Top 5 Colleges with the Hottest Women: College is a time where we gather the best and brightest of our youth and put them in a place with limited activities and even less supervision. For most guys, choosing a college can be one of the most stressful times in his life. You never want to start freshman year at a school with a bunch of Joy Behar look-a-likes running around. To help remedy this situation, we here at DOM compiled a list of the Top 5 Colleges with the Hottest Women as voted by you in yesterday’s post. And the results are in…!
The first qualification for even being considered on this prestigious list is female-to-male ratio. The population of bomb shells are of course directly correlated with the amount of overall double X chromosomes that reside at the school. Therefore, no school on this list has less than 50%. We have met women from all of these schools and used our personal judgements in our chance encounters to help decide the list because that is how science works. Secondly, we measured the prestige element of the university’s hottie history. We received names of several schools that are up and coming in their recruitment classes but do not have the storied history of putting out women with the barbie-esque, angelic attributes like the universities that made our final cut. Finally, we took our most important measurement, YOU the member. We polled for what seemed like decades (3 days total) just to secure the most upstanding measurements.
I can assure you that this list is accurate. You may want to initially disagree with the order but your resistance is futile. These are the stone cold stunners of hot college women. They are the grade “A” piece of the proverbial student body that helps to keep normal people, outside of Doogie Howser, going to college. Share these with your friends, younger brothers, and sons. Otherwise, the next time you want to visit their campus and mix it up with the college coeds you might find yourself at the University of Rosie O’Donnell.
The List (% of votes):
- University of Texas (38.46)
- Florida State University (26.92)
- University of Oregon (23.08)
- University of Southern California (7.69)
- Arizona State University (3.85)
Don’t agree? Cast your vote and see if the tide turns:
Everything is BIGGER in Texas,