Men’s Health Drunkest Cities 2011: Another Unfunny, Recycled Story
In the magazine’s latest attempt to create a massive library of recycled content, Men’s Health has issued yet another “Drunkest Cities” list. The Drunkest Cities 2011 list is perhaps more offensive than most other unoriginal Men’s Health stories, as instead of focusing on how you can burn fat and build muscle with foods you already thought were healthy, this one takes morbid statistics like liver disease deaths and DUI crash deaths and attempts to spin them into the ultimate test of bro-superiority. Kudos, Men’s Health, for another sophomoric story that you’ve published numerous times before. Online content farms could learn from your incredible ability to continually publish new magazines with the same stock of content.
See if your city is on the Men’s Health drunkest cities list for 2011 below. You can pick up a discount subscription to this journalistic embarrassment right here.
Men’s Health Drunkest Cities 2011
- Billings, MT
- Riverside, CA
- Austin, TX
- St. Louis, MO
- San Antonio, TX
- Lubbock, TX
- Tucson, AZ
- Bakersfield, CA