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Monday, January 10, 2011

Pants Optional Light Rail Ride

What is it with those crazy folks in Western Washington always seeming like they want to take their pants off?

Yesterday was the second annual 'No Pants!' Light Rail Ride. New York's Improv Everywhere troupe started the international tradition in 2002, in which participants in various cities strip on a given winter day. About a hundred people peeled their pants off on the Link light rail, from the Westlake stop to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

There were a few rules, like keeping a straight face and wearing non-offensive underwear, although if you watch the video below, check out the guy in the background in what appears to be green bikini underwear. I'd consider that offensive.

1 comment:

Samual said...

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