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Tuesday November 21st 2017

Columbus 2nd Manliest City. 3 Burly Men In Fur Coats Can’t Be Wrong!

Three Columbus, Ohio Streetcar Motormen by Walter D. Nice

This just in, across the telegraph wire, Columbus has been voted the second manliest city in the United States. It’s no wonder, either, with daring young streetcar drivers and their thick furry coats!

The study, paid for by Combos, reached its conclusion by ranking the numbers of manly things per capita. Awesome things like motorcycles, steakhouses, hardware stores, and trucks.

Columbus managed to move up from 7th place last year. No other Ohio cities were included in the top ten. Charlotte, North Carolina managed to take top honors this year.

Source:
WBNS 10TV – “Columbus No. 2 In Manliest City Ranking

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