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questions about pajamas

it's very healthy to sleep attireless at night or at least to have light and angelic airy clothing to go with a special halo gay headband, no one will know

it's very good to let your demonic side out too, while home alone, and release anger. Then you can even wear a bear suit
When I was a kid, yes, and once in awhile, I do. I normally wear shorts or sweatpants and a t-shirt to sleep in now.
Just pajama bottoms. I wear short-sleeve T-shirts with different designs. If I wear long-sleeved shirts at night I overheat.
do you wear pajamas at night
Haven't worn anything in bed on a regular basis since I was 10 years old. I don't feel an urgent need for it anywhere else and I hate clothing in bed.

If there are people around who might complain or if I'm somewhere with no blankets, I'll wear a bathrobe or just sleep fully clothed.

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