61
By rhiannakirwan - / Sunday 17 April 2016 18:48 / United Kingdom - London
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
By  hekinokuroihi  |  17

Kids would show up in pajamas to my high school no matter what day it was. They could be freaking graduating and they would try to walk in pajamas. You probably weren't too out of place if your school is anything like mine was.

Comments
Reply

Agreed. You don't need to to home to change. It's one day, it won't kill you. I used to go to school in pajamas on days where I didn't feel like getting dressed. It's not that unusual.

By  Siehnados  |  17

Funny shit, but seriously that was obviously a joke, YDI.

Reply
  Bunnyluver  |  20

Not if the school doesn't say so over the PA system. Plus, that is more in celebration of Homecoming and stuff like that. I wish I had known better though.

Reply
  Suaria  |  30

Same with my high school. Homecoming is celebrating the first football game of the season. The school usually has a dance later on.

By  hekinokuroihi  |  17

Kids would show up in pajamas to my high school no matter what day it was. They could be freaking graduating and they would try to walk in pajamas. You probably weren't too out of place if your school is anything like mine was.

Reply
  oathkeeper99  |  31

OP is from the UK though, and as far as I know every schoolkid between Year 1 and Year 11 has to wear a school uniform. It's not customary to even wear your own clothes to school here (barring non uniform days) let alone pyjamas. I'm honestly surprised OP wasn't sent home to change, my school sent people home for wearing trousers the wrong shade of grey!

Loading data…