Chicago: It’s a man’s, man’s, man’s town

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OK, move along, ladies. This one’s for the guys.

Yo, dude. Like livin’ in Chicago? Course ya do. And according to AskMen.com, Chicago is the best city for men to live in. We ranked No. 1 in the site’s ranking of 29 world cities that offer the most to men, including such factors as the rate of employment, ratio of single women to men, frequency of cultural activities and sporting events and most importantly the cost of a pint of beer.

The rest of the top 10 manly hamlets: 2. Barcelona, 3. San Francisco, 4. London, 5. Sydney, 6. New York, 7. Berlin, 8. Hong Kong, 9. Copenhagen, 10. Paris

Enjoy the love: “Striking the perfect balance between fine arts and sports, Chicago offers world-class cultural fixtures like the Art Institute, Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago International Film Festival, and professional sports teams like the Chicago Bears and Cubs complete with storied pasts and diehard fans. In addition, the city boasts one of the world’s most diverse restaurant scenes and is internationally recognized for its signature pizza, Italian beef and hot dogs. This October, Chicago will participate as a finalist to host the 2016 Olympics, which will further enhance its global reputation and support the claim that it is indeed the best city for men to live in this year.”

Ahem. And every year.

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