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what i mean is you dont take anything off to go to sleep with your casual clothing still on no shoes or socks
There are numerous times ive fallen asleep with my clothes on. Who cares
Depends on what you wear during the day. Jeans and collar shirts tend to get twisted up as you reposition yourself during sleep. Leaving your shoes on is definitely not okay.
Ok? Yes. Normal? No, unless you're homeless.
what about drunk & passed out?
what about all 3?
If you are wasted it's normal. If you're sober, it's not. Clothes get dirty. I wouldn't want all the dirt from the outside in my bed sheets.
If it's falling asleep with your home clothes, it's normal. I fall asleep in front of the tv regularly, only to be woken up by my girlfriend who tells me "You fell asleep" XD
Don't your clothes stink?
My clothes would stink if I did this. Maybe that says more about me than it does about you.
If you want to sleep in your clothes and it doesn't make them stink then go for it OP.
Admittedly, I used to go to sleep in my regular clothing. Oftentimes I would fall asleep in my jeans and a t-shirt. I don't do it anymore, I usually put on something comfortable or sometimes I'll sleep in my underwear.
I do sometimes, feels good
Your bed, your choice.
Most people don't sleep in their street clothes because they're too warm to wear under covers, because lying on them leaves them wrinkled, and because anything you've come into contact with during the day gets transferred to your bed linen.
But there's no law against it, and if your lifestyle makes it a sensible thing to do, why not?
I wear cozy flannel pajamas.
I wear nothing at all.
Since you don't know me, it's safe to say that. If you did know me, I wouldn't say it, because I'm much too kind a person to deliberately cause permanent mental scarring.
A few nights, I'd come home late after working and just eat and sleep just like that, just managing to take my coat and shoes and stuff off
I sleep with lingerie on. What's your point OP?
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