So its May time (sorry Theresa…..you know, Theresa May is the UK prime minister…….you know, a prime minister is like a president?) and we agree with the bard, William Shakespeare, greatest writer in the English language, “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, and summer’s lease has all too short a day”. But enough of the culture, it seems like a good time to review some of the pajama and onesie stories that you have probably missed this year. But in a follow up to our Coachella festival blog, first you might be interested in what the Fat Jew thinks about Coachella and festival fashion in general. Before you write in to complain, social media hit Josh Ostrovsky calls himself The Fat Jew and takes an amusing look at the issues of the day. And in another follow up, this time to the April fool blog post, UK tabloid newspaper The Sun was in trouble for reporting a spoof story about how a cow onesie wearing toddler was barred from a vegan birthday party. Under the heading “She was not a-moo-sed” The Sun reported the anger of the parents involved but of course it was all made up. There is no reason to suppose that those wearing our cow onesie (more stock arriving soon) will ever be banned, unless you know udderwise? If our blog on Coachella inspired you to look for summer festival news, book a flight quick as you may enjoy the North Devon Wellie Festival which will be a three-day extravaganza as part of The Big Sheep in early July. Should be a bootiful occasion with the cider flowing like ……apple juice. If all this is too exciting then help is at hand from gym chain David Lloyd. Several of their health clubs are introducing Napercise. In response to a new study which found that 86 per cent of us suffer with tiredness and 26 per cent sleep less than 5 hours a night, Napercise means that you can turn up in your pajamas and enjoy 45 minutes in a single bed, with duvet and eye mask waiting, and then have 15 minutes of relaxing stretching. May time, and the livin’ is easy as Gerschwin tells us.