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Underwear Party and FREE Stuff at Desigual in Union Square

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Sure it’s freezing out in SF right now, but you won’t let that stop you from getting FREE stuff will you? Desigual, a funky Spanish clothing brand with a store in Union Square, is throwing their Undie Party this Friday, March 2nd. The first 100 people who show up get to leave in a FREE outfit with no price cap! Everyone else gets 50% off their same day purchase.

From what I’ve heard, this basically turns into a half naked street party with tons of lovely broke-asses and clothes whores getting down in the street. Here’s a video to show you what it’s like. Looks like fun…I’d just be afraid of freezing my dick off! Bring some warm clothes for while you’re waiting in line kiddos!

Good luck. Get some of that free gear!

 

San Francisco Undie Party
Desigual
101 Powell St. @ Ellis
Friday 3/12
6:40 am

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