Bloggers and Pajamas

In response to a question from Mrs. Mom, Vanderleun has begun a survey of bloggers and their pajama preferences. As to himself, he confesses, “I shall not divulge here the actual nature of my pajamas except to note that I own five pairs and for some odd reason I cannot find the bottoms to any of them at present.” The Anchoress finds his loss of the bottoms vice the tops “odd” and then launches into a discussion of the pajama preferences of herself and her husband.

I still hold to the position stated in a long-ago post on Michelle Malkin’s pajamas: “Do grown men really wear pajamas?”

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  1. Gollum says:

    Pajamas? What dreadful things! They should be avoided at all costs, I think.

  2. Steve Verdon says:

    Pajamas are for kids.

  3. McGehee says:

    Now that Pajamas Media is well established, it’s time for the next phase: Commando Media.

  4. kent says:

    �Do grown men really wear pajamas?�

    Well, I do, but then I’m not a blogger any more.

  5. AskMom says:

    I think when I started this discussion of pajamas, I didn’t strictly mean just pj’s, but rather everything that people might wear to sleep. And OH the emails I have been getting!