These Are Your Jeans: Pajama Jeans

Nothing says I’m a piece of shit who can’t deal with even the most mundane of day-to-day adult responsibility like a pair of jeans that are secretly fucking pajamas. God damn it, these pants make me so ANGRY. I love comfort and breathability as much as the next person who loves comfort and breathability very much, but can we not pretend like wearing jeans is akin to binding feet on the pain-for-fashion-scale. Even if you are wearing regular ($50-$100) jeans in your day-to-day life, you are already CUTTING CORNERS AS A GROWN UP. (And don’t even get me started on sweatpants in public. And no, the problem is not, as the Pajama Jeans infomercial suggests, just that sweatpants get too wrinkled from doing errands.) No big deal. People who don’t live in houndstooth houses shouldn’t throw whatever. It’s not like I’m wearing a three-piece suit to Head Blog Quarters every day, but come on. There is a reason that it is socially unacceptable to wear pajamas all day long: because GROW UP. The fact that you have to camouflage your pajamas should tell you that you are DOING SOMETHING WRONG.

“They look like they were made by some European designer.” This ad should kill itself. (Thanks for the tip, Drew.)