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Airport Defends Its Title as the Ultimate Safe Haven for 7 am Pajama-Clad Drinkers

Airports around the world have long been a sanctuary for weary travelers looking to unwind with a drink or two. However, they have also become the last remaining stronghold for a unique group of individuals – those who wish to indulge in a morning beverage while donning their coziest pajamas.

As society continues to evolve and adapt to new trends and customs, airports have held firm in their commitment to providing a safe space for pajama-wearing, early morning drinkers.

“The airport is a magical place where time and social norms cease to exist,” said one bleary-eyed traveler as he sipped a Bloody Mary in his Superman pajama pants. “Where else can you find people from all walks of life, united by the common goal of enjoying a stiff drink before the sun has even fully risen?”

Travelers have embraced this unwritten airport rule, with many citing the undeniable comfort and convenience of being able to drink in their sleepwear.

“I love that I can roll out of bed, head straight to the airport, and not have to worry about changing out of my pajamas before enjoying a morning mimosa,” said a young woman sporting fluffy bunny slippers and a matching onesie.

Airport bars and lounges have capitalized on this phenomenon, catering to the needs of their pajama-clad patrons with a variety of early morning drink specials.

“We’ve seen a huge uptick in customers coming in wearing their PJs,” said an airport bartender, shaking up a breakfast martini. “So we decided to create a ‘Dawn Patrol’ happy hour menu to accommodate their unique preferences.”

Some airports have even gone so far as to create designated “Pajama Lounges,” offering weary travelers a comfortable, dimly lit environment in which to sip their morning beverages in peace.

Critics argue that allowing passengers to drink in their pajamas so early in the morning sends the wrong message, but airport officials maintain that it’s all part of the unique airport experience.

“Traveling can be stressful, and we believe that providing a relaxed, judgment-free environment for our passengers is essential,” said an airport spokesperson. “If someone wants to enjoy a beer in their Batman PJs at 7 am, who are we to stop them?”

As airports around the globe continue to defend their title as the ultimate safe haven for early morning, pajama-clad drinkers, one thing is certain: the cherished tradition of pre-flight libations in sleepwear is alive and well.

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