Photos: Top Cities for Sugar Daddies -- and Where Denver Finishes

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Seeking Arrangement is devoted to pairing self-proclaimed sugar daddies (and a few sugar mommies) with students and other young people willing to trade companionship for financial support. It's a controversial service in some quarters, but also a popular one in Colorado. Earlier this year, Seeking Arrangement revealed that CU-Boulder was among the top ten sugar daddy schools in the country -- and now, the site lists Denver among the top fifteen sugar daddy cities. Photos, data and details below.

See also: Photos: Top Ten Sugar Daddy Schools (Including CU) According to Seeking Arrangement

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Photos: Bizarre Guinness World Records Set in Every State, Including Colorado
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We don't know if the folks at the Guinness Book of World Records would consider awarding a world-record honor for a post about the Guinness Book of World Records -- but if they do, Estately is definitely in the running. The site discovered and ranked world records for every state in the union, including Colorado, one stranger than the next. Check out the top picks for each state below, featuring photos and videos -- and to see the original post, including plenty of additional listings and links, click here.

See also: Seven Weird Colorado Moments in Ripley's Believe It or Not! Strikingly True!

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Photos: The Drunkest Cities in America, Including Denver

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We recently posted about the ten Colorado counties with the drunkest drunk drivers -- and yes, Denver made the list. But how does the alcohol consumption in the Mile High City compare to other cities around the country. That was the question recently explored by WCBS5 in Boston. Using numbers crunched by The Daily Beast, the station ranked plenty of major metropolises, including this one. Where did Denver wind up? Count down the selections below -- and to check out the original post, click here.

See also: Photos: Ten Colorado Counties With the Drunkest Drunk Drivers

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Photos: Ten Things You Probably Didn't Know About Denver

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NewsCastic recently published a list of 101 facts about Denver, and while most of the entries were familiar to us, quite a few of them weren't. Here's the ten that struck us as the most unusual or surprising, featuring photos and original NewsCastic text. To see the original post, click here.

See also: Photos: Hilariously Untrue "Facts" About Denver on Uncyclopedia, Parts 1-10

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Photos: Top Ten Haunted Houses in the U.S.A., Including a Terrifying Denver Attraction
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To mark the Halloween season, USA Today assembled its picks for the country's top haunted houses -- and one from Denver made the cut.

Count down all ten below, featuring images and text from each of the attractions -- and be sure to click on the links to learn more about the scares offered up at each.

See also: Photos: Top Ten "Haunted" Places to Visit on Halloween

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Ten Most Desirable Zip Codes in the Denver Area
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The folks at the Movoto real-estate blog have just come up with their list of the ten best zip codes in the country -- and no, none of those in the Denver area made the cut. However, the site also ranked a whopping 28,061 zip codes nationwide, including plenty from these parts. Below, see the metro top ten, featuring maps and a sampling of Movoto data, including the "Big Deal Rank" -- how each zip code's desirability compares with those across the country. Count them down below, and click here to see the Movoto post.

See also: Photos: Top Five Denver Neighborhoods According to Movoto,

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Photos: Ten Best Cities for Liberals -- Including Those Supposedly Better Than Boulder

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Think Boulder's the ultimate destination for liberals in America? disagrees. Yes, Boulder made the site's list of ten best cities for liberals, but several places finished ahead of it. Do you agree with the picks? Find out by counting down the photo-illustrated top ten, featuring excerpts from Livability text and the methodology used in compiling the roster. To see the original post (including lists of best cities for conservatives and centrists, too), click here.

See also: Photos: The Ten Most Livable Cities -- and Where Boulder Ranks

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Photos: Fifteen Beautiful Colorado Paintings on Postcards

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In many ways, postcards are becoming something of a lost art -- but even rarer are postcards of places like Colorado that feature paintings rather than photos. We found a slew of examples on ArtFire -- if you're unfamiliar with the site, think of it is an even artsier Etsy -- and they're absolutely eye-popping. Check out our fifteen favorites below, and be sure to click on the links if you'd like to add one or more of them to your Colorado pride collection.

See also: Our Ten Favorite Colorado Pride Items on Etsy, Summer 2014 Edition

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Photos: Hilariously Untrue "Facts" About Denver on Uncyclopedia, Parts 1-10

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If you like learning from Drunk History, you'll be thrilled by the details about Denver offered on Uncyclopedia, which describes itself as "the Mother Ship of amateur comedy writing! (Amateur means we don't pay you to do it.)" The site's Denver page reveals fascinating information, such as that the local economy is heavily reliant on "high-tech industry, tourism, crack and selling sexually explicit magazines to Oklahomans who want to look at nasty cooters but can't buy such things at home without a permit from the governor."

There's a lot more "wisdom" where that came from. Continue to check out the photo-illustrated ten-part journey through Denver lore, featuring excerpts from Uncyclopedia text -- and to see the original item, replete with lots of additional "facts," click here.

See also: Photos: Ten Weirdest Events in Denver History on History.orb

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Ten Cities With the Most Single, Employed Men Compared to Single Women (Including Denver)
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Denver is known in some quarters as "Menver," owing to the supposedly inflated number of single men here compared to women. The stats don't really back that up -- but numbers from the Pew Research Center offer a new twist. As part of a study dubbed "Mapping the Marriage Market for Young Adults," the demographers list the large metro areas with the highest ratios of employed single young men to single young women -- meaning guys who are not only available, but actually have jobs. And yes, Denver metro did very, very well.

Where did the city land? Find out by counting down the top ten below, featuring photos and PRC data on the top ten, with bonus info on four other Colorado cities. To see the original item, which boasts lots more information, click here.

See also: Top Ten Worst Dates in Denver

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