Spring Break is meant for partying, hooking up, and seeing random parts of the world that rely on partying and hooking up as part of it’s GDP. If that is not the recipe for a good time, we’re not sure what is. But one thing that comes close is seeing pictures of other ridiculously drunk people – especially drunk chicks stripping down for the spring-time festivities (i.e. drinking). So sit back, grab yourself a cold one, and see what you might have missed at this year’s spring break!
- Lake Havasu, AZ -
Actually a large reservoir on the Colorado River, just behind Parker Dam, Lake Havasu is basically a giant cesspool of topless drunken debauchery, with many of the women slapping on pasties over their nips because… well, we think it’s better not to question good things. That’s how you make them disappear.
- Cancun, Mexico -
Located in Mexico’s easternmost state on the Yucatán Peninsula, Cancún sits on the Caribbean sea and is one of the most popular spring break destinations. OK, maybe not this year, since people seem to be getting whacked left and right in Mexico. But if you ask us, the danger just makes stumbling around the streets in a sloppy drunken stupor that much more exciting.
- Acapulco, Mexico -
Another popular south-of-the-border destination, Acapulco sits on a large circular bay, on the Pacific coast of Mexico and is known for it’s water sports and crazy-ass bus system. But since Americans have been infiltrating this party hot-spot, it’s easy to get around, especially along the coast, or to some of the most popular clubs, like Palladium, Mandara, and Privado.
- Panama City Beach, FL -
Over the past decade, Panama City Beach, which is located on the Florida panhandle, facing the Gulf of Mexico, was being built-up into one of the nicer tourist destinations in the US, with a massive construction boom, resulting in tons more hotels, clubs and tourists. But now that the boom is over, it’ll probably just go back to being a sh!thole. So have fun, while it lasts!
- South Padre Island, Texas -
Inhabited by a mere 2,500 people (when it’s not filled with thousands of drunk college kids), South Padre Island is known for watersports, dolphin watching, fishing and getting totally F’ing sh!t-housed. And really, what more do you want from a spring break destination? Nothing, that’s what.
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