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October 3, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

People who leave their coats on in the house….

Is it really just because they are cold or do they secretly want to escape? Do they think I will steal their coat and never give it back? I can never tell and to be quite honest it unsettles me.

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  1. Hernan J Monzon / Oct 3 2013 1:03 pm

    You should do the same when they’re around but wear a heavier jacket.

    • ljbradburn / Oct 4 2013 7:54 am

      Good plan, it could end up as a coat-off! Right I need to get myself an Eskimo coat 😉

  2. Christine / Oct 3 2013 1:43 pm

    When I do it (in my own house) I’m either cold, or so comfortable that I forget I have it on! XD

    • ljbradburn / Oct 4 2013 7:50 am

      Hehe! I suppose it is quite handy for leaving the house again. I have a habit of shedding everything the minute I walk in the door. If I am not in my pjs after 5 minutes of being at home there is something amiss 😉 x

      • Christine / Oct 4 2013 10:20 pm

        Haha I do that sometimes too! The joy of knowing you don’t have to be leaving home again anytime soon 🙂

  3. calmgrove / Oct 3 2013 4:31 pm

    Kids do it from a lack of confidence: you know when they’ve settled when they remove their coats.
    As for adults it could be any of the reasons you mention, or the same as the kids’. I often leave my coat on inside because I’ve forgotten it’s on. Though it could be early senility…

    • ljbradburn / Oct 4 2013 7:48 am

      That’s really interesting! Yeah, perhaps for some adults it is a comfort thing, left over from childhood. I think I need to get a more comfortable coat, the only thing I am comfy in, at home, are my pjs! 🙂

  4. Mary / Oct 3 2013 5:36 pm

    I am one of these!! Very sorry lyd but its honestly because i am cold!! Xx

    • ljbradburn / Oct 4 2013 7:44 am

      hehe Mary! As long as you promise you are not trying to escape! By the way, you always have lovely clothes, so I actually would like to steal your coat but i know it wouldn’t fit so i’ll let you keep it. For now 😉 xxx

  5. Sherri / Oct 3 2013 5:49 pm

    I know exactly what you mean Lydia! It always makes me feel so uncomfortable but that’s because I just assume it’s because they can’t wait to leave 😉

    • ljbradburn / Oct 4 2013 7:46 am

      Me too! I don’t mind it at all if it is because they are cold but I always think it means they want to run away from me! x

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