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What clothing if any do you like to wear when watching TV?

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Come home. Slippers. Pj's. Robe. Drink. Tv On - Brain Off for a time. Then TV off and into the books.

@MarvelAnn It is not a bad routine lol


I have not worn clothes while watching television for 30 years and 8 days.

Rugglesby Level 8 May 20, 2018

But who's counting? smile002.gif

@germangirl90439 Tis easy, last time I had a television connected was in my 1st house which I moved out of on 12 May 1988. Have not watched television clothed or naked since then.


If I'm going to sit and watch TV, I put on my comfies, which is similar to what most folks wear for PJs.


My hat, which I can't find at the moment.



It varies but I wear something so I don't drop crumbs on my gonads smile001.gif

ipdg77 Level 8 May 20, 2018

Who's house are we at? What room am I in? Is it day or night? Are there other people there? Usually pajamas or make with a blanket.


It depends on who's house I'm at.

Sticks48 Level 9 May 20, 2018

I checked pjs as there was no "comfy day clothes" option. I like to be somewhat covered up in flowing, loose clothes.

The "just socks" option nearly killed me! (:

Zster Level 8 May 20, 2018

Clown costume.



Lol! I thought that someone would reply in the negative. Clowns can be creepy.

Ya, creepy in a pedophilia kinda way. ?

Aawwwwwww... Hell Naw!!!
No need to go there. I guess my idea of clowns is more cartoon oriented.

It's sad that the innocence of childhood is exploited. Hence my lack of belief.

To me, THAT'S why clowns are frightening. Sorry if I freaked you out. Its my dark nature.?

No worries. We all have our ways and means and you have your personal and justifiable reasons. Embrace your nature and feel free to reach out if you need someone to talk to. One persons' jokes may be another persons' tragedy, and vice versa.



End of the day, decompressing? PJs

N7EIE Level 6 May 20, 2018

Unless someone else is around me I'm nude any time I'm home


I don't watch TV, but I love watching movies in the nude. Makes going to the theater a bit awkward, though.

You remind me of Superman.


I started to put I don't watch TV, but I do watch MSNBC when on treadmill.

Carolina Level 4 May 20, 2018



Captain sweatpants here. Sweatshirt and robe for misty nights near the water. ?

Markus Level 7 May 20, 2018

I call them my "comfy clothes". Not necessarily pajamas but I wouldn't wear them out. In the winter, they're heavier (sweats/sweatshirt) and in the spring and summer, lighter.


So many useless polls.

Right? Whatever happened to just hitting the "next" button?


Shorts and a nike pro cutoff. And i'm "freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, freeeeeeeeeeee baaaaaaaaaaallinnnnnnnnnnnnnn'" lol


I live alone so I am usually wearing limited clothing inside my house.

DenoPenno Level 8 May 20, 2018

Haven't owned a tv in a long time.


You forgot to add tuxedo and gowns LOL. But also, I do not watch t.v.


I don't watch TV, only Netflix. Commercials are bad.

Beatnik Level 7 May 20, 2018

If it's my house, nood is good with a blanket.

Emme Level 7 May 20, 2018

I didn't vote, as I don't consider what clothes to wear for tv watching.

bingst Level 8 May 20, 2018

I wear whatever I've had on most of the day. I don't change clothes often, and I keep clothes on while I am up because I like to keep the blinds open and don't want to freak out the neighbors. I suppose my best answer would be work clothes, but the clothes I'm wearing today when I'm not working could be worn to work. Are they work clothes or leisure clothes, and in my leisure time I'm working to get ready for next week; housework and that stuff. And for that matter I don't think the TV has been on in a week.


It all depends on the temperature.

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