“Honey, for my TripAdvisor review of our nifty B&B, I’m going to post this photo of you enjoying breakfast in your pajamas. That’s just the type of relevant information people want to see.”
“Dear, that’s a fabulous idea, as you can tell from my enthused expression.”
“Hey, did you notice that weird couple by the window? They’re eating breakfast fully dressed. I think they might have already showered and combed their hair.”
“Yeah, I don’t think they know how B&Bs work. They’re acting as though this isn’t their own home.”
“Sheesh, some people.”
This photo of Abigail’s Hotel is courtesy of TripAdvisor
December 9, 2012 at 2:04 pm
Oh, I think this photo is a set-up. Reason? her pajamas are all PRESSED! No way did she sleep in those. Unlike the guy I saw in the post office, in his pajamas and a parka, and the seat of them was all bagged out. He not only slept in them, he apparently also spent several hours sitting in front of his computer in them.
December 9, 2012 at 2:19 pm
I am somewhat impressed that he owned pajamas. When did men stop wearing pajamas and start wearing sweats and tees? Same for women, as well, though perhaps the nightgowns were only in movies. I watched a lot of British TV growing up, so I always wanted fancy pajamas and a dressing gown.
December 9, 2012 at 5:41 pm
True dat, sleepwear is not what it used to be. I always wanted those glamorous peignoirs, too.
December 9, 2012 at 5:43 pm
People wear pajamas everywhere in North Jersey now — the supermarket, the mall, Target, fast food places — especially young Asian women. Very disconcerting.