I was watching a rerun of the Big Bang Theory and Penny comes to the door wearing a spaghetti string tank top and ugly shorts, with a shortie robe and slippers. She was wearing a bra under it, and you could see she was nippled up.
Yet in movies, the girl usually goes to bed in panties and pjs, or a teddy or babydoll with just panties and no bra.
With the way TV is acting like R-rated movies now with Adult Viewing warnings, why are so many TV shows portraying us girls as basically going to bed fully clothed?
I wear a tshirt or cute little pajamas and panties to bed. If it is super hot outside in the summer, I have gone to bed in just my panties.
My adopted sister I share a room with, goes to bed naked every night.
Her sisters wears a bra and top to bed every night, yet she cuts down her boyshorts to look super sexy.
What do other girls wear to bed at night?
by the way, this question came up because my dad and mom were arguing over TBBT and Penny wearing what she was when she came to the door when Sheldon knocked. My dad said she would look more realistic AND SEXIER if she wore what she should be wearing.. her little shortie robe, no top, and just panties, or her shortie robe, wife beater tshirt, and panties. My mom said every girl wears what she likes AND the censors made Penny wear a bra.
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I feel like I'm the weird one it here. I wear everything I can to bed: bra, underwear, fleecy (in the winter) leggings, cami, cardigan or sweater, and socks. I get cold all the time and have 4 blankets on my bed right now. I have a different hoodie, cardigan, or sweater for each of my pyjama sets, and a few fleeces to go over the top in the winter (I wear sweaters in the summer when I sleep because of AC). Sometimes I wear my cow spotted onesie over the top of everything or add leggings warmers and arm warmers. When I was a kid, I'd evn wear my shoes to bed. ROFLMAO
Penny was scantily clad compared to what I wear to sleep in. I don't understand how people sleep naked. I get so cold all the time I have to bundle up
(And I don't know about the bra thing, but I wear one to bed because I need things to stay in place while I'm tossing and turning. They say it doesn't cause breast cancer like some people think it does anyway)