Don’t you hate the way pants cover up your personality? They’re just so … restrictive. On Sunday, these BART riders removed those hindering garments and let their freak flags fly. Above and below are some of the best images from the No Pants BART ride of 2014. Check out even more No Pants photos by Bhautik Joshi here.
For a look at the action from years past, go to 2012, 2011, 2010, and 2009.
More photos after the jump.
Perhaps these fireplace implements are on their way to somewhere in the United States, where it’s very cold right now. Hey, better there than here!
BART rider Toviyah spotted this on the Richmond line around Christmas.
I think we can safely say that these two complete each other. No, really, block out one or the other, and it’s not the same.
This comes via our correspondent Amy, who spotted it on Facebook after someone (Mark Gorney, and thank jeebus he did) spotted it in the wild. A simply heartwarming photograph called for a simple accompaniment:
“Sometimes, there are those times, where you are going home, and there is a guy with a cat, and, well…”
…And then what do you suppose happened? Mull it over while considering these other important contributions to the cats-on-transit category.
Photo by Franco Folini
Sounds like someone was having a big ole party of one until this Civic Center BART station agent called him out:
Careful, next time the BART etiquette police might come and get you!
Back in good ol’ 2010, Black Maps, a collection of musings by an amateur cartographer, put this into the universe and I am pissed we didn’t know about it until now. In the author’s own words:
My friend Alee always saw something different in the olde Bay Area Rapid Transit map, (which comes as no surprise, cuz honestly, that kid is a genius). Anyways, ever since Alee teamed up with my pal David to create this harbinger of fire, fare hikes, and transfers-that-rarely-make-sense, I have never looked at the BART map the way I used to.
Proudly (not at all because it just worked out that way, design-wise), San Francisco composes what is arguably the noble beast’s mightiest parts. Sorry about the fire damage, Peninsula, and heads-up, Half Moon Bay.