Matchmaker, matchmaker, find me a millionaire match.
The folks over at SeekingMillionaire.com gave San Francisco a kick in the balls this week when they ranked it sixth in their list of U.S. cities with the most eligible bachelor millionaires.
Face it. You can't always be number one, San Francisco. Apparently you can't always be runner-up or take home the bronze medal neither.
So what gives? You'd think the city that ranks in the upper echelons of most expensive in the world would also boast the wealthy studs to match. That's just not the case.
The site, pegged as the world's premiere millionaire-dating website, conducted a census based on 89,503 single members with a net worth of at least $1 million.
What's a gal searching for diamond encrusted love in the Bay Area supposed to do with this information? Skip town to numbers one through five? Maybe. Speaking of, these are the jabronies who ka-chinged their way to the top. There's got to be a (un)reasonable explanation for this, right?
5. Dallas, TX - 966 eligible millionaire men (Oil)
4. Houston, TX - 1,038 (Even more oil)
3. Chicago, IL - 1,092 (Oprah. Well not anymore, but she must factor in somehow.)
2. Los Angeles, CA - 2,127 (Hollywood)
1. New York, NY - 4,101 (Well, that's original. Hope you're happy being the center of the world. Here's looking at you, Wall Street.)
It all makes perfect sense now. In any case, San Francisco will just have to sit pretty in sixth place for now. After all, Jennifer Hudson placed seventh on American Idol and look at her now -- millionaire.
In case you're wondering, San Francisco has 909 eligible millionaires roaming around looking for companionship. Get to the gold digging, ladies!