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pyjammas and bathing suits
04-05-2006, 04:13 AM
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pyjammas and bathing suits

Ok...you all know how nosy I am, so I need you to tell me and the rest of the board:

1) What kind of pyjammas you sleep in or if you sleep in the 'all together'?


2) What kind of bathing suit do you wear?

Men: Speedos, regular trunks, long 'board' type trunks.
Ladies: bikini, 2 piece that's not a bikini, or 1 piece.

(if you don't go swimming, you can just say "I don't go swimming.")

I guess I'm Cornish...:unsure:
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04-05-2006, 04:22 AM
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I wear various types of pj's. Sometimes gowns, but never long ones, matched short sets, long pants with matching ribbed sleeveless t-shirts. It depends on the weather, how cold the AC is in the summer, and other variants.


Bathing suit is a 2 piece that is a strappy looking top and 'shorts'. I have 3-4 in differnt patterns/colors. I adore them and buy one every year they are out, so as to never run out and never have to show the havoc of having two children yet being comfortable.:cool2:


Come on folks...post away. I wait your replys with bated breath.:laugh:

(I KNOW I need to go to sleep...but I can't!!:mad2: )

I guess I'm Cornish...:unsure:
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04-05-2006, 05:04 AM
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When I actually get changed for bed (and not collapse unconcious) I change into a rather fetching solf pink camisole which is lovely and comfy and was a gift of a find from Tesco's for £3 - I now have 2 and will be buying another on my next visit - I have even bought some matching pink lace trim knickers 3 for £5 from Matalan! Before this it was little t shirt dresses or tshirts and pants.

Swim wear is usually bikini's on the beach or sunbathing in the garden and a speedo swim suit for swimming (indoors). I have purchased a Tankini (?) this year - a strappy top and bikini bottoms - which am quite excited about.

This thread could turn out to be quite thrilling if we get pic's of the boys in their speedos. Happy days.
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04-05-2006, 07:34 AM
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My nightwear consists of everything from a sassy silky strappy number (as yet unworn) to thick fleecy wincyette pyjamas. The middle of the range is those long T-shirt type things which, once washed and tumble dried then become normal T-shirt length!

The strappy thing was bought by hubby on a recent shopping trip. When I told him at the check out that I wouldn't wear it he exclaimed "then I'll find someone who will" to the delight of the cashier.

I can't sleep in the nuddy and as hubby frequently goes to bed long before me when he's on early shift, I often stand in the bathroom and strip off to the T-shirt I've been wearing all day (doing the "magic" removal of bra without taking off said top) and just creep into bed in that Blush

Hubby sleeps au naturelle and I notice the sheet on his side of the bed wears thin, obviously because every time he moves he's rubbing against the sheet and not pyamas!!

I have 4 or 5 one piece swimming cozzies. I haven't worn a bikini since giving birth as my stomach resembles an old crepe bandage Sad
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04-05-2006, 07:39 AM
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PJs for me with a tank top. Long warm bottoms in the winter, and cotton cutoffs in summer.

One piece or tankini, depending on how fat I'm feeling. I've gone off swimwear since I put on weight :mad2:

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04-05-2006, 08:21 AM
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Critique Wrote:The middle of the range is those long T-shirt type things which, once washed and tumble dried then become normal T-shirt length!

This is EXACTLY what happens to mine. Some of them i understand, as they were cheap - but even expensive nightshirts shrink and become very short.

When i first met Mr.B i slept in the nude. But about 5 years ago i gained a little weight and so i then slept in old vest T-shirts with a pair of knickers.

Now i tend to wear nightshirts.

Mr.B used to also sleep in the nude, but now he wears jersey short thingies.

On the beach i always wore a Tankini. I prefered the way my stomach was hidden, but i could lift it when sunbathing. I dont think i have ever worn a bikini ... or if i have they are the ones with big pants. I havent been abroad for years though - so this body hasnt had swimwear on for a VERY long time. I couldnt wear anything so skimpy in the garden as it wouldnt feel right :unsure:

Mr.B. wears long swim shorts on the beach as he doesnt like his legs.

I'm not perfect, but im so close it scares me
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04-05-2006, 03:00 PM
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Jamas in winter and matching sets of shorts and t-shirts in summer. I always wear cotton, couldn't sleep in anything else. I used to sleep in the buff but haven't for years now. Mr M wears cotton boxers and has been known tp put a t-shirt on with them on very cold nights.

On the beach bikinis and also the pool on holiday but in local swimming pool a one piece cossie. Sunbathing in the garden its a bikini but I am thinking that I am getting a bit old for that now so might look into a tankini this year.
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04-05-2006, 03:07 PM
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I don't like to wear much in bed so it's usually little vest and knicker sets.Always cute ones tho'.I LOVE bed.If I'm lolling around on a lazy hazy loungy saturday morning then it's jim jams, with a cosy cardi.

I always wear a bikini on hols,I never spend much on them.Into Penny's before I go and buy about 3 or 4 at 8 euro each.
When I am out foreign on sun holidays I always try to buy a gorge swimsuit to bring home.The range is much better abroad...AND cheaper.So I try and buy a proper fancy swimsuit for when I'm at home and go swimming.
Bed is great.
Hols are great too.

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04-05-2006, 03:45 PM
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msgirl Wrote:Ok...you all know how nosy I am, so I need you to tell me and the rest of the board:

1) What kind of pyjammas you sleep in or if you sleep in the 'all together'?


2) What kind of bathing suit do you wear?

Men: Speedos, regular trunks, long 'board' type trunks.
Ladies: bikini, 2 piece that's not a bikini, or 1 piece.

(if you don't go swimming, you can just say "I don't go swimming.")
1) Usually just boxers but if it's cold a T-shirt as well.

2) Swimming shorts...so I guess that be long 'board' type trunks?

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04-05-2006, 08:14 PM
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Nowt in bed for me! Can't stand wearing any nightwear. I feel like I'm getting trapped or strangled when I turn over.
And I turn over alot, I wriggle about trying to get comfy. As my mum used to say, I'm an igg frigg!

As for swimwear, it's got to be a full swim suit. Can't wear a bikini with my belly, scarey.
I actually had it on today as well, I was helping out with my sons swimming lessons at school. He's just started them this term, and it was great, in the baths with 10 kids at a time, jumping from side to side, putting heads in the water and blowing lots of bubbles.

To say these kids are only 6/7 they are doing brilliantly.

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