American woman is baffled her British husband keeps his pyjamas under his pillow


US woman divides opinion after branding her British husband ‘really weird’ for keeping his pyjamas under his pillow (and admits she’s confused by phrases such as ‘ice lolly’ and ‘dog lead’ too!)

  • Real estate agent Chloe Tucker Caine lives in New York with her British husband
  • She went viral with a video about where people keep their pyjamas
  • Chloe explained her husband had a ‘weird’ habit of putting them under his pillow
  • Dozens of users replied, saying it is the ‘normal’ place to keep them 


An American woman has gone viral with a video questioning whether it’s normal for British people to keep their pyjamas under their pillow. 

Real estate agent Chloe Tucker Caine lives in New York with her British husband and has built up a 15,400-strong TikTok following with light-hearted clips about their lives.

In one recent video, which has been viewed more than one million times, Chloe explained her husband has a ‘really weird’ habit of putting his pyjamas under his pillow and asked: ‘Is this normal? I need to know’.

Chloe admits she doesn’t know where her husband should put them instead, but viewers were quick to suggest they should be folded away in a drawer at the end of each day – or simply thrown on the floor.  

Real estate agent Chloe Tucker Caine lives in New York with her British husband and has built up a 15,400-strong TikTok following with light-hearted clips about their lives

In one recent video , which has been viewed more than one million times, Chloe explained her husband has a 'really weird' habit of putting his pyjamas under his pillow (pictured)

In one recent video , which has been viewed more than one million times, Chloe explained her husband has a ‘really weird’ habit of putting his pyjamas under his pillow (pictured)

Chloe was inundated with responses from TiKTok users who said it was ‘totally normal’, while others questioned where else people keep their pyjamas.

One wrote: ‘I do this too, from Scotland. it’s so they’re not in the wash coz they’re not dirty but not in the drawers coz they’re not clean [sic].’

Another posted: ‘Yeah sometimes. To hide them so the bed looks nice. I fold mine at the end of the bed.’

Chloe, pictured, wanted to know if it was a 'normal' place for Brits to keep their pyjamas

Chloe, pictured, wanted to know if it was a ‘normal’ place for Brits to keep their pyjamas

Chloe was inundated with responses from TiKTok users who said it was 'totally normal', while others questioned where else people keep their pyjamas

Chloe was inundated with responses from TiKTok users who said it was ‘totally normal’, while others questioned where else people keep their pyjamas

A third wrote: ‘Well where would you put your PJs?? They go under the pillow so you know where they are at bed time.’ 

Others jokingly told Chloe not to complain about where he stored his pyjamas because their boyfriends simply threw them on the floor. 

Chloe, a former stage performer, followed up with a second video asking if most British people use the phrase ‘dog lead’ instead of ‘dog leash’. 

Chloe, a former stage performer, followed up with a second video asking if most British people use the phrase 'dog lead' instead of 'dog leash', pictured

Chloe, a former stage performer, followed up with a second video asking if most British people use the phrase ‘dog lead’ instead of ‘dog leash’, pictured

In a third video, she said she couldn't get over her husband saying 'ice lolly', describing it as 'the cutest'. Pictured, Chloe's husband with an ice lolly

In a third video, she said she couldn’t get over her husband saying ‘ice lolly’, describing it as ‘the cutest’. Pictured, Chloe’s husband with an ice lolly 

In a third video, she said she couldn’t get over her husband saying ‘ice lolly’, describing it as ‘the cutest’.  

Once again, followers were quick to tell her that both phrases are completely normal. 

One wrote: ‘Ice lolly. A Lolly made of Ice. It’s not a sickle made of Pop, so it’s NOT a popsicle.’

Another added: ‘Yep that’s definitely an Ice lolly or Lolly Pop depending on which part of the UK you’re from.’

 On the dog lead, one follower argued: ‘It’s a dog lead because it leads the dog.’ 

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