Yesterday on the commute to work, an ad caught my eye. And that’s saying something, if you’ve ever seen the ads on the subways here.
This one happened to be a poster for a NYC subway map boxer shorts. The description reads: these days, finding your way on the MTA can be as easy as taking a peek down under, thanks to our silk boxer shorts.
And I thought, just what we need: one more excuse for creepy guys on the subway to stick their hands in their pants.
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We have the NYC subway map shower curtain. There have been many times when I’ve run to the bathroom to see if the F stopped where I wanted to go.
And yet, I’d imagine your bathroom smells better than most F train stations.
That was my first thought when I saw the picture, and I’ve never even been on the NYC subway (yes, yes, I’m an uncultured yokel). Guys flash / put their hands down their pants on the STL Metro trains, too. It’s apparently a universal constant of train culture.
I wonder if they have these for Toronto. Would explain a lot.
Not to start a Twitter war over this important social issue, but I like them. I love the subway system and keep it close to my heart. Or wherever.
I think we should start a twitter war over it Neil. Hashtag #mapinpants
Perhaps they could make a boxers map of the female anatomy so men could have crib notes when trying to locate the clitoris.
Oh wow! I haven’t seen that one yet. Their tag line is even more pathetic than the actual shorts. How many tourists do you think picked up a pair before their trip home just because of that ad?
hahaha! This is hilarious! I need to see that poster! lols
This reminds me of Seattle, where we have a shiny new streetcar that the geniuses have named South Lake Union Transit. Figure out that acronym. Seattle-ites now gleefully “ride the slut”. Classic.
Susan, you made my day.
Who likes the subway this much?
“I love the subway so much I want to wear it close to my balls.”
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