Therefore, I can’t let this color my opinion of what a “hot” city is.
I’ve noticed that other men who discuss these topics fail to do this.
How exactly does a “hot” city differ from a more “average” or “ugly” city? Hot To Most Men The first thing we have to consider is that, as I’ve shown many times, different men like different types of women. There are certain cities, such as Salt Lake City, Tempe, and Oslo that are full of the type of women I personally like (Barbie blondes, preferably with big boobs).
For example, I have talked about how cities like Miami and Los Angeles are full of attractive women, and they are.
These “specific type” cities are great for a certain type of guys, but you can’t say they’re hot on the overall.
To determine an “overall” hot city, we need to make sure that women who are attractive are common.
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If you do all three of these things, I think you’ll have a pretty good idea of how hot (or not) the women are in a particular city.
Again, if you’re looking for a super-accurate, scientific way of determining this, I can’t give it to you (and nor can anyone else), but if you’re looking for a good idea, I think these methods work.
Is ASU full of hot blonde girls because Phoenix is full of hot blonde girls, or because hot blonde girls flock to ASU from all over the United States then move back home as soon as they graduate? So while college might be a good place to pick up women, I don’t consider it a place to measure overall hotness of a particular city.
Here’s a quickie graph of a few Western cities I’ve visited based on all the above factors.