West of The Olde Merry, east of the land of the little people lies a place called Whales. Named after the largest creatuer in the sea, the Whelch (as they are called) are the descendants of Irish-folk that were unable to swim. So they had to stay and fight the Merrylanders, something they think they're very good at but are, in fact, hopeless.
Learn your history. Watch Zulu - a few Zulus are surrounded at Rourkes Drift, armed only with spears and straw hats. There, they succeeded in repulsing literally millions of singing Whelshmen armed with modern self-loading rifles.
Anyway. Times change. But some things are as old as the hills surrounding Rourkes Drift. Like shopping in one's Jim-Jams and slippers for fags and scotch.
'You used to always be allowed in Tescos. But not now, it is ridiculous and stupid. I've got lovely pairs of pyjamas, with bears and penguins on them. I've worn my best ones today, just so I look tidy.'
Elaine Carmody, Whelch Person
BBC News - Tesco ban on shoppers in pyjamas
Cover up! No shopping in PJs or barefoot, Tesco tells shoppers as it becomes first supermarket to unveil a dress code | Mail Online