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Well, we have another pajama TSV.  Is that all people do now days is lounge around all day in pajamas.  Don't people work anymore???  Sorry, I'm venting.....don't feel good today.............

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I agree, i just can't watch anymore pajama shows. I don't think i have seen Shawn in reg clothes in months.

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@Patriot3 wrote:

Well, we have another pajama TSV.  Is that all people do now days is lounge around all day in pajamas.  Don't people work anymore???  Sorry, I'm venting.....don't feel good today.............


@Patriot3  I haven't worked in twelve years, so no, not everyone works. I also think QVC has many 'older' viewers. 

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Totally agree with Pj's,enough already.Why hosts have them on beats me!

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Re: Another Pajama Show

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@bewise wrote:

Totally agree with Pj's,enough already.Why hosts have them on beats me!


I can understand them wearing them during selling them. But often they've all had them on even during cooking shows, make-up and other things...where I guess they are depicting everyone around the house, comfy cozy at Christmas now. And Shawn works the night shift, so maybe now she's gotten the ok to always just be in her jammies. 🤣

Doesn't bug me, but I agree it's overdone.

 

As for older viewers...all the older people I know, 70's, 80's, 90's, get dressed in real clothing everyday, even if they are around the house. Ok if anyone does want to stay in pjs too, I'm just saying...retired, "older" audience may not be the reason.

QVC has had older viewers for years...but it's since pandemic they've had this onslaught of pj shows...for whatever reason marketing has deemed this a good idea.

 

I get dressed, home or not. Everyone else I know does too. 🤷‍♀️

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I won't watch, especially the evening shows.  I don't work but even on "lounge" days I don't wear pj's of any kind.  Comfy jeans and sweat shirt is my uniform of the day.  

 

My personal preference for sleep wear is nightgowns and I refuse to wear printed thin fleece bottoms, just me.

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I felt the same way when I saw the TSV.  Oh brother, here we go again......I admit I do have a pajama day now and then, especially on a snowy winter day, however, these pajama shows are getting a bit stale, IMO.   I'm also not a Cuddl Duds fan as a few years ago I had purchased their fleece leggings, they were the worst pants I ever purchased and both pairs ended up in the trash after only one wear.   I washed on gentle and hug to dry and I have never seen worse pilling on an item in my life!   Totally turned me off to this brand.

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I saw our historic district have the annual Christmas tree lighting and everyone was in real clothes enjoying each other and themselves. No one was in pj's. Looked like a Hallmark movie.

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Re: Another Pajama Show

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Yes, the Cuddle Duds shows were just that - duds.  Even with Jane acting all excited about them.

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.@Patriot3   No, they wear pjs shopping, to the grocery store, to parties and skiing (according to Kirsten), everywhere.  We are a nation of slobs.  If Cuddl Duds and Mul Luks ever go out of business, so will QVC.   Sick, sick, sick of both. 

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