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We're So Vain ... Aren't We?

Vain rankings: Chicago clocks in at No. 7



    We're So Vain ... Aren't We?
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    SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 01: Drag queen Summer Salt looks in a rear view mirror on her way to rehersals for the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras after party on March 1, 2008 in Sydney, Australia. This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras festival which originally began as a protest march but is now a celebration of the pride and diversity within the community. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

    Cue Carly Simon, Chicago.

    A recent study by thedailybeast.com determined which cities in the U.S. are tops when it comes to being narcissistic. And we're boating a slot in the Top 10: a cool No. 7.

    The website determined the ranking by first finding which of 25 cities has the largest percentage of gym memberships, then checked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to measure the percentage of residents in each of the cities who were neither overweight or obese.

    Cities were then ranked based on average monthly spending on personal care items.

    So, put down your mirror, because here's who is checking themselves out more than us.

    1). San Francisco

    2). Boston

    3). New York City

    4). Los Angeles

    5). Hartford

    6). Dallas

    Other midwestern cities on the list include:

    9). Minneapolis

    10). Columbus, Ohio

    16). Indianapolis

    18). St. Louis