Not only is Jane Wells one of CNBC's best on-air personalities, but her Funny Business column is among my favorite online content. Make sure to visit this site daily -- it will certainly put a smile on your face.
On Tuesday, Jane ran a piece with the titillating title of Bride Porn -- It's Not What You Think. Frankly, that's dirty pool because she had to know that running a story with the words "bride" and "porn" was calculated to entrap more than a few males -- not that we always click on porn links, course not. What does she think? It's some Pavlovian experiment? You just put "porn" and "bride" in a headline and every guy on Wall Street will click? Oddly, when I found my way to that page (not sure how that happened...someone must have been surfing on my laptop), I read this anti-male, sexist rant:
So, guys, how do you get your gals all worked up?
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Flash News reports that inside the book you'll find a bare-chested "groom" who "can't wait to look at china patterns"-"Tiffany or Limoges? . . .What's with those names? Tiffany? Limoges? Are those porn names or featured strippers?