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Midwest home to most romantic cities

The video rental kiosk company Redbox says La Crosse, Wisconsin ranked number one as far as romantic comedy rentals go. Fargo, North Dakota came in eighth on the top-ten list. Mankato also made the list at number 10. The least romantic city was Laredo, Texas.
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The video rental kiosk company Redbox says La Crosse, Wisconsin ranked number one as far as romantic comedy rentals go. Fargo, North Dakota came in eighth on the top-ten list. Mankato also made the list at number 10. The least romantic city was Laredo, Texas.

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