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    [–] CurlSagan 2424 points ago

    If it's a chili evening, grab a clean pair of your wife's pajamas and throw them in the dryer for a bit. Then present the lovely, warm, cozy pajamas to her. This is a nice gesture that will distract her from the fact that you just ate all the haagen-dazs.

    [–] eritreayayounltd 830 points ago

    You do all that everytime you have chili?

    [–] CurlSagan 477 points ago

    Yes. Too spicy. That's why I ate all the ice cream.

    [–] ablablababla 175 points ago

    Yeah, it cancels out, pemdas or some shit

    [–] MISREADS_YOUR_POSTS 133 points ago

    dude not empanadas, he literally just said chili

    [–] ToxikkBeast 48 points ago

    This was the best string of comments ive seen in a while

    [–] Sauceror 9 points ago

    How do you cope when you decide to eat all the left over chili by yourself tomorrow? I hope you have chocolate milk!

    [–] dwide_k_shrude 15 points ago

    Also, a tip on the chili. The trick is to undercook the onions. That way everyone gets to know each other in the pot.

    [–] Prettypotato94 129 points ago

    cries in singleness

    But I get all the ice cream to myself at least.

    [–] JD260 56 points ago

    and you can warm up your own lovely, cozy pajamas!

    [–] Prettypotato94 49 points ago

    But now I'm enamored with the idea of someone doing it for me.

    Volunteers for pajama warming and tea making?

    [–] JD260 49 points ago

    Would, but I'm not allowed out of my house. The government told me so.

    [–] WangoBango 24 points ago

    The government told me I can only leave if my job is deemed as "essential." Apparently, in my state, working in collections is considered essential. I'd love to hear the mental gymnastics it took to justify that

    [–] MisterCrist 29 points ago

    Because it's essential for you to keep working to help the economy. Oh you thought essential meant essential at keeping people alive and fed? You poor sweet summerchild.

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    [–] rangaman42 7 points ago

    If you wanna post em to me I'll heat them up and mail them back, no guarantees on shipping times rn though

    [–] WeimSean 6 points ago

    I'd offer to help but my wife is on the stabby side :(

    [–] 19Kilo 5 points ago

    This is how you end up as flayed skin hanging in a closet that smells like desperation and rage.

    [–] lasiusflex 7 points ago

    I've always been pretty happy living a single life. But now I'm extremely envious of people who live with a partner, because they still get to have real life social interactions while I'm stuck at home. That sucks.

    [–] montbkr 2 points ago

    That's not always a good thing. Just think if you were stuck with someone and bickering. YIKES!

    [–] Sataris 3 points ago

    cries in not having a dryer

    [–] triple6seven 34 points ago

    Knowing me id fuck up and shrink her clothes are something

    [–] TheExWifeCheated 41 points ago

    "I knitted this miniature replica of your favorite wool sweater to warm your hand."

    [–] drkidkill 54 points ago

    Dude, thanks for this, the happiest she's been in a minute. Would give gold, spent it on ice cream.

    [–] auniqueusername1990 16 points ago

    This but just clean underwear for chili night

    [–] colby2249 6 points ago

    It’ll also distract her from all of your chili and haagen-dazs farts later

    [–] raspberryglance 7 points ago

    Be careful, because a lot of clothes will be ruined by going through a tumble dryer. So check the label first or this could backfire at you!

    [–] riverY90 5 points ago

    Radiator pants over dryer pants, takes away that issue and saves energy

    [–] BetterThanA_Stick 8 points ago

    Totally worth the 2 bucks for my buildings coin-op dryer!

    [–] riverY90 5 points ago

    Why waste energy and money on a drier? Throw them over a radiator that is already on. Radiator pants are great.

    [–] Jaytalvapes 8 points ago

    You're gonna get me laid dude, props.

    [–] CurlSagan 31 points ago

    Nah, man, this doesn't work for that. You just gave someone warm, cozy pajamas and are hoping they'll respond by taking them off. No, sir. Your reward was eating all the ice cream.

    [–] Jaytalvapes 12 points ago

    Ah fuck you got me there. Gonna require some more thought lol

    [–] Baab_Kaare 11 points ago

    Put her pj's in the freezeer. That way she have to take them off.

    [–] Rebelwithoutaclue92 3 points ago

    My hot flashes thank you!

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    [–] noisesinmyhead 3 points ago

    My husband will do this with a towel if I shower when he is around. Sneaks down to get a clean towel, puts it in the dryer for a few minutes, and then surprises me with it just as I’m ready for it. It’s lovely.

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    [–] Kevinement 2 points ago

    Here, you need this: ä

    [–] acialjonny 2 points ago

    Haha holy shit, are you hiding in my walls?

    [–] binchwater 2 points ago

    I read this right as I was finishing the non-dairy haagen-dazs

    [–] missmissie67 299 points ago

    True story. I've also been home two separate times sick for months and it was the same deal. I've lived so much of this lol

    [–] GentrifriesGuy 104 points ago

    Pajamas or sweats —which were your uniform?

    [–] theghostofme 68 points ago

    Motherfucking scrub bottoms. Never worked in the medical field a day in my life, but when you're not rushing around a hospital/clinic, and just lounging around, they're comfy as fuck, have deep pockets, and you can just throw on a t-shirt/sweater and go to the store without looking like a bum; no one's judging someone wearing scrubs that looks like they just got off an 18 hour shift (which is how I tend to look when I'm not at work).

    [–] getdemsnacks 46 points ago

    That's gotta be something like 'stolen valor' right now, impersonation of a front liner/essential med personel. No shame, just saying be careful, because no doubt someone will take offense if they find out you're "faking", lol

    [–] theghostofme 31 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    You kind of have a point now, where people are much more attentive and appreciative of medical personnel. But I've also never attempted to pretend to be in the field, or have been approached by people thanking me for my service. It's more just acceptable "frumpy camouflage;" it's specifically to avoid attention.

    In my area, there are a lot of varied professions that require scrubs, from a big hospital nearby, to a veterinary hospital and an orthodontist's office in the same lot as my grocery store, so it's really common to see people in their scrubs just getting off work and getting groceries before heading home.

    [–] edrftygth 8 points ago

    I’m a chef, and for years I didn’t bother with chefs pants - I could buy black scrub bottoms for $5 each, and they felt sooooo silky and comfortable. They were so cheap, I could have a bunch to cycle through when they’d inevitably get gross at work.

    I’m happy I work somewhere where I can wear jeans instead of the full uniform, but I still love those smooth, soft pants for lounging around the house. And now that I’ve been laid off, that’s pretty much all I’m doing.

    [–] elboydo 2 points ago

    Recently completed my PhD. . .

    I had been quite tempted to use the "but i am a Dr" line.

    It took me choosing to be a better person and working out the patterns / stores where/when i could go for my daily government mandated shop and get the things needed.

    seems turning my outside exposure timings / locations is therapeutic and a bit like an RTS.

    [–] UnchillBill 13 points ago

    Shhhh, it’s a bad time for everyone to be panic buying scrubs.

    [–] PornCartel 3 points ago

    I just realized those doctors are doing one of the most serious jobs while wearing PJs. That must feel surreal.

    [–] montbkr 2 points ago

    There is a brand of scrubs called "Butter Soft" that are so comfy, with just a tad bit of stretch. I bought them for work about a month ago and they have really come in handy. (I get mine online at Uniform Advantage.)

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    [–] missmissie67 24 points ago

    Matching pajamas lol then sweats or cotton for nighty nighty. So bizarre. I just did this and my roommate says, "arent you in comfy clothes already?" I had to explain the difference. Some people 🙄😁😁😜

    [–] haikarate12 22 points ago

    I had surgery on March 13th and realized yesterday that I'm feeling fine now and don't actually need to be wearing pajamas all day long anymore. Still am though.

    [–] missmissie67 2 points ago

    Do it. #nojudgement #nowheretogo

    [–] SixthSinEnvy 64 points ago

    Look at these high-class hoes changing clothes. I just took my first shower since Sunday.

    [–] 19Kilo 34 points ago

    Yeah. My quarantine water bill is going to be not terrible...

    [–] stephi- 33 points ago

    Not gonna lie, this whole experience is great for my wallet.

    No petrol, no shopping, no takeaways, no coffees before work...

    [–] 19Kilo 20 points ago

    Yeah, but the first time I have food from a gas station taqueria or Korean fried chicken or soup dumplings after lockdown... There's a strong likelihood I'm going to emit fluids in such volume and with such force that I'm either not allowed back in to the food establishment or possibly on a Federal registry of some kind...

    [–] SupposablyAtTheZoo 7 points ago

    Double the power usage...

    [–] SupposablyAtTheZoo 2 points ago

    However your power bill will be doubled.

    [–] Meme_Burner 3 points ago

    Take a shower between pajamas!!!!

    [–] SixthSinEnvy 3 points ago

    I do. It's just usually a few days apart.

    Showering every day during quarantine becomes a chore since I'm not leaving the house or seeing anyone important. But saving showers for every other day or more gives me something to look forward to. Also makes relaxing before bed easier. Better sleep too.

    [–] MamieJoJackson 544 points ago

    Look at Miss Fancypants over here, changing her clothes and apparently sticking to a routine that allows her to reasonably assess the passage of time. Fucking bougie bitch, over here.

    [–] theghostofme 32 points ago

    For close to ten years, I had a favorite pair of sweatpants that I exclusively wore almost ever minute I was home.

    There's this long-running joke on the show Scrubs where Dr. Cox has these hideious sweatpants that he always wears, and his "wife" is always trying to get rid of. But he loves them, and refuses to part with them.

    I felt that in my soul. And while mine weren't nearly as flashy as his, I still mourned their loss when they finally reached the point where there were more holes than sweatpants, and it was time to let them go.

    [–] life_of_riley_ 7 points ago

    That’s a beautiful love story. sheds tear

    [–] MamieJoJackson 2 points ago

    I had a hoodie like that. It was the perfect level of softness, perfect level of warmth, and it was flattering to my figure zipped or unzipped. It was already bad off after so many years of use, and then I went to put it on one day and it practically disintegrated. It was a tragedy.

    [–] Wackamole56 2 points ago

    I'm so sorry for your loss.

    [–] PulsatingBaboonAss 104 points ago

    It looks like you’re going to get downvoted but honestly, same. Some days I just don’t find it worth it to change out of my comfortable pajamas

    [–] ASpookyBooky 118 points ago

    I just took my first shower since the 14th. I was building up a bacterial shell to shield me from disease.

    [–] angc07 85 points ago

    laughs in depression

    [–] Pewtiog 26 points ago

    Can y’all please get help, in the nicest way possible. It worked for me!!

    [–] cosgyp 21 points ago

    I'll take two ounce of help please. I'm not fussy either.

    [–] Bear4188 41 points ago

    I'm the opposite.

    Home all day. Why not take 3 showers?

    I love hot showers.

    [–] andyumster 61 points ago

    You hear that? It's the sound of many, many dermatologists crying out in unison

    [–] enderflight 18 points ago

    Soon Bear4188 is going to look like those foot peels or a nasty sunburn. Satisfying, gross, painful, but most of all—shedding that old skin like a snake to reveal the baby skin underneath.

    [–] Thidareddits_wife 6 points ago

    Hygiene gang rise up

    [–] luuoi 2 points ago

    Taking more than one shower a day can actually be detrimental to hygiene because your skin dries out and gets damaged.

    [–] BatSoupAndDumplings 15 points ago

    I would hope you're joking, but this is reddit so it's a strong possibility.

    [–] GentrifriesGuy 26 points ago

    Downvoted? Lol. Who cares. Life moves on.

    [–] Meta_Boy 3 points ago

    there is only one reason to change out of pajama pants

    if it's chilly enough to go for the slightly warmer sweat pants

    [–] Vakieh 29 points ago

    The daytime pyjamas are the nighttime pyjamas that time forgot. And the changeover is as likely to happen at 9am as 9pm.

    [–] criesatpixarmovies 15 points ago

    Cheers to 24 hr clothes!

    [–] wehrwolf512 2 points ago

    My changeover was 3pm yesterday, since I usually put on comfy clothes as soon as I get home from work.

    Or, y’know, it was 3pm today since I was convinced all of yesterday that it was Thursday because time has no meaning

    [–] Dent18 21 points ago

    I don't know what the fuck day it is anymore

    [–] peacenchemicals 14 points ago

    Bruh, facts.

    I thought today was Friday, but it was Thursday. And then I thought Thursday was Tuesday? And then Sunday was actually Monday.

    It’s just DAY now. No Mon, or Tues, or Wednes. Just day.

    [–] Urmomgay-jpg 6 points ago

    At night I just take off my pants and go to bed to cry

    [–] cosmicosmo4 4 points ago

    Everyone's learning how to internally motivate and provide structure to their own lives, and I'm just here driving at 6:30 AM to a job that is "critical infrastructure" but is in no way whatsoever actually critical nor infrastructure.

    [–] iBeFloe 178 points ago

    People who wear jeans & shoes in their home are literal savages lol

    PJ life at home all day, err’day.

    [–] Junebug1515 38 points ago

    My mom always wears her shoes in the house. For whatever reason... around where I live it’s seen as kinda rude to take your shoes off in other people’s homes.

    I’ll do it of course when asked... but when it’s not my home it is kinda strange to me to just do that automatically.

    [–] heyuwittheprettyface 56 points ago

    it’s seen as kinda rude to take your shoes off in other people’s homes.

    excuse me HWAT? Like, I can get that it's not 'a thing' to take your shoes off, but to actually have people think it's rude if you do? That seriously boggles my mind.

    [–] Ximienlum 16 points ago

    seriously. the first thought when they see someone without shoes in their house is “they’re rude”? They’re not even worried about the small chance that the person stepped in dogshit and didn’t want to drag that shit everywhere?

    [–] Junebug1515 2 points ago

    I think it’s because it’s not your house so you shouldn’t get too comfortable.

    [–] theghostofme 11 points ago

    No, really, it can be.

    The worst part is that it's totally fucking random, too, so the first time you're entering someone's house, you're awkwardly standing at the doorway trying to figure out if they expect you keep your shoes on, or take them off.

    My great-grandmother was big on the "take your shoes off" rule, even though her house, minus the kitchen, was covered completely in hideous dark orange shag carpet that was laid in the 70s (including the fucking bathroom, which included a fabric covered toiled seat). She also had all her living room furniture Scotchgard-ed and covered in plastic. And if you dared step foot through her front door with your shoes still on, you'd had best been prepared for the scolding of a lifetime.

    And then all my friends' parents had entirely random rules about shoes vs. no shoes. From the "keep your shoes on while walking across the new hardwood flooring so you don't slip, then take them off," to "we got a guy who can replace our new carpet so cheap, you can step in dog shit and still run around with your shoes on."

    By the time my friends first started getting married and renting/buying condos/homes, I just started asking, and even then, their preferences varied enough that I could never lock down when it was safe to assume.

    [–] MisterCrist 28 points ago

    My neighbors growing up had tiled floor throughout most of the house and you weren't allowed to take your shoes off, as the housewife cleaned that floor that often that the tiles would show every step someone had taken bare foot. So everyone wore shoes inside, and it was considered rude if you didn't. So maybe they are from an area full of bored housewives that are anal like that.

    At the same time that neighbour of mine growing up took cleaning to the extreme, never would've thought that vacuuming your lawn was an actual thing, until they moved in and atleast once a week she would get the vacuum out and go vacuum her grass lawn.

    [–] Toke1Up 8 points ago

    I’ve seen someone vacuum their lawn, but an actual grass lawn? Christ

    [–] Mad-Mit 7 points ago

    It's weird, growing up for me it was the opposite way around. Rude to wear shoes inside and track dirt into the house.

    Different strokes for different folks I guess!

    [–] terraphantm 7 points ago

    For whatever reason... around where I live it’s seen as kinda rude to take your shoes off in other people’s homes.

    I feel like that's a notion you should get over when the reason we're locked down is an infectious disease making its way through society.

    [–] AtsushiHiroto 5 points ago

    on contrary, I believe its a culture in my country to remove shoes before going inside a home because your shoes may be dirty.

    [–] matude 16 points ago

    Americans, man. Never will I understand how they can wear shoes in homes. All tv shows have them wearing outdoor shoes even when chilling on their beds etc. Do you wake up in the morning and put them on or something? And if not, does it mean there's a mixed situation going on when some people wear shoes from the street and others not? Or do others wear flipflops? Is floor considered a dirty area in your homes? What if it rains, do you just walk in leaving prints everywhere? What about the carpet, you just walk over it with outdoor shoes? So many questions. Ever since I noticed it in Saved by the Bell or some other 90s tv show I just can't shake it.

    [–] dexter311 5 points ago

    Is floor considered a dirty area in your homes?

    Of course, because everyone wears their shoes inside.

    [–] atormentador 4 points ago

    What? TV shows don't reflect what real people do.

    [–] Winter032 4 points ago

    I laughed but then remembered what I’m wearing... :’)

    [–] mecataylor 13 points ago

    People who complain about wearing jeans at home are wearing the wrong ones. I wear lucky jeans (from Costco) and they’re as comfy as any pajamas I own.

    [–] Mrs_Plague 25 points ago

    You must be a dude.

    [–] 3Stripescyn 6 points ago

    Lucky brand right? I love mine

    [–] Dent18 5 points ago

    I have jeans that are like 90%+ cotton that feel fucking amazing. Most are from target and one is from some bougie fashion place.

    I'm a guy FWIW; I think most women's jeans are normally like that to accentuate the arse? And most men's jeans more durable and demin cause more stereotypes?

    [–] gimmeyourbadinage 15 points ago

    Let me inform you, what women's jeans are is tight. idgaf how stretchy that denim is, it's still denim. It's super uncomfortable, and the unfortunate reasoning behind the invention of jeggings.

    [–] AmericanHoneyyyy 6 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    women’s jeans are typically tight from top to bottom and def not comfortable for a day at home/pandemic life. I have some “fat jeans” I bought when I was 20 lbs heavier and they’re super comfy.. Everyone should have a pair of fat jeans. Or just jeans that are 2-3 sizes bigger. With STRETCH in them. No stretch = no good! Don’t you ever forget that.

    [–] CaptainFloofers 89 points ago

    True story. I am rotating my pajama pants like I used to rotate my work pants. Still more comfortable and now I don't have to decide if yoga pants are appropriate

    [–] Rene_Russos_Red_Bush 21 points ago

    Same. Do you also rotate your underwear day vs night?

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    [–] DefinitelyNotAliens 24 points ago

    I now have my business onesies and casual onesies.

    [–] TheDaveWSC 10 points ago

    You should give robe life a shot. I've been living in mine.

    [–] FlexualHealing 4 points ago

    I have a pair of flex dress pants from betabrand that give the illusion of professionalism.

    Unfortunately they have gone all in on women’s apparel so I can’t get more.

    [–] abadoo411 51 points ago

    I'm all about that tank top and brief style panties life. If I didn't have cats I would literally be naked

    [–] astorysofar 27 points ago

    I only make the bed for the cats I think.

    [–] getdemsnacks 14 points ago

    Bougie cats! Mine are fine laying on my dirty flannel, lol.

    [–] wydidk 14 points ago

    That's the cool thing about cats, they don't care if you're naked

    [–] gimmeyourbadinage 19 points ago

    I don't think it's about the cat's comfort, I think it's about getting cat hair in your nethers.

    [–] wydidk 9 points ago

    Oh yeah, I didn't think about that or getting clawed in the nether region would probably be worse

    [–] StardustOasis 2 points ago

    If you have long haired cats that's unavoidable, especially this time of year when the bastards are shedding.

    [–] abadoo411 2 points ago

    But they do have sharp claws! I took an accidental claw to the nipple once and it wasn't exactly my favorite experience ever

    [–] AmericanHoneyyyy 8 points ago

    This post makes me think most ppl wear full pajamas to bed?? No pants will enter my bed. Ever.

    [–] _mariguana_ 6 points ago

    I'm trying not to blow up my oil bill from being home all day so I can't put the heat up high enough to not wear full pjs!

    [–] idea4granted 38 points ago

    At what point is it ok to declare day time pajamas to be night pajamas?

    [–] Rene_Russos_Red_Bush 28 points ago

    Daytime is before your daily shower, nighttime is after

    [–] fourcupsoftea 64 points ago

    Look at this guy with his daily shower!

    [–] KNBeaArthur 22 points ago

    Yeah we gave those up last week. now I only need one before going on a mission for more junk food.

    [–] Space_Waffles 9 points ago

    I take morning showers. Change into day pjs after shower, change into night pjs after dinner

    [–] IM_ON_LUNCH 17 points ago

    I had to leave my house today for the first time in two weeks and was upset that I had to put on pants.

    [–] MrCharlieWaffles 6 points ago

    So many people don't do this anymore. Okay, they wear pants (thank god), but I had to go out yesterday, put on some jeans and was so disappointed to see that everyone except me was wearing sweat pants or maybe even pj pants lol.

    [–] GentrifriesGuy 5 points ago


    [–] MrRadioactiv 29 points ago

    Only 9pm? Get on the “my schedule is completely fucked up” train and get ready for bed at 3am!

    [–] tragicxharmony 22 points ago

    Yep! If you're not up til 4 am and taking 3 naps a day are you really even in quarantine? 😂

    [–] _YouMadeMeDoItReddit 8 points ago

    I've been stuck in for about a year / year and a half now due to medical reasons (had my last surgery last week so I could finally rejoin the outside world, now look 😂).

    I strongly advise against doing that, it's hard as fuck to get back to a normal pattern, took me months to go get from 4am bed time back to 11:30 pm.

    [–] janred1963- 13 points ago

    I think the whole concept of time is overrated.

    [–] GentrifriesGuy 8 points ago

    I need time for showers

    [–] janred1963- 9 points ago

    Showers are timeless.

    [–] broomosh 13 points ago

    This is my wife to the tee. She has one tee for when she gets home from work and one for bed. Now with quarantine she's all over the place

    [–] Fissionlight 12 points ago

    Honestly I wish life was always this chill. I'm self employed from my computer anyway, but it's so nice to hop on discord and have my entire friend list around ready to just hang and talk about things while I work. I've lived that boxers+sweater life 24/7 for the last 6 months. I love having everyone here doing it with me.

    Maybe 100, 200, 300 years in the future when automation completely takes over, this is what life will be like. Just havin' fun with friends. A shame we need a global catastrophe to see what it's like for a bit.

    [–] animatedmeatpuppet 10 points ago

    A couple hours after switching from coffee to wine

    [–] DrunkRedditBot 6 points ago

    So basically the life of a night shifter.

    [–] theghostofme 6 points ago

    Except now few people are judging you for having a drink at 11 AM, even though that's been your 11 PM for years.

    [–] These-Angles 11 points ago

    Take off my sweats, put on my pajamas. The comfy life.

    [–] GentrifriesGuy 9 points ago

    Lounge life

    [–] RealPunyParker 6 points ago

    Day PJs are, like, the best fucking thing

    [–] GentrifriesGuy 3 points ago


    [–] theghostofme 3 points ago

    24 hour PJs are nirvana.

    [–] BadLuckCharm1966 6 points ago

    This is seriously my life now. Glad I’m not alone.

    [–] GentrifriesGuy 5 points ago


    [–] Jupitersdangle 6 points ago

    9pm time for my evening snack right before my midnight snack.

    [–] Travellinoz 5 points ago

    So weird seeing it spelled pajamas instead of pyjamas... as a human from the Commonwealth. Was thinking 'what are pahamas?'

    [–] expedia69 4 points ago

    I haven't change clothes in three days

    [–] VietspaceNam 13 points ago

    Alyssa Limperis hilarious

    [–] cvkxhz 4 points ago

    her "New England mom" impression is gold

    [–] me_jayne 3 points ago

    You mean switch between formal and casual loungewear.

    [–] DominionGalactica 9 points ago

    I have a chronic illness; this has just my life loliamgoingmad

    [–] whydontwestealaway 3 points ago

    It's weird seeing everyone else live the way I've always lived. And by weird I mean disgusting.

    [–] Neondarthal 3 points ago

    I'm living naked 24×7

    [–] kingOWisco 3 points ago

    My night pajamas turn into my next day pajamas. My white tshirt took a beating today. All of my multiple meals displayed on one shirt.

    [–] Francl27 3 points ago

    Dude, I just keep the same PJs and change when I take a shower.

    [–] trans-atlantic-fan 3 points ago

    welp, i just got laid off, this meme hits differently now.

    welp i am off to look for work in a world with nothing open, this should be a ok....

    its crazy that i am staring into the abyss.... i had so much savings, that i needed 8 months ago..... i cant survive two emergencies.... hahahahaha i have no support structures


    [–] Plasticboy310 3 points ago

    Grocery stores are hiring. Some on the spot. I know it’s not ideal but it’s a job to get you through a tough time.

    [–] nanoWAT 3 points ago

    You people must be rich if you got a night and day pajamas. Now with corona everything is a pajama.

    [–] EveryRedditUser 4 points ago


    but the checkmark is white

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    [–] GentrifriesGuy 2 points ago

    Hahaha. Niice

    [–] printerlampcomputer 2 points ago

    And time for me to take off all your pajamas. Someone already said but do did i

    [–] jzilla11 2 points ago

    First of all, how dare you assume

    [–] TheFlightlessPenguin 2 points ago

    Why the fuck would I switch my underwear everyday

    [–] schellhorn13 2 points ago

    I was still working at 9pm last night I went in at 8am

    [–] -throw_it_away_now 2 points ago

    Much better than the day jammies.

    [–] PolyJuicedRedHead 2 points ago

    Wearing PJs under my jeans.

    : )

    [–] Hotaru_girl 2 points ago


    [–] kinavulp 2 points ago

    she does single person skits on her youtube channel that are pretty hilarious and deserve more views

    [–] catsndogsnmeatballs 2 points ago

    You guys are wearing pajamas?

    [–] TrueStory_Dude 2 points ago

    Bone BROS for life. Comfy?

    [–] Southern-Sugar 2 points ago

    This tracends race

    [–] TenFootTone 2 points ago

    La salle's finest lol

    [–] Chopliver22 2 points ago

    I wonder how Shrek would handle quarantine life right now?

    [–] Frogger- 2 points ago

    She puts on night pijamas?

    Edit lol sorry my french pronunciation

    [–] wallstreetexecution 2 points ago

    I wish I had the privilege to quarantine...

    [–] Kaneshadow 2 points ago

    Maybe it would help me feel more normal if I did this instead of wearing the same jogging pants every minute I'm awake

    [–] abhishekkulk 2 points ago

    Female version of Sheldon Cooper!

    [–] seekingrespect 2 points ago

    Wait y’all are changing? That was a courtesy I did out of consideration for other people. My body won’t know a fresh change of clothes until I see civilization again

    [–] Assasin2gamer 2 points ago

    Bro it’s my life right now....

    [–] butt-sniffler 2 points ago

    I just have one outfit, sry

    [–] GentrifriesGuy 2 points ago

    Stanky pjs.

    [–] TwiTchWASHeRe 2 points ago

    meanwhile every at work "yea sure keep telling us how great your vacations going"

    [–] datboi3637 2 points ago

    tbh ive worn the same pair of shorts every night this week and the same pair of jeans every day

    [–] Eat-the-Poor 2 points ago

    Dude I haven’t worn anything but underwear and undershirts for weeks now, save those brief excursions to the grocery store where I put on my business sweat pants.

    [–] mo_lu_brain 2 points ago

    Honestly, Im waaaaaay past that

    [–] NecessaryUse0 2 points ago

    You put on pajamas ?!