I’m Leaving Formal City For

1962 Marietta, Georgia

Actually, this nation has gone too far to the casual dark side. Time was, when a gal wouldn’t show her bra strap in public, much less her thong whale tail. Now, you can’t throw a stick without hitting a high school girl’s bum cheeks spilling out of her shorts. If I never saw another fool wearing pajamas out in public, it would be too soon.


It takes just as long to pull on pants as it does pajama bottoms. Have they no sense of decency?

I’m not going to go so far as to say a parent who allows their children to wear pajamas in public is a bad parent, but there is a time and a place for everything. Pajamas are private.


11 thoughts on “I’m Leaving Formal City For”

  1. Uh oh…Kerbey’s on her anti-pajamas-in-public rant again. I agree but, then again, I remember wearing suits on airplanes. Shoots, I can’t even figure out the attraction of buying new jeans that are already ripped at the knee.

    :…dinosaur waddles off in to the tar pits alone…:

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    1. Don’t get me started on ripped jeans! You know I’m crochety and I get on pajama rants. It’s the pull of the 50s coming for me. I would be fine with not letting anyone on an airplane without a suit or a dress. It would be a better world. I have a pic of my dad’s family in 1960 at the airport, and they all look AMAZING in gloves and suits and dresses and shoes that GLEAM in the Florida sun.

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      1. You are getting a little crotchety. Next we’ll be hearing a condemnation of those who wear their pants pulled down ow to show their underwear. Then, yoga pants at church. Picky, picky, picky.

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  2. Even inside my own house I now call them lounge pants, Kerbey. Ha. No, it’s no-hole jeans outside for this guy still. (Lounge pants may get a quick tour through a fast food drive through on a weekend breakfast trip.)

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