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Improv Everywhere Throws Awesome Subway Pizza Party

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | April 15, 2015

Improv Everywhere Throws Awesome Subway Pizza Party

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The two greatest words continue to be pizza and party. Slap those two bad boys together and you get something that would make riding a New York City subway train a jubilant affair.

Improv Everywhere (h/t Digg) is renowned for pulling pranks that turn prankees’ frowns immediately upside down.

In this case, they did little more than deliver “20 pizzas to a random subway car,” via YouTube. That’s it. Nobody gets embarrassed or hurt. No emotions were destroyed in the making of this video.

But that doesn’t mean it’s not worth your time, because this is the kind of prank that lifts the spirits and causes commuters to forget they are in a congested heap below New York streets.

For a moment, they are at the best pizza party in the world:

The YouTube description continues, “For our latest mission, we threw a pizza party on a subway car. Two men posing as MTA officials told passengers that their specific E-train car was determined to be the most courteous car in the entire system, and in recognition of their good behavior they were being rewarded with a pizza party. When the train pulled into the next station, eight pizza guys entered, delivering 20 pizzas in warming bags.”

As a bystander explained, “We just boarded the train and there were folks handing out pizza.”

She continues with emphasis on how the mood aboard the train was: “Seems like everyone has a smile on their face, so having a good time today.”

Sadly, taking the subway is mostly a B.Y.O.P affair. Here’s to hoping that one day we get the surprise that our train was the good one, befitting a proper party with pizza slices for everybody.

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