Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Things that deserve the stink-eye:

They curl my toes (in a good way).
See these pyjama pants? $3! I don't wear them to bed. But I have now spent entire weekends in them. Mowed the lawn in them. Greeted people at the front door in them. Visited with friends in them. I would live in them if I could. I would wear them to the bank. I would wear them to work if I could. My wife made me go to a friend's house and pick raspberries but I insisted that the only way I would do so is if I could wear my happy pyjama pants. Her reply? No prob.

So I guess I would even renew my wedding vows in them.

#igetitnow
#completelygivenup

15 comments:

Elly Lou said...

I've worn the same pair of cut off sweat pant shorts for three weeks and counting. They're pretty much the only pants I have that still fit. Also they have no less than 7 different paint colors splattered on them. Even raspberries would fear these bad boys.

Shockgrubz said...

There's nothing like comfortable pj's to do everything in. I'm confused about the toe curling, though.

Alistair said...

Um - that's a bit strange dbs......

Vinny C said...

Further proof that you just can't put a price on comfort.

Windsmoke. said...

Um... I think you're losing the plot my friend, big time :-).

dbs said...

@Elly Another reason I am happy you are in this world.
@Shockgrubz Uh oh. I may have used that idiom incorrectly. I think I meant the opposite? Or maybe take it literally? I was trying to suggest that pleasurable streeeeeetch out your body feeling one can have, er, sometimes. #imanidiot
@Alistair Noted. But you should try it.
@VinnyC So true.
@Windsmoke Speaking of idioms, I had to google that. And yeah, probably.

Antares Cryptos said...

You happy. I'm happy.

Teachinfourth said...

Brave man you are. Of course, I've worn mine out-of-doors before, too. Of course, it's not very often.

SherilinR said...

good pajama pants were made to be lived in. hence the invention of the pajama jean. i think you should get a pair. or borrow the wife's if she already has some.

Nubian said...

Did you buy a back up pair?

Tim Riley said...

Those do indeed look quite stylish!

Claire Beynon said...

Ah, dbs - bless you. And again.

I declare I am similarly afflicted. I am deeply attached to a pair of pyjama bottomts I found in icy climes waaaay South of here; they are absolutely my all-time favourite garment. Nothing beats them for comfort, or comfort. They're stripy numbers; I figure that by calling them my 'dorm pants' I can get away with wearing them most anywhere (a scarf or brooch at the throat of whatever's on top adds a touch of class - but I'm a gal, so perhaps you men could dress yours up with a bow tie - or not). I'm often at my most productive (and relaxed) when wearing pjs.

Thanks for the smile ; ).

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I have a favourite pair of pajama bottoms too that I wear around the house. They have a Stewie Griffin print fabric. I call them my Stewie Pants.

dbs said...

@AC Ditto.
@Teach Yeah. I should probably smarten up.
@Sherilin Agreed. As for pyjama jeans though...no.
@Nubian *make I wish I'd thought of that face*
@Tim My son and I call them Scottish pyjama pants.
@Claire I like the way you think.
@DSWS Stewie pants. My son would love that.

Joanne Casey said...

I sometimes do that too, by the time I take them off they can stand up on their own and walk about.

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