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Glendale Man Named One of Nation's "Hottest Bachelors of 2009"

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You're in luck, ladies! One of America's hottest bachelors is living right here among us.

No, shockingly, it's not Mayor Phil.

Alexander Farsi, a 24-year-old "actor/model" from Glendale made the cut as one of Cosmopolitan Magazine's "Hottest Bachelors of 2009."

Here, check out his video. Farsi may have stolen "Blue Steel" from Derek Zoolander.

But, come on, there's more to life than being "really, really ridiculously good looking," like receiving compliments and falling in love.

On Farsi's profile page, he tells Cosmo that the best compliment he ever received was "Someone told me that I was the sweetest person ever."

Wonder what else his grandma had to say.

Among his worst habits, Farsi says, "I fall in love way to easily -- that can backfire."

Simple solution: Step away from the mirror.

Let's just hope Farsi doesn't find himself in the middle of a "freak gasoline fight." In this economy, we need all the "actor/models" we can get.

Any ladies out there who want to take a stab at love with one of the nation's most beautiful bachelors can reach Farsi at AZ.bachelor09@gmail.com


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