Bestselling Men's Novelty Sleep & Loungewear Sets in 2020
2 PCS SET Mens SUPERMAN Cotton T Shirt & Shorts Sleep / Lounge Set M Grey & Black
- 100% cotton.
- Machine washable.
- Officially licensed.
- Pro quality printed graphics.
Lazy Ass Men's Pajama Pants Bottom by LazyOne | Pajama Bottom for Men (Large)
Harry Potter Hogwart's Alumni Sleep Loungewear Pajama Set - Medium
- Sleep Set features Harry Potter.
- Officially Licensed Product.
- Adult Mens Size.
- 60% Cotton/40% Polyester.
Adventure Time Cartoon Network Men's 2-Piece Sleep Set - Jake Spray Tank Top and Finn Shorts Set (Medium)
- ADULT PAJAMA SET - 60% Cotton 40% Polyester. Machine wash.
- COMFORTABLE FIT: Shorts have elastic waistband and a functional button fly and drawstring elastic waistband. Side pockets.
- EVERYDAY WEAR - SLEEPWEAR: So soft and comfortable - This pajama tank top and shorts are perfect for everyday wear, or perfect for lounging and a comfortable nights sleep.
- MEN LOVE THEM - men love these tanks tops and shorts for casual dressing, loungewear or pajamas. Women like to wear them too!
- PERFECT GIFT - For men and Adventure Time Jake and Finn fans!
Star Wars Apparel Star Wars Galactic Empire Pajamas Star Wars Pajamas-XX-Large
- Kylo Ren probably sleeps in this set of sleepwear featuring his hero, Darth Vader. The blue shirt has Vader's mask on it as well as "Join the Dark Side" text. The black shorts feature the Star Wars logo and help you feel like a member of the Empire while you get ready for bed.
Sesame Street Cookie Monster "Me Want Cookies!" Mens' Sleep Set (L)
- Mens 2 Piece Set
- Fleece Lounge Pants
- Elastic Waistband with Adjustable Drawstring
- Material: Shirt: 60% Cotton, 40% Polyester; Pants: 100% Polyester
I Believe Bigfoot Men's Pajama Pants Bottom by LazyOne | Pajama Bottom for Men (X-Large)
Marvel Comics Avengers Hulk Iron Man Spider-Man 2 Piece Pajama Sleep Set - Medium
- Machine Wash
Sleepyheads - Bear Cheeks Lazy One Adult Red & Black Plaid Flapjacks Med)
- all cotton rib knit
- Unisex union suit with drop seat
- Funny bear cheeks print
- 100% cotton knit fabric
- Machine washable
Stud Puffin Men's Pajama Shirt TOP by LazyOne | Pajama TOP for Men (X-LARGE)
EFINNY Matching Family Christmas Pajama Sets Plaid Lounge Wear Sleepwear for Mom Dad Baby Kids
- FEATURES: Family Matching Pjs for Mom & Dad & Kids & Baby; Super festive metrics with color red, black and white; Plaid pants + white/black tops; Baby romper is of plaid all over and side zipper closure; Casual and warm set of pjs; Christmas family matching set to show your full love between the whole family; Wish you a Merry Christmas.
- STYLE: Parent-Child Family Matching Christmas Pajamas Set/Lounge Wear.
- FIT: Casual fit.
- OCCASION: Home, Louge Wear, Go for a walk after dinner, Christmas, Pajamas.
- Tips: Please choose at least one size up if you want it to be more comfy and loose fit.
Christmas Family Matching Pajamas Set Santa's Deer Sleepwear Dad Size M
- 100% Cotton,Imported
- KIDS: Snug fitted pajama set with long sleeves, tagless, crew neckline, ribbed knit cuffs, elastic waistband, and comfortable stretch; for your childs safety, the childrens pajama set is snug fitting
- WOMENS: Long sleeve 2 piece set, Lightweight knit crewneck top in a comfortable tagless design, ribbed knit cuffs, Printed knit legging pant with elastic waistband and ribbed knit cuffs;
- MENS: Lightweight knit top in a comfortable tagless design, contrast crew neckline and relaxed fit, pants with elastic waistband
- Must purchase each size individually; sale is only for one pair; easy care, machine wash. Sizing Charts available in description
Doctor Who 11th Doctor Sleep Set, Black, 2XL
- Great loungewear
- Top: 100% polyester. Bottom: 60% cotton,40% polyester
- Machine wash cold line dry
- Runs small
- Made in China
A Receded Economy and Sleep Wear
Job searching in sleep wear.
My first order of business was to find a job. I happen to live a bit farther than walking distance from anything, so I employed the services of the internet. An invention that I am thankful for. I wrote up my resume and promptly posted online through various web-based employment pages. I was (am) impressed by the response. I thought the job market was lousy, so I was told and had heard on various news outlets. I have had four interviews in the past two weeks. Job searches done in sleep wear. Hooray for the web.
But the one thing I can't do from the comforts of sleep wear is take my driving test. Yes, after twenty years of driving, having a clean record, I must take the New Hampshire driving test - the written and the road test. What kind of hog wash is this? I know it's my fault for having let my liscence lapse. And I could have gotten one in LA, but the public transit system is pretty darn good. Regardless, I still would have to take at least the written test. Aren't there records to show that I've possessed that little plastic card that says "yup, he's a driver"? Perhaps I will show up in my sleep wear and tell them to "never mind the attire, this is a waste of my time and didn't think that it was worth me getting dressed for."
Back to the job searches. I had this one interview that went fabuosly. I would say that it was the most enjoyable one I've ever had. And I've been to numerous interviews over the years. I've gone to interviews even when I wasn't interested in the job. I learned a long time ago that each interview is a learning experience. So that's how I look at it - the experience. However, I did have this one recently... I actually didn't stick around for. I get in there and the vibe was enough to send me under my bed. But, I thought that I'd give it a chance. So, the receptionist hands me a packet.
Oh, let me back up. I walk into the place and on the door is a sign with a name different from the one I emailed my resume to. The first thing the man inside said, "Your in the right place. We haven't changed the name on the door. That was what we use to be called." This was the trip wire that gave me the bad vibe. "Why haven't you taken care of such an important thing," I thought. At any rate.
Yeah, so the receptionist hands me this packet, brings me to this back room that looks like a lecture room at a dysfunction-ally low budget adult-ed school. The posters on the wall were still of the old name. Then there were these chessy charts on the wall. So it was with a booklet that sat on the table across from me. "Hmm." I filled out the short questionnaire. It focused primarily on what my carrer goals were and how much money I was hoping to make. I wrote six figures all over the thing. Dream big is what they say. Even if I make $99,999.00, I've reached it. Right? I mean if someone were kind enough to give me a dollar, hot dog I can honestly say I've got six figures.
So I fill this thing out. And I sat... and sat. Then I thought, "Quick, make a break for it. But I can't. I'm in this room and I must pass by the recpetionist. Wait. If I stay I can drill this guy as to why he hasn't changed the name of the company on the door? No. I'll come off as arogant and I don't want to belittle this guy or the company." I actually felt sorry for the people who worked there. I have never heard of either name they used. It seemed hokey, to say the least.
What did I do? You ask, or perhaps are thinking. Maybe you don't even care and haven't reached this point as you find this little story boring. Oh well. This is what I did. I got up. The guys in the back eating on the other side of the glass looked and I ignored hoping they wouldn't try to keep me. One guy got up. I, with ninja-like ease, opened the door and closed it. I went up to the receptionist having passed by a man in a suit. The receptionist was on the phone. Drat. The man asked, "Can I help you."
"I wanted to speak with the receptionist who helped me." Think quick, I thought.
"Can I help you?"
Think quick. "Are you blank (name left out to protect)?"
I introduced myself and said, "I'm sorry to waste your time and I appreciate your time, but this isn't for me."
He wished me luck and I was on my way. I was relieved to get out of there. I felt I had just exited from the Twilight Zone.
I'm sure they are all hard working. The job, I discovered wasn't for me. Greater yet, the environment was far from being a place I would look forward to going to each and every day.
The place where I had the fabulous interview, now that's a place I would get up each day, give the morning stretch and yawn and snap to with excitement that it's time to go to work. Believe it or not, I got this type of vibe. As it stands now, I am going back next week for the second part of the interview. It seems that I may have the job. I'm stoked. And all this done from the comforts of sleep wear. Who said the job market is bad. It may be struggling a bit, but it's not bad. I spent a lot of time online searching. At this point, it may have payed off. I would like to think as such. I wonder if I should wear the plaid or the solid colored sleep wear at the DMV?