posted on Feb, 27 2006 @ 07:03 PM
Originally posted by DevinS
What's wrong with pajamas while shopping? If they have pockets to hold your wallet who cares? And curlers, well, I don't understand women, some
can spend a good hour getting ready, me? A shower, brush teeth and hair, get dressed, ready for work.
I'm with you! I don't even notice if people have curlers! But I wear sweats to the store. It's because I don't give a crap what people think of
But to answer the original question, there are different 'grades' of public places. The supermarket, the laundry mat and the video store share the
grade just above the drive-thru. Above that is a department store then the mall. The grade is propertional to the liklihood that you'll see someone
you know there.
Since you're in a grocery store for a short amount of time, you probably won't see anyone you know, so it gets a lower grade, than, say the mall,
where you'll be for a while, going in and out of different stores and will likely see someone you know.
The lower the grade, the sloppier you can be.