:12

Tesco bouncers wouldn't be having any of that Obi grin

What did you do to your foot Shiny?

AgentZigzag Mon 08-Aug-11 16:23:48

Can't your DP help you get dressed?

What about swapping your pjs for sweatpants and a t-shirt - which is just a slightly sturdier form of pjs - then you can go wherever you want, without anyone complaining, and you can sleep in them tonight if there's no-one around to help you change back into your pjs.

kittensliveupstairs Mon 08-Aug-11 16:48:27

Y know YABU, your gusset must be minging after two days of sitting in them.

SilveryMoon Mon 08-Aug-11 16:48:55

I went to the docs in my pj's once.
Tbf, ds2 had smacked his forehead on a door frame and was covered in blood, so I just picked him up and rushed him down there! Stuff like that always happens when I try to have a lay-in!
For me, it'd depend how far away the clinic is and who you are likely to bump into. Our clinic is at the bottom of the road, so I'd go in pj's.
remember to wear your fake ugg boots though wink (or at least boot) grin

farnywarny Mon 08-Aug-11 16:50:28

YABU - although you would fit in well round my neck of the woods. Do you also plan to attend your appointment in rollers and layers of fake tan?

(guess wheere I live haha)

LolaRennt Mon 08-Aug-11 16:52:41

I'd allow it in the case of illness. YANBU

Migsy1 Mon 08-Aug-11 17:00:51

I once drove to the firestation in my nightie and with my 3 boys in pjs. It was an emergency though as I thought the house was about to blow up. The lovely firemen sorted it out!

But, unless it was physically impossible to get changed, I would not go out in my PJs. I was mortified in my nightie with those firemen around me! (I managed to put a coat on top).

AuntiePickleBottom Mon 08-Aug-11 17:05:29

are you able to wear any other bottoms.

SecretNutellaFix Mon 08-Aug-11 17:16:28

injury is not illness, and this isn't a blue light situation.wink

Just change into joggers/ jersey trousers and a t-shirt.

youarekidding Mon 08-Aug-11 17:57:36

Just make sure before you remove PJ bottoms you can get a replacement item on alone if you've no help there. Pj's are preferable to nada grin

thisisyesterday Mon 08-Aug-11 18:16:38

i wouldn't personally. if it's just your foot that's hurt then i can't really see why you can't just get changed tbh!

but s'up to you really smile

hope your foot is better soon

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