Youth, too bad its wasted on the young. 13 years ago the OWS crowd (before there were banks to burn, rich people to vilify, and student loans to renege on) came up with a relatively harmless prank to call attention to their impetuosity and say ,”Look at me”, by picking one day out of the year to go pantless on the subway;
Trains and trams in cities around the world were awash with bare legs and briefs on Sunday as pranksters travelled trouserless for the 13th annual “No Pants Subway Ride”.
Commuters in Sydney, Beijing and Hong Kong braved public transport without trousers in the stunt, which has gone global since its first staging by US group Improv Everywhere in New York in 2002
Too bad these kind of things usually degenerate very fast (eauuuu, break out the disinfectant).
I know, I thought most Aussie women looked like Elle Macpherson or Abbie Cornish, they could pass for Americans.
We have our own version here in the Bay Area, but they goota ride BART.
The fashion conscious can still make a statement, cool socks are a must, and sneaker selections have never been greater.
But I don’t know what all the fuss is about, I go pantless every time I blog.