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Elaine Carmody, 24, a full-time mother of two young boys, described the ban as "ridiculous" and "pathetic".
She said she had regularly gone shopping at the store in her pyjamas until about a week ago when she was turned away when she went to buy cigarettes.
She said she been "popping in for a pack of fags," but if she had been doing a full shop "then we obviously would have gone in clothed".
She should be made to wear a burqa...
I don't think she goes to any chippy tho.
of a couple of young kids.
In conclusion - Omar getting cereal from the shop on the corner of Fayette St is acceptable. Skank bint getting some snouts in her slippers from Tesco is not.
of assless chaps and a straightjacket anymore.
Down with this sort of thing!
That was also the corner shop, and not the massive supermarche down the road.
That said, I've never been that desparate to buy fags that I've not got changed out of my nightwear. That's a wee bit skanky.
when one pays more for basic goods, some leeway in the dress code is fine.
It would be epi-fit time.
to all people leaving their houses
dressing gowns make me shudder eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew
dunno if I can bring myself to wear it.
I could only really see myself wearing it if I had become a succesful writer, who had then lost it all and exchanged it for a life of constant drunkeness. Then it is almost a required uniform.
grubby, damp, nasty and normally threatening to show an old man's swinging hairy balls
And don't pretend you wouldn't want a quick glimpse of the twins and their dad. Baby.
dressing gowns are the clothes of sloths.
is a mook of the highest class. Extrapolating this anecdote scientifically....well I agree with slicky
but who exactly is getting embarrassed and offended by people wearing pyjamas in Tesco?
I used to work in a shop and we had lots of trouble from marauding gangs of yobs wearing their jimmy jams.
Hanging's too good for 'em
the police gave us some bollocks about a right to a fair trial.
i don't think people should go out in full make up and formal wear but for gods sake have a shower and put some clothes on. i think being clean and fairly well presented is sort of respectful.
Everyone likes a girl who makes an effort....
only acceptable if you're jeff bridges.
"I think it's stupid really not being allowed in the supermarket with pyjamas on.
"It's not as if they're going to fall down or anything like that. They should be happy because you're going to spend all that money."
She went on: "It's not as if you're making a show, if anything they should be happy because you're spending your money in their shop, but obviously they're not because you're not allowed in with pyjamas.
"So they're going to lose their custom with people going to other shops to buy stuff and they're allowed in with their pyjamas on."
i hate people who wear their pyjamas out of the house. girls do it at uni, "oh aren't i so cool, wearing my pyjamas and ugg boots to class?" FUCK OFF. GET DRESSED. BRUSH YOUR HAIR.
That is special. Also: Ugg boots. How did that happen?