If it was left up to me…

I would wear my Jammies all day long. Both inside the house and out. But the jammies making companies should not emblaze PJs with plaid. Why do they insist on plaid? Plaid is code for someone is outside without permission. It’s a red flag for neighbors to know that someone is outside when they should be inside. Are you following me? Wearing plaid outside indicates someone has escaped his house without street clothes. Plaid is something like people wearing orange when instead should be wearing black. Plaid is the uniform of the confined. The sequestered. It’s what someone wears when imprisoned in his or her own home. Although, women seldom wear plaid jams. But when we men wear plaid outside everyone on Earth knows we shouldn’t be outside in our plaid PJs. “Look Clarence, Mr. Oldenfatt is outside in his jammies. Is he sleep walking?”

None the less, I am a jammies monger. I just want to rise from bed and walk outside and go to work or go to a NBA game. Again, if it were left up to me I’d wear my jams to work and church. Even to the movies or when team bowling. But anyway, either the clothing manufactures should make regular clothes comfortable enough like Jams or make PJs without the ‘arrow pointing’ plaid. Making jammies Mostly of flannel and very loose. So for Pete sakes leave off the freaking PLAID. Perhaps a dark gray with pin stripe would be better. They could even make PJs look like tuxedos with a printed on bow tie. Life would be oh so much better and comfortable wearing jammies all day and all night. Where is my Spiderman PJs?

Published by OkieMan

I come from a family who migrated from the parched red dirt Plaines of southern rural Oklahoma. Migrating to blue collar working class community of East Los Angeles. There is where I was born. I am Mr. Writermelon. I can only write what my grammar and spell checker allows. I am neither profound nor profane. Boy howdy! Send comment to: Mr.writermelon@gmail.com

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