When I was a teenager, my family drove through Brandon, Manitoba, and we all commented on how good looking the people were. It was sort of uncanny. We didn't see an ugly person anywhere.
My hometown, Edmonton, is not only a hub of the oil industry where people come to find jobs, but also a big university town, so there are lots of men from all over the country here. I don't know if they're better-looking than the men in other cities, but there is a lot of variety.
That reminds me: Why don't I have a boyfriend?