The Manliest of Cities

AskMen.com ranks the Top 29 cities in the world to be a man, using a highly scientific ranking system based on the price of an iPod, the city's GDP, the ratio of men to women, and - the efficiency of public transit?

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April 20, 2010, 1:00 PM PDT

By Tim Halbur


Las Vegas scrapes the bottom of the list at 29, while New York City and Melbourne top the list.

"We've profiled cities where it's easy to meet women, where professional opportunities abound and where you can easily get outside, whether it be to a world-class stadium to watch a game or to the beach. We know you want to be able to afford the gadgets, fashion and nightlife that make up a stylish man's lifestyle, and on top of all that, you want new openings and new energy to keep you guessing."

One commenter points out that Vancouver is nowhere to be found, even though Toronto and Montreal both make the list.

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