Over 3,000 Kids Take Off Their Pants And Ride Public Transportation

Video from 9th annual No Pants Subway Ride (2010)
2011 video to be released next week

Improv Everywhere, a post-modern social movement group dedicated to spreading “joy and chaos” through a series of whimsical (and inane) missions, pulled their latest stunt yesterday: the 10th annual No Pants Subway Ride.    Over 3,000 bored, free-spirited kids rode the subway in New York City without pants, and thousands more participated in other cities across the globe.   Reportedly, the majority of participants were guys stuck in the “friend zone” and their respective ‘friend’ whom they convinced to participate because it was for a ‘good cause.’ TC mark

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  • http://twitter.com/crispinbest crispin best

    lol @ “friend zone”
    (also heads up re 'where'/'were')

  • http://twitter.com/readdanwrite Daniel Roberts

    the above vid says 2010, so is that old or is it from this wknd, which was 2011?

  • http://twitter.com/readdanwrite Daniel Roberts

    PS, love that one guy's face at 2:06

  • London

    i love things like this where you're reminded people have a sense of humour :)

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