Back in the 2000, the best way to get your jollies off as a horned up teenager was either by watching Wild On on E! with Brooke Burke, staying up late to watch the promos for Girls Gone Wild videos, or watching Howard Stern with the volume as low as it could possibly go so your parents couldn’t hear the questions he’d ask porn stars.
But once a year, we were graced with everyone’s favorite debaucherous week of television — MTV’s Spring Break. On TRL, Carson Daly would hype the shit out of it. Fashionably Loud, Springer Break, Say What? Karaoke, and everything in between. It was a way for a bunch of pre-teen pervs to sit on the couch and live like college students for week, only to scramble for the remote when your parents walked in so they wouldn’t see you watching a slew of tanned coeds shaking their rumps.
Lets take a trip down memory lane, shall we?
13 Minutes Of “The Grind” Hosted By The Spice Girls In 1997
Crazy Town Performing “Butterfly” On Fashionably Loud, Hosted By Molly Sims
The Infamous Whipped Cream Bikinis On Springer Break
Eminem Performing “My Name Is” / Groping Every Model In 1999
Limp Bizkit Performing “Counterfeit” And “Nobody Loves Me” in 1998
Notorious B.I.G. Performing “Big Poppa” In ’95
Kid Rock And Joe C. Crushing “Bawitdaba” In Daytona Beach
Roommate Confessions On Springer Break
Bush Doing “Glycerine” In The Rain
Blink 182’s Entire Set From 2000
“Wannabe” by The Spice Girls In ’97
Limp Bizkit Performing Faith On Fashionably Loud 1998
And honestly? There are probably a million more that’ll get your motor running. So if anyone’s looking for me in a couple weeks, I’ll be the guy trying to replicate all this on the TFM Spring Break Cruise. .
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