Hialeah Is the Bang With Friends User Capital of Florida

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Bang With Friends, an app that lets you know when one of your Facebook connections is interested in doing some real-life poking, made headlines when it launched in January. Today, the site boasts hundreds of thousands of users.

And a huge chunk of them reside right here in Hialeah.

According to statistics New Times received from Bang With Friends this morning, Hialeah is the most DTF city in all of Florida, with the most Bang With Friends users in the state.

That's more than the city of Miami, which ranks at number two. It's more than Miami Beach, which ranks at number eight. And it's more than Fort Lauderdale, coming in at number 10.

Damn, Cubans. Y'all are really getting around.

If you're a Bang With Friends virgin, here's how it works: You select which of your Facebook friends you'd like to get nasty with. If any of those friends also use the app, and say they'd like to get a leg over on you too, Bang With Friends will alert you both. If you select a friend who doesn't use the app, or who hasn't selected you as a potential fuckbuddy, your choice remains private.

Hialeah's top ranking is extra impressive, considering that the state of Florida itself is one of Bang With Friends' most popular markets. With 40,000 users statewide, Florida ranks fourth in the country.

Hialeah, we'd congratulate you on all the meaningless sex you're having if we thought you were reading this. But let's be honest: You're way too busy getting laid to notice.

Here are the full Florida rankings:

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