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What’s the greatest thing about coming home from work after a long hard day at the office? That’s right, taking off your pants. Unfortunately, going pants-less in public – especially during your commute – is generally frowned upon. Unless of course you’re participating in the annual Improv Everywhere No Pants Subway Ride. If that’s the case, not only is it not frowned upon, it’s encouraged… even by the police. Who knows, if this type of flashmobbing keeps growing in popularity we might all be able to (un)dress like this Monday through Friday.

Because the only thing better than a mental picture of what’s under her pants is an actual picture… of her underpants. Thanks to some of the attending photographers (Mark Hambly, Juan Zapata, Ari Scott, Katie Sokoler, Susan Sermoneta, and Koury Angelo), there’s a nearly bottomless selection of hot girls to look at it.

(For the record, if the 43 other cities – from 16 countries – hope to compete with New York they’re going to have to seriously step up their game because the only thing they’re dropping right now is the ball, and it should be their trousers.)

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