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So ....when you get home from work and want to chillax....

(13 Posts)
qo Wed 21-Nov-12 13:40:09

ohhh now I've dried my eyes, in answer to the OP, Pyjama bottoms and a hoodie smile

qo Wed 21-Nov-12 13:38:35

Chillax - when I get home from work? hahahahahahaaaaaaa!!!

QueefLatina Wed 21-Nov-12 13:36:51

Jogging bottoms and a giant jumper are my at home apparel!

willyoulistentome Wed 21-Nov-12 13:35:03

Relax when I come in from work?? Chance would be a fine thing!!!

When I come in from work I then have to start housework, homework supervision, breaking up fights, cooking supper .. I don;t get changed for any of this.

snowmummy Wed 21-Nov-12 13:26:53

oooh artex, taking exception to the expression "chillax" are we?

ArtexMonkey Wed 21-Nov-12 13:24:19

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

snowmummy Wed 21-Nov-12 13:22:42

I don't get changed til I've had a shower. Then its pjs and a hoody.

Chottie Mon 19-Nov-12 21:53:03

Some nights I get in from work and am so exhausted I have my jammies on by 6.00pm ?!?!?

Tanyaaah Fri 16-Nov-12 15:19:22

Silk pyjamas? (not me) I'm braless, in maternity yoga pants (not pregnant) and hoodie. Feel dead attractive.

ja9 Thu 15-Nov-12 21:40:58

both dressing gowns.....i'd really like to be a bit more <ahem>, presentable (sitting here in pjs just now...but aspire to be more presentable!)

Right now I'm wearing a Wee Willy Winkie style nightshirt (short though) from Gap, with yoga type pants from the White Company and a dressing gown.

Normally I change either into yoga type trousers and a jumper, or a jumper dress and big socks/leg warmers.

And surely lounge suits should be MAROON velour, for the proper 70s vibe?

MamaGeekChic Thu 15-Nov-12 21:02:59

A short white thin waffle dresing gown, nothing else grin OR if I'm feeling particularly lazy whatever top i've had on with pants, bra must be removed for cmfort to be restored.

ja9 Thu 15-Nov-12 21:00:24

what do you change into?

Aside from pjs...

Are you all dressed in black velour lounge suits grin?

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