You do look great and it sounds like you had a lot of fun. I was down in the Union Square area yesterday, but alas, I didn't see any No Pants types and there certainly weren't any on my subway rides to and from the city.
You are all right, it did happen here in Toronto as well. There was news footage of people taking their pants off on the subway. To be honest I grew up in the Caribbean and seeing people walking around in shorts/bicycle shorts/hot pants etc. is nothing new. But Canadian weather has spoiled me rotten and now it seems.... BTW Nice legs Marge!
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I am not going to Euros or Worlds, Ziggy, so you can be in charge instead. You could work it like this: After the first Pairs SP, one person in each section takes off his pants. After the 2nd, several more take off theirs, etc. At the Zamboni break, everyone takes off their pants and converges on the concession stand.
If anyone asks why you took off your pants, tell them you felt too warm, or you were in such a rush to get to the arena that you forgot your pants.
Take photos, please.
I saw guys taking off their pants in DC Metro yesterday. It was hilarious.
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As long as your crotch is covered, I really see no ground for an arest.
Would they arrest somebody wearing short shorts or a mini skirt?
I've seen people wear far less clothing on the street in the summer. I don't see what is so indecent. In fact, I'd rather see legs on the NY subway than some of the muffin tops over too tight jeans I saw on the street in South Beach a few years back.
I think I will have a snack and take a nap before I eat and go to sleep.
I'd wear thongs.
The NYC No Pants Subway Ride, sponsored by Nicola Roberts.
(She walked through the town without pants in that video and wasn't arrested )
We were specifically told NOT to wear thongs. The point was to make people laugh, not freak them out.
Is this some kind of protest?