All of a sudden, it's totally badass to live in Oklahoma City. They've got a team in the NBA Finals that almost everyone in America is hoping will beat the Miami Heat . . . and now this.
There's a new list of America's MANLIEST cities, and Oklahoma City came in at number one.
The list is based on factors like the number of hardware stores, steakhouses, and people in manly occupations. And cities LOSE points for having high numbers of nail salons and fancy boutiques.
The top 10 manliest cities are Oklahoma City
Columbia, South Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina.
The 10 least manly U.S. cities are:
Rochester, New York
(--You can see the full list of 50 cities here.)
The 10 Funniest Dads on TV
Father's Day is this Sunday, and in honor of that we have a list of The 10 Funniest Dads on TV. Someone put it together for Buzzfeed.com.
Here's the list . . . which is mostly made up of recent shows:
1.) Hank Hill from "King of the Hill" . . . voiced by Mike Judge
2.) Al Bundy from "Married with Children" . . . played by Ed O'Neill
3.) Michael Bluth from "Arrested Development" . . . played by Jason Bateman
4.) Stan Smith from "American Dad" . . . voiced by Seth MacFarlane
5.) Red Forman from "That '70s Show" . . . played by Kurtwood Smith
6.) Randy Marsh from "South Park" . . . voiced by Trey Parker
7.) Phil Dunphy from "Modern Family" . . . played by Ty Burrell
8.) Hal from "Malcolm in the Middle" . . . played by Bryan Cranston
9.) George Lopez from "The George Lopez Show"
10.) Dr. Cliff Huxtable from "The Cosby Show" . . . played by Bill Cosby