Girls on a Map Builds Vacations Around Women's Looks

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A woman gazes out at the horizon.

"Have you ever seen anything more beautiful?"

A man looks directly at her.

"No. No I haven't."

What was once a romantic scene has now turned downright creepy, thanks to a new site that acts as a free GPS for international hotties.

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Girls on a Map is a website that tracks the hottest cities around the world and, no, we're not talk about the weather. Crowdsourced through the uploaded photos and ratings of countless anonymous creepers, Girls on a Map lets users pinpoint the travel destinations with the most babes. It's like if Travelocity and The Dirty had a baby.

Visitors of the site can view photos of girls, uploaded by either the girls themselves, their crazy exes, or the men stalking them, as well as rate them and read helpful information about their culture or more importantly, how likely they are to get busy with an out-of-towner.

Being that the premise of this website is alarmingly reminiscent of the one from Taken, we imagine it's only a matter of time before this newly-launched travel site heads due south.

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