Hialeah Ranked Among Worst Cities for Valentine's Day

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Miami's beloved H-Town has landed itself on yet another 'worst of the worst' list: this time, on WalletHub's Best and Worst Cities for Valentine's Day 2015. Ladies, can we honestly say we're surprised? Considering the Hialeah stereotype is a man that lives with his momma and spends half his income on leasing a white, C-Class Mercedes, and considers his ideal woman someone whose ass is so big she could serve him a meal on it, I think we can go ahead and say no, we're not.

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Hialeah comes in as the 10th worst city to celebrate Valentine's Day, which based its rankings on the most costly cities for taking your sweetie out on the town. WalletHub examined cities across three key dimensions in 100 of the most populated areas, and considered factors like the cost of a restaurant meal for two, the average price of a bottle of wine and the number of florists per capita. Rounding out the list are other equally as depressing city centers such as Newark, Cleveland and Detroit. Surprisingly, Orlando made the cut of the 10 best places to celebrate love, beaten out only by San Francisco and Seattle.

Hialeah previously landed on another WalletHub list: worst city for singles, coming in as the #2 worst city to be single.

True blue H-Town bitches, don't fret: you can always ask your man to hop in that Mercedes and whisk you away to Disney World for the weekend.

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