A new study has revealed which cities are more fun to visit than others in the United States.
The results have sparked a debate among ice cream experts over what it means to be a “world class” ice cream city.
The study, which was conducted by The Atlantic Cities, looked at the cities with the most ice cream shops, shops with the highest number of restaurants, restaurants with the fewest bars, and the highest per capita income per capita.
According to The Atlantic, the study showed that New York was the most successful city in terms of making the top ten.
The study also found that the most enjoyable city in the country was Los Angeles, with a score of 5.
The least enjoyable city was Seattle with a 4.
The most expensive city was Chicago with a whopping $9.3 billion per year in income.
The cheapest city was Miami with a per capita of $2,092.
The report also found New York to be the most expensive, with the median price of a cup of coffee topping $4.
It was the second most expensive state after Texas, with an average of $5.42.
According to The Economist, the United Kingdom was the least expensive country in the world, with its average per capita price of $1,965.
A lot of these rankings were based on the popularity of certain foods and drinks.
For instance, the most popular ice cream brands were the ones that made you laugh.
However, a lot of the ice cream was also made by small businesses.
For example, there were three shops that made just one of each brand.
This meant that each of these businesses only made a few cups of ice cream a day.
This led to the average price per cup being $2.69, which is just slightly more than $1.69 per cup for the average coffee shop.
In terms of the amount of ice creams sold per capita, New York ranked fourth, with 2.7 billion.
This was followed by California, with 1.8 billion, and New Jersey, with 774 million.
The average per person price of ice ice cream in New York is $3.99.
New York also scored high on the list for per capita wealth, with $1 trillion.
California is the most wealthy state in the US with $3,737 per person.
It is followed by Florida, with about $2 billion, Ohio, with over $1 billion, Texas, which scored high at $1 million per person, and Nevada, with just over $800 per person in per capita money.
The highest per person wealth in the U.S. is New Jersey with $11,500 per person per year.
The city of Los Angeles is the second best known city in America, with more than 2.6 billion people.
Los Angeles also scored highest on the number of bars, with nearly 1.5 million bars per capita in 2012.
The city of New York, meanwhile, scored low on bars, scoring just over 2 million.
New York City also scored highly on the average number of people working per capita (0.4), with New York having more than 7 million people.
New Yorkers are also more likely to live on lower incomes than most other Americans, according to the report.
New Jersey was the next most popular state for workers, scoring an average annual income of $33,500, followed by New York City at $34,200, followed with Florida at $36,800, and California at $39,200.
New Jersey and New York scored highest for per-capita income ($2,099) followed by Utah at $2