Parents criticize ‘idle chavs’ for running to school in their pajamas
Do NOT wear your dressing gown in front of these parents
Parents and readers of Stoke on Trent Live slammed the “bone idle chavs” wearing pajamas on the run to school or while visiting local stores.
Parents who attend school are often seen wearing dressing gowns or pajama pants, but other moms and dads apparently don’t.
The debate began after a principal recently wrote a post on Facebook demanding that parents wear appropriate attire while dropping their children off at school.
“The dressing gowns in the schoolyard are not appropriate,” said the disgruntled principal.
Readers have slammed parents and called them lazy with others, bluntly suggesting that showing up to school without getting dressed first is bad.
Tracy Corrigan wrote: “As a working mom with two boys and one who rushes like a nut every school morning to get everyone up and ready, never once in my six years. school, I haven’t been late or come in. Pajamas. It’s just laziness. And no example to teach children. Get up in the morning, make your bed and get dressed. is not difficult. “
Parent Shaun Myatt said, “He’s one of my pets, seeing people go out and out in their sleepwear. An absolutely lazy thing to do. If you can’t put the effort into putting on your fake tracksuit and your disheveled Ugg boots, your children are unfortunately at a great disadvantage in life. “
Elaine Clayton went so far as to use the phrase “In walks a lady, I use the term loosely” while describing such an incident.
Soon after, parents began to compare their lives to those of other reviewers, explaining how they worked twice and always found time to get dressed in the morning.
It was Sara Brookshaw who came out on top as the voice of reason, stating, “Actually, I don’t see what the problem is. If you are a single parent with several children and you are trying to dress them up and sort them out for school Most parents have fun kids.
“They try to sort their kids out before themselves and sometimes the weather isn’t on their side so they have to rush with what they’re wearing. It doesn’t mean you’re lazy being in a dressing gown. Maybe some parents would rather have their kids on time than risk being late.You just need to understand people’s lives rather than assuming they are lazy and have no respect for things. themselves. “