jammies, undies or nekkid?

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what do you wear to sleep?

  1. jammies

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  2. undies

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  3. nekkid

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    how do you sleep?
     
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    Clothes are constraining. I don't even wear them when I'm at my computer.
     
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    Too much information.......the images you just put in my head are shocking..you evil sinner!!!!!!

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    pajamas are a waste. You put them on only to go right to sleep anyway, and all they do is create unnecessary laundry.

    I have 2 pairs of shorts I alternate every night, and I usually wear the t-shirt I'm going to be wearing the next day. I don;t wash the shorts until regular laundry time. What's the point? It's not like they're getting filthy while I'm sleeping.
     
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    I feel the same way about taking a shower in the morning. I take one after work or at least before bed, so why waste time and water in the morning? :cuckoo:
     
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    well? is that nekkid or thong ? :lol:
     
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    I have kids, I have no choice. I wear a nightgown, and a long one at that, because I'm continually dealing with kids climbing into my bed in the middle of the night, or having to get up and deal with them.

    Though in the summer I often wear shorts and a t-shirt.

    But because I wear huge t-shirts I got tired of the kids asking me why I wasn't wearing anything under my shirt (I was) and wondered if the neighbors thought the same thing when I'd stagger out in the early morning to either hang clothes on the clothes line when the dryer was on the blitz, to let the dog out, or to grab something from the car.

    So I mostly stick to flannel nighties. Voluminous, comforting, and only see through after about 10 years or so.
     

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