WASHINGTON -- Attractive people are at the gym. According to a data culled by Hinge, a D.C. based dating app that sets people up via Facebook, sans dating profile, people who take care of their bodies tend to have good bodies.
Hinge is a mobile app that asks users to rate Facebook friends of Facebook friends' attractiveness. (The creep factor -- and the weird factor if the app pulls up your mom's photo to rate -- have been noted.)
Whatever its detractions, this ratings system has provided Hinge's data-collectors with a lot of findings, based on which the company can say, definitively, where good-looking people work in D.C.
While it won't come as a surprise that D.C.'s gym employees are hot, the relative attractiveness of people who work in Congress might not be quite so obvious.
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Hinge also put together lists by gender -- unsurprisingly, the gym scored well on those lists, too, though it wasn't first on either list. Still, in both cases, it beat Congress.