All photos by the author. A young white male in a tank top approached another young white male in a tank top. I looked around to see if anyone else was suitably horrified by this exchange; no one was. I was in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, for the final week of spring break, a month-long celebration of beer-soaked debauchery that, according to the city's visitors bureau , brings 30, college students each year to the man-made lake's littered shores. The weather had been windy, overcast, and cold, creating an environment more befitting to the end of days than partying. Yet still, in spite of it all, they partied. There is a lit that never goes out, fam. Exposed to the elements, going hard for days, the toll this endless party takes on their young, sure, but still fallible bodies seemed intense. When you look into the eyes of the average attendee, drunk at 1 PM on a weekday, you see nothing, only yourself staring back.
Lost Clothes – A Tale Lake Havasu Spring Break
We thought this was a middle finger, which quite frankly felt badass. But now we're lost.
Gotta imagine there was a whole lot of, "I'm on a boat!"
Just when I was finally coming to terms with the fact that there would be no more Spring Break videos to be released on the internet, College Weekly and JusCollege came out of nowhere to hit a home run. They sent two videographers to Lake Havasu, Arizona for an entire month to document the insane partying that goes down during Spring Break. Take a look for yourself by checking out the video below. If you start to get antsy, you can skip ahead to the mark.
I was hoping some of you might be willing to offer your advice or expertise on any of the following:. I hear there's more boats than beach here. Is that true? Is there a lot of partying going on?