University of Miami Ranked in Top Ten Schools For Students Looking to Get Laid

The University of Miami has a lot of recent rankings to celebrate. They recently overtook UF to become the , and the football teams starts off the season at a respectable number 13 in the AP pre-season rankings. Now college site Uningo.com has ranked the Coral Gables school as one of the 10 best in the country for students looking to get laid.

The site's "Walk of Shame Hall of Fame: Top 10 schools Where Everybody Gets 'Lucky'" is not individually ranked, but Miami made the cut.

Both male and female students report placing a special emphasis on looking good after dark - "everyone is done up to the nines every time they go out at night." But it seems to be equally important to look good during the daylight hours. "Everyone is always dressed up in their trendy clothes and/or skimpy beachwear when they head to class and when they're walking around campus." All this effort is definitely appreciated by all. "Every day I look around and I'm amazed at how gorgeous our student body is," a sophomore female reports. "U. Miami girls are beautiful, and there are just so many of them you won't know what to do!" her male classmate counters. Sounds like the recipe for a happy student body to us!

I went to the school for four years, and I don't recall anyone wearing a bikini to class (even though they're becoming appropriate office wear soon, remember), and frankly I remember just as many kids coming to class in sweat pants and tanks tops or wrinkled oxfords and unwashed board shorts. Then again, maybe those kids didn't have time to get "dressed to the nines" because they were busy have so, so much sex.

The Hurricanes' heated rivals over at FSU also made the cut, and one student reports that "Tallahassee - especially the 'Strip' on Tennessee Street - really is a veritable vortex of debauchery."

Frankly, I'm surprised they know big words like "veritable" "vortex" and "debauchery" up there at FSU, but congrats to them too.

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