5 things to know about “No Pants Day”


What is No Pants Day?

This is a voluntary participation event celebrated internationally where the participants are required to discard pants for the day and wear only undergarments in public. The participants are encouraged to behave in a normal manner and consider it a regular thing to happen.


When is it celebrated?

No Pants Day is celebrated on the 1st Friday in the month of May every year.


Where is it celebrated?

No Pants Day has its origins in the United States but is also being celebrated in many cities of Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Australia, Finland and Sweden too. It is gaining popularity and is spreading to many more western and European countries.


How did it begin?

It is said that in 1985, a small on-campus club known as the Knighthood of Buh in the Texas University of Austin decided to drop their pants on the last day of the semester which happened to be the 1st Friday of May. This was considered to be humorous and entertaining and went on informally till the year 2000, post which it was actively promoted in other places. An effort at stress-relieving for the students after hectic classes and studies went on to catch the public, especially the student communities’ imagination.

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What is the best way to celebrate it?

The best way to fully celebrate this unique day is to spend the entire day without wearing pants. But the celebration is considered complete only if the person goes out in public. If you would want to participate but are shy about exposing your body, wearing a skirt or a dress could be an option.

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