Two Words That Should Never Go Together: Pajama Jeans

“Just because you’re busy doesn’t mean you can’t look sharp…”

© Pajama Jeans

How long does it take you to pull off a pair of pajama pants? One-point-five seconds maybe? Ok maybe five seconds if you have to undo the drawstring…but I would feel confident saying it is one-point-five to five seconds of well spent time. Now how long does it take you to pull on a pair of jeans? I’ll give you 10 to 20 seconds depending on the fit and chosen method of closure, be they button or zip fly.

All together not a big amount of time, in fact I would once again be confident in saying it is an insignificant amount of time in the scheme of a 24-hour day.

Which is why I question the mental capacity of the brains behind the abomination that are “Pajama Jeans“. Yes Pajama Jeans are not a fictitious product and this is unfortunately not an SNL skit. They are real and “they come in eight sizes for only $29.95 plus shipping and handling.”

What has this world come to?! And just who, who, is so busy that they can’t spend a grand total of 25 to 45 seconds changing their pants in the morning?? Is it President Obama? No. In fact, I would go out on a limb to say the leader of the free world, showers, shaves and changes his clothes each and every morning. Is it Angelina Jolie, mother of six children under 10, UN spokesperson, and superstar actor? Nope, she puts herself together every morning. Busy people do manage to get dressed in the morning, shocker isn’t it!

“To me they say, why don’t you just give up?” says Tiyana Grulovic from The Globe and Mail Style Section. “They also seem to come from the demented mind that gave us jeggings.”

Demented mind indeed! You don’t even have to leave the house to get them, because they are only available online. Lines like “Pajama Jeans are so comfortable you’ll even want to sleep in them,” scare the life out of me.

© Pajama Jeans

People, the world does not need you dress like a runway model, but for the love of God, have some self-respect and change your clothes when you wake up in the morning, shower too, it’s a good feeling.

Here and now, I call for a boycott of Pajama Jeans, they represent so much that is wrong. Join me in my fight against Pajama Jeans.

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One response to “Two Words That Should Never Go Together: Pajama Jeans

  1. Love it:

    “People, the world does not need you dress like a runway model, but for the love of God, have some self-respect and change your clothes when you wake up in the morning, shower too, it’s a good feeling.”

    And so true!

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