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I’d like to be business pyjama woman.

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This came up on R's FB page. :mog:
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Ummm ... :lol:
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Now is their moment! Clothing for the Corona Armageddon...

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They look like desiccated body parts ... and not necessarily human. :mog:
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Oh god. To both of those. The Armageddon clothing is horrendous!

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Is it actually real? I mean surely not? It looks like the clothing of a murder victim after they're dug up.

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Or what they found on the prehistoric people in peat bogs

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Yes :lol: that bog man in the British Museum is wearing one of their outfits

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It's a character's outfit, isn't it. I can't remember which character from which film/ tv programme but I'm sure I recognise it.

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Disco wrote:
Sun Mar 29, 2020 10:36 am
It's a character's outfit, isn't it. I can't remember which character from which film/ tv programme but I'm sure I recognise it.
R has just seen this and said it reminded him of The Bug from the original MIB film. :mog: (I don't think that's what you meant though.)
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https://www.warehouse.co.uk/gb/clothing ... id=dresses

Warehouse are selling a dress that looks JUST like a garment my nan liked to wear to do her cleaning in.

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Honestly, you'd think they might have some decent offers on what with their business plunging off a cliff but the best they seem to be doing is free delivery!

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smalex wrote:
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Warehouse are selling a dress that looks JUST like a garment my nan liked to wear to do her cleaning in.
Ooh, a house coat! I haven't seen one of those in a while. Although I remember them being blue and patterned. Exact same (lack of) shape though!

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Wed Apr 22, 2020 2:30 pm
Warehouse are selling a dress that looks JUST like a garment my nan liked to wear to do her cleaning in.
Ooh, a house coat! I haven't seen one of those in a while. Although I remember them being blue and patterned. Exact same (lack of) shape though!
There was a raging debate on one of the radio stations over here, as to what a 'house coat' was. You and I think of it as being something like this - a sort of overall-type dress for doing the household chores in. But, it seems, at least half the world thinks a house coat is what (I suspect) you and I call a dressing gown. Like this :lol:
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Yeah, a housecoat is a dressing gown in my interpretation.

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Well I nearly called it a house coat because in my memory that was what my nan called it, but then I googled because I had an idea people called old fashioned dress gowns house coats. The internet is divided!

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I would call an overall like that dress a housecoat, but I don't know exactly where that term comes from for me, no one in my family wore one although a neighbour grandmother figure did, maybe she called it that?

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Apparently house coats/dresses are very on trend now with everyone having to stay in. I haven’t got one.

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Erica Davies just did an Instagram story on them. It starts off with the history of them. It’s saved in her highlights.
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My grandma wore one. When it wasn’t in use it lived in the cupboard under the stairs where her giant roll of sellotape lived. She bought it in the 60s and it was still going when she died age 95 :love:

I’m not into them at all :ttth:

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