Pajama Jeans..really?

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Pajama Jeans..really?

liilii080 liilii080
Does anyone else crack up any time that commercial comes on TV? If you haven't seen it, they're skinny "jeans" made out of pajama material complete with faux pockets and zipper air brushed on. They look comfortable but I can't help but crack up. Anyone else with me? Is there another commercial/infomercial that you can't help but laugh along with?
01/10/2011
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Chilipepper Chilipepper
I giggled at it the first two times, but realized something ...

It's a hell of a lot better looking than those GD real pajamas people wear in public. I do NOT need to know that you sleep in Spongebob Squarepants jammies simply because you don't feel like getting dressed when you go out. At least these pajama-jeans look like they made an effort to get dressed to go out in public.

(I won't wear them. I prefer real jeans.)
01/10/2011
ToyGeek ToyGeek
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
I giggled at it the first two times, but realized something ...

It's a hell of a lot better looking than those GD real pajamas people wear in public. I do NOT need to know that you sleep in Spongebob Squarepants jammies simply because you ...
Sorry, I'm one of those people you see in banks and post offices in cartoon jammies, boots, and a baseball cap. It's an unfortunate side effect of having a home office.
01/10/2011
Jobthingy Jobthingy
As ridiculous as the name is (they really could have thought of something better), I think the idea is great for one reason, and one only.

My daughter is one handed because of a form of cerebral palsy she has. her right hand is what we call her 'helping hand'. It floats around, involuntary movement called chorea. It will never be a dominant hand. Because of this being one handed, she cannot wear jeans. If she goes to school and has to go to the bathroom she cannot do them back up alone. In grade 7, that does not work very well. she cannot very well be running through the halls with her pants open asking someone to help.

She lives in yoga pants. SHe has every color under the sun. they can easily be pulled up or down without worry. So this is something she could wear, work with and still looks like what everyone else wears.
01/10/2011
cherryredhead88 cherryredhead88
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyGeek
Sorry, I'm one of those people you see in banks and post offices in cartoon jammies, boots, and a baseball cap. It's an unfortunate side effect of having a home office.
I occasionally go out in my comfies as well, everyone needs a day where they can relax- whether it be public or not!

As for the pajama jeans... I find it hilarious that they also show off pics of butts lol
01/10/2011
Misfit Momma Misfit Momma
Ok so I've never heard of them but I just went and looked them up and I totally want some. They look like they would be much more comfortable than regular jeans.
01/10/2011
deletedacct deletedacct
They're better than sweat pants that give you wedgies, camel/moose toes~ they look really comfy but i wouldn't wear them though.
01/10/2011
SexyTabby SexyTabby
I'm a jeans and t-shirt kinda girl so I don't really wear pajamas. That being said I did wear my slippers to the drive thru yesterday lol

Did see the commercial and thought they looked comfy but doubt I'd wear them. Would expect the kids would love em though.
01/10/2011
Rockin' Rockin'
Those are some expensive Pajama Jeans. Forty dollars? No thanks. I'll usually wear jeans/corduroys out to the store or on errands, and wear pajamas/active wear around the house or on walks. I don't really care what pants other people wear.

That infomercial was pretty funny. It cracked me up like the Snuggie ones do. I'll stick to regular jeans and regular blankets
01/10/2011
Illusional Illusional
Quote:
Originally posted by Jobthingy
As ridiculous as the name is (they really could have thought of something better), I think the idea is great for one reason, and one only.

My daughter is one handed because of a form of cerebral palsy she has. her right hand is what we call ...
My little sister has cerebral palsy and rett syndrome.
She's in a wheelchair and can't do much on her own, but she's my bright shining star.

Those sound perfect for her, cause she's 11 and not exactly light and her home and school assistants rely on yoga pants, sweat pants and she does have them in every every every imaginable color with matching tops and the like.
01/10/2011
liilii080 liilii080
I love me some yoga pants (whether I intend to do yoga or not). If they were black and not airbrushed, I would probably sport a pair. I think it's the airbrushed pockets and the pictures of all the butts that makes me cringe! That and the fact that I don't even TRY to get in to skinny jeans. I remember when they were called tapered leg and getting my ankles stuck in a pair in 4th grade scarred me for life!
01/10/2011
gone77 gone77
You know, I totally would've mocked these a few years ago, but as I get older and with the troubles I have finding comfortable pants that fit AND I can afford, I actually kinda dig these jeans. Seriously!
01/10/2011
Crystal1 Crystal1
All I can think when I see that commercial is that they are SO not going to look like that on anyone who isn't the size of a model!
01/10/2011
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
I haven't seen the commercial for these.
01/14/2011
ToyGeek ToyGeek
Actually, they used to have soft pull-up fake jeans without a zipper years ago. They weren't called Pajama jeans, and they were made out of some sort of stretchy cotton denim-like material that was great for physical activities. I wonder what happened to them.
01/14/2011
Danielle1220 Danielle1220
Wow, never heard of these! I want a pair!!
01/14/2011
ZenaidaMacroura ZenaidaMacroura
This commercial definitely made me and my boyfriend crack up when we saw it. I mean, I guess it's an okay idea, but "Pajama Jeans?" Really? Stupid name and commercial. And...I sleep in Spongebob pjs. But I've never gone out in them.
01/14/2011
VenusianThunder VenusianThunder
I definitely found these hilarious when I first saw the commercial. I can see the appeal, but I would not sleep in them, mainly because I don't wear any kind of pants to bed.
01/22/2011
Michelle Menace Michelle Menace
I keep hearing about "Pajama jeans" so i just looked it up and sure the commercial looks ridiculous and the voice of the woman saying "PAJAMA JEANS" HAHA! But man, I am all about being comfy! And i will wear my pajamas out with my pink fluffy happy bunny slippers if i want to! If nobody likes it then too bad! because yanno what? i probably don't like your outfit that you took all day to pick out. HA. I don't usually go out in my pjs , but the second i come indoors i jump right into my pj bottoms, wife beaters (muscle shirts) and my slippers. I'm seriously thinking about wearing them out everywhere i go. The only thing i think looks gross is when you see someone in pajamas and they're all stained and faded lol. That's kinda nasty, but whatever! At least they're comfy and they're not coming home with me so it doesn't really matter what they look like .. does it
01/27/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
I might wear them. But, like ToyGeek, I'm the one you see out and about in my Snoopy PJs pushed into my winter boots that aren't zipped up while out and about. That's just how I've always been tho. However now I can blame it on working from home
01/27/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Oh dear lord. Well I guess they make things like that because people will wear them. I would never wear anything like that, even in my own home.
01/27/2011
Redboxbaby Redboxbaby
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyGeek
Sorry, I'm one of those people you see in banks and post offices in cartoon jammies, boots, and a baseball cap. It's an unfortunate side effect of having a home office.
You would fit right in here in Alaska!
01/27/2011
TheSinDoll TheSinDoll
I think I'm going to pass on the jammy jeans. When I leave the house I'm a big fan of dresses, just cute little babydoll dresses, with tights in the winter and cowgirl boots.

I really don't even wear jeans much unless I'm walking the dogs.
01/27/2011
DustBunny DustBunny
I think I may need a pair for traveling. I can't stand wearing jeans when we have to be in the car for a long time, so sadly this has made for some awkward moments. The first time I met his mother I was wearing chef pants, they're really comfy and it was a 15 hour drive. I mean 15 hours in the car, I wasn't planning on being dressed if I didn't have to be. The next year when we went back I wore pajama's, thankfully we stayed in a hotel, so I could change before we met people.
02/02/2011
slynch slynch
pure laziness.
04/02/2011
IrishLassie IrishLassie
Quote:
Originally posted by liilii080
Does anyone else crack up any time that commercial comes on TV? If you haven't seen it, they're skinny "jeans" made out of pajama material complete with faux pockets and zipper air brushed on. They look comfortable but I can't ...
I giggled. I still do giggle when I see the commercial. I used to think it was for the lazy. However after reading some of the comments, it's a nifty idea for people who have a disadvantage. I am such a sucker for infommercals. I never buy, I just love to watch.
04/06/2011
*Ashley* *Ashley*
I SO WANT SOME!!! haha.
04/07/2011
virtualmirage virtualmirage
I think all the women on the commercials are wearing those padded panties because they have the strangest butts ever. They are all popped out and high and kind weird shaped. Ugly if you ask me.
04/15/2011
Cream in the Cupcake Cream in the Cupcake
hell, Id rock em if they looked good on me. I have some jeans that are really stretchy like that and they look good and are soooo comfy.
05/16/2011
alliegator alliegator
Yeah, they make me laugh. If you want soft, stretchy pants, just wear yoga pants of sweats. Making them look sorta like jeans is silly.
05/16/2011
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