There ain’t no party like a no pants party.
But if you’re bothered by people not wearing pants on the T, then try and avoid riding the train on Sunday, January 8.
Boston's fifth annual “No Pants Subway Ride” will take place at 2pm when hundreds of transit riders are bare-legged bound on the Boston underground.
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The group, which according to Facebook will have nearly 500 attendees, is meeting at Dewey Square.
More details will be given at the meeting spot Sunday.
Once event-goers are done dropping their drawers on the T, they can party it up with pant-less partakers at Kings Back Bay for some bowling and boozing.
Anyone without pants who is under the age of 21 can go before 6 p.m., according to the group, but they must have a guardian present.
For email updates and reminders, register at www.BostonSOS.org or RSVP on their Facebook page.
According to the group, the “No Pants Subway Ride” is an annual & global event started by www.ImprovEverywhere.com of NYC in 2002.
Here is a video of last year's event. Enjoy the bare-leggedness.