The horror! Thousands of pantless New Yorkers took to the subways for the annual No Pants Subway Ride. Behold thy naked flesh!!!
It’s about time those comfy office chairs in Staples get some “real world” business use.
There are few sounds more annoying than a car alarm. Improv Everywhere knows this and has taken it upon themselves to simultaneously set off 100 car alarms in the parking lot of of a Staten Island shopping center. Perhaps for their next prank they could have 100 people drag their fingernails across a chalkboard.
It wouldn’t be April Fool’s Day without a prank, (we’re not cruel enough to pull a Mega Millions prank) and Improv Everywhere are experts in that field. Seeing identical twins is strange enough, but identical quadruplets? That might just drive a person insane.
Taking the subway late at night is never fun, there’s crazies to avoid, slower service and it’s just plain tiring. Improv Everywhere has found a solution to the problem by offering commuter’s the option of a bed on the train. Sweet dreams, straphangers.
On January 8th, 2012 tens of thousands of people took off their pants on subways in 59 cities in 27 countries around the world. Considering the “cleanliness” of subways, let’s hope those 27 countries are stocked up on penicillin.
Summer is drawing to a close, so how about one last day at the beach to end the season with a bang. Oh, but formal wear is required, this isn’t some beach bum kegger.
The fast paced world of horse racing moves from the muddy tracks of the Kentucky Derby to a children’s carousel. My money’s on the frog.
The world’s a noisy place and sometimes it would just be nice to throw it on mute. That’s exactly what Improv Everywhere has done, just not everyone is in on the gag.
Lectures aren’t normally the most thrilling of activities, but then again not too many lectures turn into musicals. Improv Everywhere strikes again at this tech conference, much to the surprise of those in attendance. Jazz hands, anyone?
On January 9th, over 5,000 people took off their pants on subways in 48 cities in 22 countries around the world. Considering the “cleanliness” of subways, let’s hope those 22 countries are stocked up on penicillin.