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Back in January, we introduced you to Total Frat Move, which measures coolness using the "TFM" stamp of approval.

And apparently, Colorado is plenty cool -- because since we shared its ten most "TFM" Colorado photos, the site's collected plenty more pics featuring our fair state at its TFM-iest.

Here's our latest TFM countdown, complete with text from the user-submitted items themselves.

Number 10: "Peyton's outfit while visiting the Colorado Rockies. TFM." Number 9: "'I think I'm just going to stay here.' TFM." Continue to keep counting down Total Frat Move's ten latest most "TFM" Colorado pics. Number 8: "Spring Break at Vail in the 80's. TFM." Number 7: "Leroy Jenkins. TFM." Continue to keep counting down Total Frat Move's ten latest most "TFM" Colorado pics. Number 6: "Sometimes you have to branch out and play a few rounds outside your country club. TFM." Number 5: "'It will be WELL worth your while.' TFM." Continue to keep counting down Total Frat Move's ten latest most "TFM" Colorado pics. Number 4: "Hazing the pladges back in '81. TFM." Number 3: "Why hire a snow removal service when you have pledges? TFM." Continue to keep counting down Total Frat Move's ten latest most "TFM" Colorado pics. Number 2: "Killing trophy elk in an All-American hat from Rowdy Gentleman. TFM." Number 1: "The guy in the background. TFM."

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