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Micah
How much time do you spend in a robe, on average per day?
:) - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
0. Too bulky for me, what with the belts and the flaps and the lapels. - Meg VMeg
Zero. I am robeless. Let's not confuse this with "disrobed", m'kay? :) - teleken from BuddyFeed
0. I don't think I currently own a robe. - LB's never Kippled
I only have a robe on if I am sick and have a fever. Do I wear my husbands old shirts over a cami with my tap pant shorts in summer and long flannels in winter? Yes. I am in those clothes from the end of work day until bedtime. Then the man shirt comes off. ;) - Janet
Don't got no robe. - Friar Will
(I love 'Kachi's response.) - LB's never Kippled
I don't have a bulky robe-to-wear-over-PJs. I wear soft knit long gown-type things all day on weekends and days off. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
0. I don't have a robe. - John (bird whisperer)
20 minutes or so? from when i get out of the shower until i put on lotion and undies - ~Courtney F
0. But Ms. Nakachi got it right. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Surprised how many represented here are robeless. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
At least we're not hopeless. :^) - Friar Will
Long ago I wore a robe occasionally, but I found them too hot and it's been many years. So: 0. - Tinfoil 2.0
Will, does the type of item you wear when preaching or marrying count as a robe, in one sense? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Oh, it should count. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Stephen, you are probably right. Of course, I don't laze around in my alb. :^) - Friar Will
Well, hardly ever. And if it counts as a robe, I spend about 1.5 hours a week in it. - Friar Will
My robe has been on a hanger in the closet for 30 years. I take it out every decade and dust it. :P - Ken Morley
I am currently robe-less. :( - Jenny H.
5-10 minutes, in the middle of the night. I have one and the only reason I wear it is to put something on to go downstairs at 3AM tell kids to get back in bed/stop crying/quit playing around/go to sleep. - Rochelle
I haven't worn one in years. I should put one on my Christmas wishlist, along with some nice pajamas. - Ha3rvey (on hiatus)
depends on the time of year. This time of year it averages an hour or two. Spring, same. Summer is too hot, Winter is too cold and requires fuzzy pajamas with better coverage (they have feet). - Marianne
0 - Halil