If you have strong feelings about pants and public transportation, then I, at long last, after much struggle, have good news for you. The No Pants Subway Ride is back to force you to look at the nude legs of strangers during your lengthy subway
The No Pants Subway Ride was created in 2002 by Improv Everywhere’s Charlie Todd. Improv Everywhere is a New York City-based comedy collective that stages unexpected performances in public places.
A 2002 clip of their damn nude legs went viral, with participants wearing winter coats minus their pants. The goal is to confuse bystanders, which I suppose I do support, although it has sure been a long time of having these things. I think everyone kind of understands things by now probably. But I digress.
The event had only 150 participants in its first year, but now has over 25 countries involved. This year’s took place on Sunday, January 13, 2019.
Improve everywhere has done several other pranks. They placed a 10-foot tall boombox in Manhattan and waited for unsuspecting people to plug it in, turned phone booths into co-working spaces, and even made a fake Apple store.
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