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onlyslightlyinterested Sat 16-Jan-16 14:59:45

It's 2.59 pm. WIBU to put my pjs on???

LittleFishBigOcean Sat 16-Jan-16 15:01:01

I put mine on about half an hour ago. YANBU.

queenoftheworld93 Sat 16-Jan-16 15:01:18

Absolutely not BU.

WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant Sat 16-Jan-16 15:01:22

Up to you...

I guess if you are staying in it won't be an issue.

probably not the best person to ask as I don't own pjs

WorraLiberty Sat 16-Jan-16 15:01:38

YANBU unless you're going supermarket shopping.

WaitrosePigeon Sat 16-Jan-16 15:02:15

Not unreasonable! I just bought some new ones in town and a new duvet set. Soon as I get in in putting them both on then staying in bed!

It's fucking freezing outside!

Notsoaccidentproneanymore Sat 16-Jan-16 15:02:31

I'm still in my pj's. I'm just running a bath, then I'll put clean ones on.

Pj's are so comfy.

Go for it 😄

Provencalroseparadox Sat 16-Jan-16 15:03:29

It's freezing. I would like to put mine on and do a hot water bottle but I'm going out tonight

Theonlyweighisdown Sat 16-Jan-16 15:04:20

My afternoon plans are the same as notso it is bliss.

onlyslightlyinterested Sat 16-Jan-16 15:06:43

Bath and pjs it is then! I bloody love not going out!!

Howaboutthisone Sat 16-Jan-16 15:07:14

YANBU! The woman I saw earlier strolling along a main road in pjs and dressing gown might have been.

BackforGood Sat 16-Jan-16 15:08:09

Well, up to you - I wouldn't be warm enough in mine. I prefer the layers I@m wearing but then I didn't get dressed until noon so....

whifflesqueak Sat 16-Jan-16 15:09:07

I've got mine on. with maternity thermals underneath. sex-pot.

sent 19 month old ds out into the elements to "help" hinder his father rebuild a drystone wall. there was a tiny whiff of guilt.

but it passed grin

SpoonfulOfJam Sat 16-Jan-16 15:10:54

I'm still in mine (well, lounge pants, tshirts and cardi). They were clean in after a bath last night and planning the same for later.

Plus I'm 35 weeks pregnant and just need to be comfy!

onlyslightlyinterested Sat 16-Jan-16 15:12:06

Ds and Dh are bonding over fractions, so I crept out grin

megletthesecond Sat 16-Jan-16 15:12:52

If you're staying in YANBU. I'm in mine, going to do some cooking shortly.

whiffle well played grin .

NotOneIota Sat 16-Jan-16 15:15:36

I'm still in my pjs too,it's the last day of my week off work and I'm having an 'at home' day. They are known as 'flumps' in this family,because when you're wearing them,you'll not be doing much except flumping on the sofa grin

emwithme Sat 16-Jan-16 15:15:59

The only reason I have clothes on at all today is because I needed to go to the (communal) bin earlier, otherwise it's a definite PJ day.

RookieMonster Sat 16-Jan-16 15:16:37

I went for a run and a swim this morning, then traipsed around town with the family and immediatelygot into pj's when we got home! I definitely won't be going out again today!!

LadyBaelish Sat 16-Jan-16 15:17:57

YANBU. I wish I could put mine on but my brother and his new partner are visiting in an hour, I don't think it'd make a good first impression!

LOVE 'flumps'

nocutsnobuttsnococonuts Sat 16-Jan-16 15:21:24

I put mine on an hour ago and am currently snuggled on sofa with cover amd water bottle watching beauty and the beast with my girls smile

Sparklingbrook Sat 16-Jan-16 15:23:13

I have only been dressed for 2 hours I might wait a bit. blush

ClashCityRocker Sat 16-Jan-16 15:23:40

I wear pjs pretty much constantly in the house blush

I change them daily, but as soon as I'm in for the day, it's straight on with pjs. The only time I don't wear them is in bed grin

MaisieDotes Sat 16-Jan-16 15:27:03

I was in my pjs all morning and then had a shower while DS went for his nap.

I then got "dressed" into clean pjs grin

Everyone else is out now getting their daily requirements of fresh air, vitamin D and whatnot.

I am going nowhere because I am a pregnant blimp.

Charley50 Sat 16-Jan-16 15:28:23

I wish I could put mine on and hunker down for the night.. But I can't I have to go out.

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