What he’s thinking about what your sleepwear


When it comes to sleepwear, women are spoilt for choice and some items are sexier than others.

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A onesie

These are cute in winter right? But not so much for the gents. It doesn’t give them any room for touching, your entire body, including the heard is wrapped in cotton.

The men’s shirt

This is a classic and the perfect go-to for a sleepoever. It’s sexy and revealing enough. He see’s that you’ve made some effort but you’re not trying too hard.


Obviously this is the most sexiest type of sleepwear and if it were up to them you’d wear this everyday. In their minds the more sexy it is then the quicker it’ll take to take it off.

Matching pyjama sets with socks and an eye mask

This immediately screams don’t touch me, we’re not having sex tonight. The set itself speaks volumes but the eye mask seals the deal.

A bustier

At first sight he’s thinking super sexy! But at the same he’s wondering how is he going to take that off you and why are you turning sex into a puzzle?


…Are you going to the gym or to bed? Most men consider this as the least effort you’ll ever make, regarldess, they’ll still fiddle with you.

A doek/ bonnet/ headwrap

They honestly don’t understand why you need to protect your hair during your sleep. The picture of you lying next to him with nothing on but a head bonnet is rather awkward to them. They’d prefer it if you keep away until you’ve atleast had sex.

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