We all have our own beliefs. Like I think that if you watch Keeping up with the Kardashians, even ironically, you're pretty damn stupid for wasting your time. It doesn't mean I'm right, nor does it necessarily mean you're stupid. And as much as I want to be a "to each his own" kind of guy, there are certain things that I just can't abide.
For some people, there are other things they can't keep quiet about and feel the need to put people on blast in public for.
Like this dude who snapped a photo of two women shopping in the pajamas and then felt the need to share it with the internet, criticizing them for their choice in attire while strolling through the grocery.
In fact, he was so irked he tagged the store he was shopping in online, which resulted in more than a few people getting pissed off.
In his original post, the irate Chris Cooke wrote:
"Dear Tesco, please can you put a rule in place that people like this will not be served in your stores. It's bloody disgusting. This was at 7pm last night at your Tesco Salford store and I have seen other people dressed similar on a regular basis. I mean who doesn't have the time to get changed into clothes to go shopping."
His message was parodied and resent to Tesco, stirring up a controversy that centered all around pajamas.
Some people with more "traditional" upbringings thought that although wearing pajamas out in public is less than ideal, at least the women weren't "half naked" like some of the kids today.
The outrage poured into Twitter as well.
People offended by others wearing pyjamas need something else to focus on! #pyjamas— Jess Edwards (@EducatingJess) January 6, 2017
If you're labelling someone disgusting for going to a shop in their #pyjamas you really want to revise what you constitute disgusting.— Rachel Hawkins (@ourrachblogs) January 6, 2017
Shopping in #pyjamas. Who literally cares if other people want to wear pjs out? And honestly how BORING must your life be if you do care ??— jess clayton (@Jessclaytonxo) January 6, 2017
Some people agreed with Cooke, however, and thinks that wearing jammies out in public is the pinnacle of rudeness.
#pyjamas Standards of decency, etiquette, manners&self esteem have plummetted so far that we think shopping whilst wearing pyjamas is okay?!— WYSIWYG (@Wonderwoody1) January 6, 2017
What do you think, is wearing pajamas out of the house ever OK?