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25.03.2011 | 街頭睡衣

上星期寫咗篇關於睡衣嘅post, 雖然我冇明顯將睡衣同「屋企衫」分開, 之不過我係絕對兼且非常否定將屋企衫當出街衫嚟著嘅!!

我平時不至於身光頸靚要谷衡晒行頭, 但係講到出街點都會執得企理啲啦.. 絕對冇可能著住套睡衣一副「我就嚟要瞓覺look」就咁出街架噃.. 有幸見到以下幾位前衛睡衣擁躉(尤其中間位女士睡衣配皮鞋仲行得颯颯有風), 我真心要擊掌佩服佢哋囉~~ @_@
wrote a post about pyjamas last week, though i don't draw a clear line between pyjamas and "house clothes", i am very particular about what i wear at home should never be what i wear out of the house!!

i don't require myself to dress up glamorously, but at least if i go out, i will make sure i am neat and tidy, and definitely not going to be in a i-am-going-to-bed-soon look with pyjamas on me.. it's really an "honour" to see the above pyjamas fans in the street (especially the lady in the center wearing leather shoes with pyjamas who walks so "attitudely"), i really want to give a big clap and salute to them~~ @_@
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61 comments:

  1. Over my dead body or rather over my bananaz skin..would ever see me in any of these. Never wore any of those except for the one time during the 'hair raising ceremony'.

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  2. Eeee... so comfy and confident ah, to walk around in PJs like that?

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  3. Myself, no way! And I look at any people wearing them in public one kind one.

    I don't even allow my son wear pyjamas if we go out at night!

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  4. Haha!! No way I am going to go out of the house in my pyjamas unless there's an unexpected sudden earthquake!

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  5. Even then, I won't be in pyjamas cos I sleep naked remember? Hahaha!!

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  6. I really think people should limit pyjamas to home wear or bed time wear. But then again, who am I to tel others what to wear and not to wear? It's a free world! LOL!

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  7. Maybe if Lady Gaga starts wearing pyjamas, the trend will catch up quickly. And those who don't wear pyjamas outside their homes will be considered outdated. Haha!!

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  8. Have a good weekend and remember to wear your pyjamas before going to bed! LOL!!

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  9. no pyjamas outside the house..very improper..

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  10. its the trend after them watching stephen chow's 'kung fu'..
    a sexy fashion trend set by the 包租婆 ;p

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  11. hahha! no no. not going to wear pyjamas at outside!! LOL

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  12. even tho its just a walking distance market near my place, i will make sure myself get changed before go out!! LOL even for just a min.

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  13. hahaha!! wearing pyjamas n matched with leather shoe!? @.@ dats really fuhney to me!! xD

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  14. n i think ppl at here will laugh at ppl who wear pyjamas at outside lor! =.= unless u're still a kid! :p

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  15. It seems to be the norm here. I don't, but whatever works for others... My concern is more for the dirt/dust one brings to the bed.

    At least the lady has her bra on, I think. Hey, maybe that's her daywear..

    SK, cool that you are matching my result on the personality quizzes. Two weeks running now, and counting.

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  16. Btw, SK, have you gone to McD for the 2 free breakfast? You can access the link to the voucher from my site, wor. Offer is only until Mar 31, so hurry!

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  17. you should see my FIL wearing sarong to pasar LOL

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  18. I won't mind if the public pajama parade was done for the fun of it, and must be a group effort ;)
    +Ant+

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  19. haha.....very funny le!

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  20. Hahaha :D I don't think I mind wearing these pyjamas out. :p

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  21. Sometimes I only clad in singlet and shorts when I am outside. :p

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  22. I think it doesn't matter what you put on as long as you are not scantily clad. :p

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  23. SK Thambee, you always ran naked in the slums of Chennai. That's when Kamala spotted your little kuku-chiao!

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  24. You were shameless and didn't know was pyjamas! LOL

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  25. Outside,I always wear shorts with polo T-shirt or singlets whenever possible ... Malaysia is hot like hell...!

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  26. Those photos you posted look like China's folks. The villagers don't give a damn.

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  27. So now Thambee deh wear nothing except a white Dothi at home and Kamala loves it nia...

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  28. i was told a couple of times the broadshorts that i wear to town is like a pyjamas. =.="

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  29. this is still applicable in certain villages on the outskirts of town where i work. of cos outside pyjamas r newer than the ones they wear at home

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  30. No way... I definitely will not wear any pyjamas on the street. I don't wear pyjamas to sleep :p

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  31. Wear pyjamas, can sleep everywhere lah.....in LRT, in bus, in taxi.....ha ha ha!

    I wonder if they carry toothbrush oso?...LOL!

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  32. Haha Pete great thinking. You are saying wearing pyjamas is like a licence to sleep? Then can wear to all meetings especially AGM, BOD "Bored of Direction" meetings...etc etc muahaha.

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  33. 呵呵..我还真的接受不了穿着睡衣出街的行为呢!
    可是我就看过有人穿着睡衣在外享用宵夜,在想会不会是方便,吃饱后直接会周公!呵呵...

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  34. 我对自己嘅装扮百分百放心,绝对唔会求其披件衫出街见人示众!呢班街头睡衣帮,我打死都唔会跟风囉!呵呵呵~~~

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  35. I wore that and walked in my pajamas before er.. 45 years ago.. hahha...

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  36. @ Bananazஇ:
    hahahaha, you seem like very reluctant to wear any pyjamas bro.. so that was the one and only time you've every wore one??

    @ lina:
    haha, those are from mainland china i guess.. well, maybe to them this is some kind of fashion?? haha.. of course for me, never ever will do that definitely..

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  37. @ foongpc:
    hehehehe, so you sleep naked?? ooopss, so when there's an earthquake then you will be running out naked?? wow, what a view, haha.. hmmmm, Lady Gaga to bring the pyjamas fashion?? hey, i think very possibly one day, and then everyone will be doing that on the street!! but definitely not me as i won't be following the fashion blindly..

    @ wenn:
    yeah, pyjamas is only meant for the bedroom, or the most within the house only..

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  38. @ Danny:
    errr, i think 包租婆 didn't set the trend, but just to follow the trend in mainland china lor.. anyway, she's really a classic~~

    @ Caroline Ng May Ling:
    yeah, never will i wear any pyjamas to go out at all.. anyway, if very near walking distance outside my house, i still wear my "house clothes" but not pyjamas lor.. haha, yeah, very funny right?? pyjamas with leather shoes, hahaha~~ that's very wrong.. :D

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  39. @ HappySurfer:
    yeah, i think maybe in small town there are still people wearing their pyjamas running around the village.. but for me, definitely not, that's quite improper though.. errr, i'm not really interested for the McD free breakfast, as i still need to spend RM5 minimum.. if free then just give away free without any conditions right?? :p

    @ Small Kucing:
    hahaha, but then sarong is one type of the malay traditional costume mah, not right??

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  40. @ Gratitude:
    well, the only reason to wear your pyjamas outside of your house is when there's a pyjamas party or parade~~ :p

    @ mNhL:
    yeah, that's actually quite amusing to see pyjamas on the street..

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  41. @ Tekkaus:
    well, if within very near walking distance outside my house, i will wear my worn-out "house clothes", too lazy to get a change.. but never pyjamas lah, at least house clothes still not pyjamas right?? haha..

    @ Twilight:
    haiyah, no lah, running around naked in the slum was more than 30 years ago when Thambee was still a kid.. remember Arumugam also did the same thing together with Thambee mah, that's when Letchumi fell in love with Arumugam when she saw your KKC, hahaha!!! yeah, i think those are in mainland china, maybe that's a trend of them to wear pyjamas to the street~~ :D

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  42. @ Medie007:
    haha, so are you still wearing that pair of broadshorts out?? OMG, better not do that again lah~~ :D

    @ Bengbeng:
    yeah, i guess this is still quite a "trend" in small town and village.. hahaha!! so they really have two sets of pyjamas?? one for home and one for going out?? *faint*

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  43. @ TZ:
    hahaha, that's actually smart.. we just wear normal clothes to sleep, and we can still wear the same thing to go out, hahaha~~

    @ Pete:
    haha, maybe you are right?? they are wearing something they feel most comfortable with.. and after sleeping in LRT, bus and taxi.. straight away they can go to bed after reach home~~ :D

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  44. @ Bananazஇ:
    haha, maybe Pete has his own way of thinking.. and it make sense if they wake up early to go out for some chores and plan to go back to sleep later.. why bother to change at all?? haha~~ :D

    @ bluecloud:
    其實那些小地方的人應該還是會這樣啦, 不過大城市應該沒有這些"景色"吧?? 有的話, 可能要拍照訪問那個人囉~~ 哈哈!!

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  45. @ edward:
    哈哈, 所以我聰明, 唔會著呢種一間就知道係睡衣嘅睡衣.. 我一套T恤短褲, 又可以瞓覺, 又可以出街, 就算我當係睡衣都冇人知道啦係咪?? 呵呵~~ :D

    @ reanaclaire:
    hahaha, maybe that time you were in your small village?? i think i did that before lah, inside the kampung nobody will bother~~ :D

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  46. Wait... is this a trend now? I definitely wear my pyjamas outdoor if they were from major designers - Marc Jacob, Vera Wang... kekeke. Otherwise, better keep it in the house.

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  47. haha, i would like to see those pyjamas on the street too.. is or was that a trend?? haha

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  48. definitely i won't wear my pyjamas outside my house.. unless it's on a purpose, eg: pyjamas party or parade..

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  49. well, i guess those photos are people in mainland china right?? as i know, rarely see people like that in KL, other small kampung maybe still have..

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  50. I never put on pyjamas out of the house but I can't remember when I was little ;-)

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  51. LOL, what a way to attract people's attention!

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  52. 在这里,偶尔会看到穿‘蝴蝶式睡衣’的aunty飘过。。。。

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  53. 唔喺呀,全部都喺你影架?呢啲人都幾吻下來豁出去喔!

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  54. 每次看到有人穿睡衣出门,
    都会很怀疑他们是怎么想的?
    尤其是女的,不会不好意思吗?
    通常是马来同胞,虽然不是性感睡衣,
    不过还是很不适合啦!

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  55. Oh nope, lucky i will never wear pyjamas when i go out.

    the second photos is look funny, he or she?

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  56. I guess they are from china right?

    hehehe

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  57. @ Yvonne:
    haha, even if those pyjamas are from Marc Jacobs and Vera Wang, i still won't wear them outside.. unless one day Lady Gaga makes the trend, haha!! :D

    @ victor:
    yeah, it will be quite amusing to see people wearing pyjamas on the street right?? haha, i guess you are right, maybe not in KL but those small town there are still people doing that.. :)

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  58. @ Dora:
    yeah, i definitely will not do this but cannot remember if my mum made me do that when i was a kid, haha!! :D

    @ Alice Law:
    yeah, that's actually a way to attract attention from people.. wonder why Lady Gaga hasn't done that yet?? :D

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  59. @ imyuyu:
    哈哈!! 蝴蝶式的睡衣!! 嘩, 那簡直就是經典囉.. 你沒有拍照留念咩??

    @ 海市蜃樓:
    哈哈, 唔係我影嘅咁又, 我都好希望可以親眼睇到架, 不過呢啲全部網上搵嚟嘅~~

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  60. @ Ashley:
    哈哈, 其實我還蠻享受看各式不同款式的睡衣的, 覺得很娛樂性囉, 尤其是那些蝴蝶式的睡衣, 簡直是要拍案叫絕了, 呵呵~~ :D

    @ CH Voon:
    haha, yalor now of course never, but i cannot remember if i did that when i was a kid.. haha, second one is auntie lah, so funny right?? they are from china i guess..

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