They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but I seriously think the folks over at need to check to see what they be holding. They recently released their rankings of states with the most and least attractive men and women in the US, and they put Louisiana 3rd on the list of states with the least attractive women. Obviously they have no clue what they're doing, and obviously know nothing of South Louisiana.

Baton Rouge placed 6th on their list of cities with the most attractive men however. Makes sense that so many attractive men live in the capitol city of a state bursting at the seams with unattractive women, doesn't it? Hardly.

How did they collect this ridiculous information?

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"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. Connecticut tops the chart as the state with the most beautiful women while Manhattan, NY is the number one city. Montana ranks highest as the state with the best-looking men while Jacksonville, FL takes the top spot as the city with the hottest guys."

So, they made these rankings based users of their app. Funny, I've never heard of Clover. I'm married so I'm not in the dating scene, but we've all heard of, eharmony and other sites for dating. And maybe Clover's whole point to this is just an attention grab because they can't afford to advertise like the big dogs.

I'd like to invite the folks at Clover to come down to Acadiana for a handful of days. Come enjoy the food, music, culture, and pass a good time. It doesn't matter where down here you choose to visit honestly, because wherever you do, you'll quickly see just how wrong your "data" is.