I guess it's time to do away with Hot Girl Friday.
Earlier this week, some dating app nobody uses called Clover released some ridiculous clickbait that ranked the most and least attractive cities in the US by gender. According to them, Oklahoma City is home to the "Least Attractive" women in the country. I guess Lawton wasn't big enough to be considered.
Here's a stupid graphic they put together for the ranking:
That's so stupid it's funny. I guess the assholes at Clover have never been to the Visual Image ad agency. It's like Mad Men meets the forbidden city George and Jerry tried to locate in Seinfeld. Also, they really ranked Oklahoma City worse than Amarillo? That alone destroys the credibility of this clickbait. The women in Amarillo do have beautiful eyes, but unfortunately they all point in different directions.
That being said, maybe Clover is onto something. This was a very scientific study. They apparently obtained their rankings by browsing local State Fair Photo Contests, calculating the percentage of local women who shop at Walmart, and stopping by Graham's on 10th and Portland on a Friday night.
Actually, Clover's methodology wasn't even that reliable. Here it is:
"Mutual attractiveness is the foundation of most successful relationships which is why Clover developed a proprietary scoring system able to accurately assess a person’s level of attractiveness. Using this system, Clover analyzed its data to see which cities and states had the most and least attractive users."
Yep, I guess beauty is now in the eye of the "proprietary scoring system" for an online dating app that nobody uses.
Clover also calculated the most and least attractive cities for men. Here's what they determined:
Look at that! Oklahoma was ranked 6th for most attractive men! Maybe this study is more reliable than I thought! Take back everything mean thing I said about this awful dating app nobody uses.