Have you dropped your phone and busted the screen recently? Stumbled into a curb? You're not alone. Grand Rapids was recently named one of the most clumsiest cities.

Apparently we're not as graceful as the petite swans we picture ourselves to be.

Asurion, a tech repair company, looked at the data and put Beer City on a list of the ten most clumsiest towns in the nation. Maybe we should stop drinking.

The data they looked at was dropped tech devices, cracked screens and more to determine which cities have the most slips and falls.

They also looked into stats like personal injury lawyers and orthopedic surgeons per capita, as well as Google searches on how to deal with small injuries like twisted ankles, and asking how to care for broken stuff around the house.

The result is Grand Rapids is the ninth clumsiest city in the country, right behind Cincinnati, Ohio, and just in front of Tampa, Florida.

I'm not gonna lie to you. I helped get us up there by falling down my basement stairs and tearing up my knee a few years back.

By the way, New Orleans is the most clumsiest city in America, probably in part to all those tourists tumbling around the French Quarter.

Top 10 Clumsiest Cities in the U.S.

  1. New Orleans, LA
  2. Raleigh, NC
  3. Jacksonville, FL
  4. Richmond, VA
  5. Atlanta, GA
  6. Charlotte, NC
  7. Birmingham, AL
  8. Cincinnati, OH
  9. Grand Rapids, MI
  10. Tampa, Fl

On the flipside, San Francisco, California was named the most graceful city in the U.S., followed by Chicago and New York.

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