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#384493 - 28th Jan 2010 10:40am Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas!
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Originally Posted By: BBC News
A Tesco store has asked customers not to shop in their pyjamas or barefoot.

Notices have been put up in the chain's supermarket in St Mellons in Cardiff saying: "Footwear must be worn at all times and no nightwear is permitted."



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#384495 - 28th Jan 2010 10:52am Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: StuyMac]
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WAHOO! EVERYBODY CONGA! Long overdue now every other Tesco's follow suit please.

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#384496 - 28th Jan 2010 11:02am Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: MerseyMan]
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do the same for schools as well. i'm sick and tired of seeing parents wondering around in their PJ's the lazy Bas*£$ds.

i hope our tesco's gets the same ban thumbsup

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#384499 - 28th Jan 2010 11:14am Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: Shadow_Omega]
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Why is it that people feel the need to walk around in their PJs,are they just idle? have they no other clothes? do they think it's cool?
Last Sunday going up Laird St in the pouring rain I saw 2 women both in PJs and of them in slippers, for god sake girls you'll catch pneaumonia !
Leave PJs where they belong. smile

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#384502 - 28th Jan 2010 11:25am Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: daveybm]
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In liverpool i hear they add curlers too for the full chav effect!
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#384508 - 28th Jan 2010 12:18pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: RUDEBOX]
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I think I started wearing PJ's outside long before this lot started. In the early 80's I sleptwalked out my old house (Arkle Road) and walked down towards St James church at god knows what hour in the night. Some kind gent stopped me with my dad following suit woken by the front door being opened. (God knows how I opened the front door) will have to ask smile

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#384510 - 28th Jan 2010 12:21pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: MerseyMan]
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Bidston Tesco's would get no customers! I've seen 50 something women in pyjama's! The world is f*cked.
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#384516 - 28th Jan 2010 12:41pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: DavidB]
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What's really odd about this "dayjamas" nonsense is lots of them get up and get changed into a differant pair of pyjamas for the day time - why not get changed into CLOTHES?

It was supposed to of started in Dublin in areas of high-unemployment where people who didn't want to work were making a statement "Look at me you're paying for my lifestyle through benefits and I can't even be bothered to dress!". It's become just a silly fashion statment now though.

http://www.herald.ie/national-news/city-news/film-will-track-citys-pyjama-girls-1873924.html

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#384534 - 28th Jan 2010 2:28pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: AR_One]
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Me earlier on my way to Tesco Express in Claughton village...
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#384536 - 28th Jan 2010 2:28pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: AR_One]
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I think it should be made legal to be allowed to shoot anyone who is outside in pyjamas...

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#384540 - 28th Jan 2010 2:30pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: polo_phil]
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Originally Posted By: polo_phil
I think it should be made legal to be allowed to shoot anyone who is outside in pyjamas...
Except if they have just escaped from a house fire... omg
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#384552 - 28th Jan 2010 2:47pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: MissGuided]
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Originally Posted By: polo_phil
I think it should be made legal to be allowed to shoot anyone who is outside in pyjamas...
Except if they have just escaped from a house fire... omg


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#384619 - 28th Jan 2010 4:26pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: ]
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I saw one of the pjs, girls on the M53 her car had broken down and she was standing on the edge of the hard shoulder upgainst a crash barrier, she must of been freezing as it was during the very cold spell we had a couple of weeks ago. One of my next door neighbours often jumps in her car and drives off in her pjs, { must have the brain of a !!!!}
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#384620 - 28th Jan 2010 4:37pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: jimbob]
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I don't wear anything in bed so I'll be ok then going to Tescos.

That reminds me, I need chipolata's.

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#384621 - 28th Jan 2010 4:47pm Re: Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas! [Re: RUDEBOX]
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its even worse when they are filthy pjs it horrible,you feel like saying put some clean clothes on.
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