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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Holy Ship!!! 2014 Superlatives: Drunkest Raver, Most Ratchet Dancer and More

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Drunkest Raver This fucking guy is a total idiot. After strolling out onto a cloth awning hanging from the pool deck's second-floor balcony, he was about one false move away from becoming Holy Ship!!! 2014's first fatality. Whoever you are, we hope you enjoyed yourself. This was your fifteen minutes of fame. Luckily, no one else decided it was worth a go, and thankfully (or unfortunately?), this fool didn't plummet to his bloody end.

Photo by Ian Witlen

Awesomest Aussies Thanks surely in part to Holy Ship!!! 2014's significant number of Australian artists, we saw more Aussies on the boat than ever before. Now, some of y'all are really freakin' aggro. But some of you are really cute too. And we want to give a special shout out to all the Sydney cats who made the trip. Your accents are adorable and your bodies are extraordinarily well-toned. Maybe just keep your really loud bros in check. But that's definitely something that ravers from every nation, including our own U.S.A., should keep in mind.

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