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Subject: Re: Some unrelated, quite weird, questions
Author: Parfaitcheri   (Authenticated as sarinvae)
Date: January 27, 2013 at 6:23:08 PM
Reply to: Some unrelated, quite weird, questions by AnastasiaE
1. Kind of. If wearing them as gym clothes for gym class when I was like thirteen then yes. But I also don't wear 'pajamas' in the traditional sense. My PJs are sweats and t-shirts, which I've gone out in before. In high school I did track and would wear my workout clothes and sweats if I had to go to the store after practice r to a friends house, wherever really. Then in college I did track for two years and for the other two years I worked out at least a few times a week and frankly carrying an extra change of 'nice clothes' in my backpack seemed like a waste of time and space and it was heavy. It seemed especially stupid after I moved off campus because the bus back to my house only came once every three hours or so and I still had to walk about a half mile back home. Again I know that to most people sweats and pajamas are different but for me my workout clothes were my sleep clothes. Then I've worn shorts and like slippers in a ridiculous combination because my friend and I bought a video game but they put the wrong one in the case so we had to go back and I didn't feel like changing.

I do however, dislike the idea of wearing traditional PJs out in public, Sweats are one thing because it makes you look athletic (if the're not too scrubby) but I just think that PJs make you look like kind of a loser. Well actually just PJs with childish prints do. I see people do it all the time. Wear PJ pants with like tweety or monkeys on them or something, its just too young for them. I guess what I'm trying to say is that if you're just going out of the house quick, then its fine. But if you're actually going somewhere or doing stuff then you can just throw a pair of jeans on real quick.

2. I legit laughed at this question. And yes I've eaten dog treats twice in my life. One when I was very little. And then another a few years ago. My aunt has two dogs and they had treats that were cinnamon flavored. We became curious as to whether it actually tasted like cinnamon or not so me and my whole family all took bites of a couple treats. They tasted like flour and that was pretty much it. We were quite disappointed.

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