in town for free camps
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?
My experience when I was at MSU - given, grad school so I didn't mingle with the undergrad population much - but the girls were definitely some of the "prettier" ones in high school, but they didn't necessarily stay that way as the years went on. I remember talking to some fellow grad students, who came from UM, MSU, and other schools, and they noted that while the freshmen girls were quite attractive, the penchant for partying and limited exercise seemed to catch up to them as they grew older (and people discount exercise, but UM is very conducive to staying active and working out; I saw far fewer people running and working out at MSU). By comparison, UM women tend to age better, eating and exercising more and generally being more proactive. Given, my UM-grad wife is sitting next to me as I write this, but I am not about to concede that MSU women are more attractive across the board compared to UM. Maybe in the short term, but over the long haul I think UM acquits itself quite well.
And that is about as diplomatic as I can be when discussing the looks of girls who are 10+ years younger than me.