Yahoo reports that people around the world participated in the 13th Annual “No Pants Subway Ride,” which was organized on the internet and perhaps elsewhere.
So if you wanted to see a bunch of people in boxers and other undergarments riding the subway, carrying briefcases and wearing blazers, you’ll have to wait until next year, or at least until non-pranksters start drinking on St. Patrick’s Day.
3 Questions That Arise From This Story
1. Did any confused participants showed up at Subway Restaurants? If so, we suspect any “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service” policy may have to be updated to include pants.
2. If anyone showed up at a Subway Restaurant pantless, did Jared give them his extra large pants he always shows off to show his weight loss? That would be better than a free sub card, if such a thing still exists.
2. While this prank may seem amusing, wouldn’t it be more amusing if entire trains full of traveling pants were also riding Subways?
We think so, and we bet the Sisterhood Of Traveling Pants may, too.