jim-jams


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jim-jams

(jĭm′jămz′)
pl.n. Slang
1. The jitters.
2. Delirium tremens.
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In Cardiff this week, a Tesco supermarket banned shoppers who continually wore their jim-jams in store.
Late" is an understatement - James Alexander Gordon was already in his jim-jams with a mug of cocoa and a Jeffrey Archer book when Macken pounced to seal my winning yankee.
I'll be drinking Prosecco at 10am in my jim-jams - because at Christmas you can.
Action for Children is calling on Birmingham residents to join the fight against youth homelessness by 'pyjamming' too - posing in their jim-jams and sharing photos online.
Too much attention is given to the bile of a few hundred ever-angry morons online - born with forks in a world of soup, as Noel Gallagher once had it - but they are more to be pitied than scolded as they sit in their jim-jams shouting at their laptops.
Downton Abbey (four series), Scandinavian thrillers, Mad Men and Homeland are all part of this pernicious habit that can lead to hours of over indulgence that can involve lounging around in your jim-jams.
The crew's offer of business-class jim-jams failed to placate the duo.
She was spotted in the oil black gloom-suit in Bondi Beach, which should be renamed Bondage Beach, because that thing looked even more dodgy than a Tory politicians's jim-jams.
Almost 100 people have signed up to a Facebook campaign pledging to stalk the aisles in jim-jams tomorrow.
with him on that fateful night did the trick, where, wearing only my jim-jams, I told him he needed to sort his head out and he contritely and solemnly agreed he was wasting his talent.
We saw the future, friends, and it was wearing its jim-jams, barely doing a stroke.
Why "Liverpool Lous" want to parade around shops in their jim-jams will doubtless eventually earn some anthropologist a PhD.