I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
I've seen that picture quite a few times, however this is the first time I realize that the girl's (with the blue hat) t-shirt says "Squirrels 4 Heisman". My day has just been made.
This thread title made my day.
I concede that MSU has a larger sample of better looking women.
You know what's funny though? I know of quite a few Michigan graduate men who have married MSU women. However, I am yet to meet a Michigan grad woman married to an MSU grad man. I'm sure they are out there but I don't know of any.
This makes sense though. Men hold more value in looks (I already conceded that MSU's women are generally better looking). Women, on the other hand, hold more value in the ability for their mate to provide for their family.
You following all this?
Consider this your intro to a Michigan alumna married to an MSU grad (but he's a lifetime Michigan fan, or there'd be trouble).
I wouldn't necessarily concede anything to MSU. U of M is a candy store of beautiful women from all over the country and the world.
to CleverMichiganResponse, or whatever her name is...
If you are into 30something, happily married CPAs with 2 kids, let's chat.
Seriously, I grew up in the Upper Penninsula, so U of M truly was/is Wonka's factory to me.
I was only kidding you, of course, but now that you mention that you grew up in the Upper Peninsula, I understand your perspective. I mean, seriously, what's the male/female ratio up there? 20:1?
What I have found is that at Michigan, many girls come in as freshman a bit nerdy, and by the time they graduate they have figured out how to "highlight their assets".
At Michigan State, girls come in already knowing how to be attractive, and by the time they graduate many of them are simply "used up garbage". Not many MSU girls are still attractive upon graduation.
I personally had three friends during my time at Michigan who were better looking than any girl I have ever seen in East Lansing.