slip into something more comfortable

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slip into something more comfortable

  1. (idiomatic) To wear something suitable to be stripped off by a lover.
    • 2009, Carl Weber, Mary B. Morrison, She Ain't the One
      Pointing to my bedroom, I said, “The bathroom's upstairs.” “Aw'ight, chill. You act like you got Tupac in there or something.” Jay laughed, then said, “I'll meet you upstairs. Why don't you slip into something a little more comfortable?"
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