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Tesco's ban on PJs

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
A Tesco store in Cardiff has banned shoppers from wearing nightwear in store. Full details in this link:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/8484116.stm

What dya guys think?
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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banned#1
I hope Asda don't stop it.

What will we eat if they do :x
#2
I don't understand why someone would go into the public wearing nightwear.
banned#3
saykred
I don't understand why someone would go into the public wearing nightwear.


They are too lazy to get dressed :roll:
1 Like #4
saykred
I don't understand why someone would go into the public wearing nightwear.


will be local scumbags
#5
just shows how lazy some people are these days that they don't even get dressed to leave the house :w00t: I even saw one girl in Bluewater shopping centre in thier PJ's England is going downhill fast!
#6
oooh they would of had to ban my son today then! He ended up in A&E before I had time to dress him so on way back I popped to Tescos with my boy still in his jammies :)
Would love to see them ban him, I would of loved it really as they would of had to care for him while i did my shop :p
#7
haha, i get loads of people come into where i work in there pjs ont he sale day at next, its quite funny, gives us staff who hav been there all morning somthing to laugh at!!! :)
#8
haha I had to laugh at this. Do people really go into supermarkets with obvious pjs on?
banned#9
I hope people don't start going out naked.

I will be sick :-D
#10
Tried it once but my trousersnake shrivelled up in the frozen food aisle :p
#11
beth3735
oooh they would of had to ban my son today then! He ended up in A&E before I had time to dress him so on way back I popped to Tescos with my boy still in his jammies :)
Would love to see them ban him, I would of loved it really as they would of had to care for him while i did my shop :p


No they would not have

They would have asked you to leave the store or called the police if you left him unattended
banned#12
The combination of all day drinking and 24 hour shopping has obviously led to anarchy !:)
#13
Who decides what is nightwear, At tescos in batley half the people there look like they are wearing pyjamas but i can guarantee they wont dare stop them,
banned#14
tangramman
The combination of all day drinking and 24 hour shopping has obviously led to anarchy !:)


It's great isn't it.

Party, party :thumbsup:
#15
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/47200000/jpg/_47200896_elaine_carmody_bbc.jpg
#16
I think it's stupid. I like going places in my PJs. How are you supposed to test beds in the bed shop if you're not wearing nightwear?
#17
boothy
will be local scumbags


Tazzer
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/47200000/jpg/_47200896_elaine_carmody_bbc.jpg
#18
angelfairee
I think it's stupid. I like going places in my PJs. How are you supposed to test beds in the bed shop if you're not wearing nightwear?


I don't want to suggest the obvious...
#19
Tazzer
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/47200000/jpg/_47200896_elaine_carmody_bbc.jpg

Hey Tazzer, cheers for getting back to me on those PMs I sent you.

/sarcasm
#20
boothy
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No they would not have

They would have asked you to leave the store or called the police if you left him unattended


did the :p not give it away that I was joking! As if my 2 yr old would let me leave him anyways.
Either way if they had turned me away for my baby being in his jammies as he had come straight from hospital then I would of not wanted to spend my money in that store anyways.
#21
If they're still in their PJ's does that mean they've not even been washed yet? (shudder)
#22
http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/media/ALeqM5iDYEFoJXh5zmDnmdqfuegrEkV_Ag?size=s2
they'll have to get the fashion police in!

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imagine if this is the stayers from travelodge rolling out of their beds walking straight to tesco to get some snacks hehe.
http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/02_01/pyjamas1SWNS0402_468x759.jpg
#23
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/47200000/jpg/_47200896_elaine_carmody_bbc.jpg
A day in the life of a typical PJ tramp:
1. Wake up
2. Go to Tesco (don't get dressed)
3. Buy booze and fags
4. Drink booze, smoke fags, go to bed and repeat.

Surprised she bothered to put something on her feet lol
#24
tinkerbell28
Honestly what a skank, what kind of example does this set to the kids?

I mean I don't always go our dolled up, with immaculate nails/hair/makeup, I do try for me, as I like it. I at least make sure I am dressed though, hair tied back and at least presentable, as with the kids. Do people seriously have no pride anymore? Or are they just lazy.

I only went in for fags, eurgh, makes me sick, get up of your lazy behind half an hour earlier and get dressed, glad to see child benefit is being well spent, yuck, yuck, yuck.


What concerns me more is someone has actually made her pregnant..........what kind of man would nail that?:shock:
#25
I think that is a ridiculous rule, seriously who is offended by pajamas?
#26
oldmanhouse
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/47200000/jpg/_47200896_elaine_carmody_bbc.jpg
A day in the life of a typical PJ tramp:
1. Wake up
2. Go to Tesco (don't get dressed)
3. Buy booze and fags
4. Drink booze, smoke fags, go to bed and repeat.

Surprised she bothered to put something on her feet lol


Dont forget upgrade the Sky Tv subscription and try to get further benefits for nothing
#27
transit
What concerns me more is someone has actually made her pregnant..........what kind of man would nail that?:shock:


I honestly dont think she is pregnant is she?? SHe just looks like she had a tum from the booze maybe!

I am now feeling like i am looking like a benefit scum as I said my boy went in today in his jammies :S :oops:
#28
boothy
Dont forget upgrade the Sky Tv subscription and try to get further benefits for nothing


and- log onto hukd misc forum :w00t:
#29
beth3735
I honestly dont think she is pregnant is she?? SHe just looks like she had a tum from the booze maybe!

I am now feeling like i am looking like a benefit scum as I said my boy went in today in his jammies :S :oops:


She has kids and im afraid to say i suspect shes been nailed :thumbsup:
banned#30
StudentJo
I think that is a ridiculous rule, seriously who is offended by pajamas?


What are pajamas?:p
#31
transit
She has kids and im afraid to say i suspect shes been nailed :thumbsup:


lol ok dull me :p
banned#32
beth3735
I honestly dont think she is pregnant is she?? SHe just looks like she had a tum from the booze maybe!

I am now feeling like i am looking like a benefit scum as I said my boy went in today in his jammies :S :oops:


Does the rule apply to children or just adults? :?
#33
DLM
Does the rule apply to children or just adults? :?


Not sure, But I work in tescos and They would have to turn away alot of people for their children being in slippers or dressing gowns. We see so much of it, but it never bothers me on Kids.

Adults its just lazy and wrong :)
banned#34
Tazzer
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/47200000/jpg/_47200896_elaine_carmody_bbc.jpg


Chav-tastic
#35
DLM
What are pajamas?:p


Seriously? http://lmgtfy.com/?q=pajamas
banned#36
beth3735
Not sure, But I work in tescos and They would have to turn away alot of people for their children being in slippers or dressing gowns. We see so much of it, but it never bothers me on Kids.

Adults its just lazy and wrong :)


Agreed :thumbsup:
1 Like #37
tinkerbell28




I know yuck, yuck, yuck and you get to gawp at her in her finery when you nip in for your morning papers. Anyone remember waynetta slob?


http://i.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01153/arts-graphics-2004_1153810a.jpg
banned#38
StudentJo


I thought they were called pyjamas :?
banned#39
Tazzer
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/47200000/jpg/_47200896_elaine_carmody_bbc.jpg


Yummy mummy or is it s****y mummy.
#40
DLM
I thought they were called pyjamas :?


I can't believe you just nitpicked me for using a US spelling :|

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