Eh—that's all that can be said. There's nowhere else to go once you're in Kirksville, unless you make friends with the med students at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, so everyone tends to adopt a love-the-one-you're-with perspective. The guys may not be buff, and most of the girls aren't models, but there are some remarkably attractive people walking around, if you're looking for the kind with black-framed glasses and an iPod in tow. People have been known to go to Mizzou, an hour-and-a-half drive, for the purpose of a good hookup. Rumor has it the students there are twice as pretty and twice as dumb.
There's a 6-to-4 ratio of girls to guys, so a lot of single girls aren't happy with their classmates as far as looks are concerned. But there are very happy couples with a remarkable variation in traditional attractiveness. And it seems that anyone can find a willing makeout buddy on a Saturday night if they're looking for a meaningless good time. However, you're more likely to study what makes someone sexually attractive (a 1.618 ratio between certain facial angles and a 0.7 waist-to-hips ratio for women, in case you're wondering) than to find a wide selection of specimen. There may be many fish in the sea, but Kirksville, unfortunately, is as landlocked as they come.