Was it too many nail salons and Bed, Bath and Beyond stores? Or not enough motorcycles, steakhouses and Home Depots?
Whatever, Miami was just ranked number 36 on a list of the 50 nation's manliest cities.
And don't start crying yet, Miami, because it gets worse: No. 1 on the manly city list is Oklahoma City, Miami's rival in the NBA Finals.
Compiled by renowned "Best Places to Live" researcher Bert Sperling, the rankings are based on the balance of a city's manly versus girly attributes. Two other Florida cities made the manly list, Jacksonville at 21 and Tampa at 23.
But at least there's one state Florida could beat up and take lunch money from: Five of the seven least manly cities are in California. San Diego came in last.
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