Mr. Marina

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Whoever said that it's hard to find good men these days has clearly never been to San Francisco's Marina District. 

We've just come across the annual Mr. Marina contest and it is a veritable treasure trove of available, appealing dudes—if your idea of appealing is a neon tanktop-only wardrobe, an affinity for Anheuser-Busch products, and a job in banking. Each of the 2015 contestants is a bigger bro than the last, resulting in a group that resembles an overgrown fraternity. In other words, form an orderly queue, ladies.

Before we show you these eligible bachelors, we should warn you that they're not going to accept a date with just anybody. After all, they're competing in one of the most exlusive male beauty pageants in the world! Or something. If you like what you see, you can donate to help your contestant of choice get closer to a win during the final showdown competition on March 18 (all event proceeds go to the Leukemia & Lymphona Society). We've picked out our five favorites (well, favorite is a strong word), so let's get to the men of the hour .

Brady Stevenson

Mr. Marina

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Okay, so his bio is kind of dull. He was raised in San Diego, went to college in Los Angeles, and then moved to San Francisco to work as a recruiter for a big tech company. He works out, hangs with friends, and brews his own beer...blah, blah, blah. But, damn if he can't rock a fair isle sweater.

Frankie Arias

Mr. Marina

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This guy has everything: He's a professional engineer, he's training for an Ironman, and he has consecutive dodgeball league championships. That's marriage material, people. Plus, he is a self-described "Brochacho" with a "genuine Latin smile." Cha-ching!

Justin Waterman

Mr. Marina

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If you're looking for your average bro who puts God, country, tank tops, and Calvin Harris above all else, you have found The One. Plus, not only is Justin "ingrained in the SF scene," but his Tinder pictures have puppies in them.

Matt Bowers

Mr. Marina

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Mr. Bowers got our vote immediately for his excellently-crafted novel of a biography. This masterpiece has it all—a tantalizing plot, well-crafted dialogue, and the revelation that he refers to his recurring Sunday Brunch reservation as "Mass." If you think you could fall for a guy who rocks Captain America Tees, plays a crap ton of cornhole, and karaokes to Journey at two in the afternoon, he's worth a read. 

Mike Willis

Mr. Marina

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Watch out, fellow men, because Mr. Willis is a boyfriend's worst nightmare. And yes, those are his own words. He also wears the trendiest motorcycle boots, but know ahead of time that his bike's always in the shop. 

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