An End To Torture?
A friend of mine runs a company specialising in building web sites for on-line training. A while ago, they were asked to build a site that was something to do with cognitive behavioural therapy (a form of psychotherapy) , and the customer was absolutely insistent on having the acronym, CBT, in the domain name for the service. Naturally, they complied with the customer’s wishes.
Shortly after the site was launched, there seemed to be some problems - they were getting listed by the sort of ‘adult’ directories that responsible psychotherapists would consider inappropriate. After some research, it was discovered that CBT stands for something else. Something that seems a little . . . um . . . extreme.
I’m not going to tell you what that is (and nor would I recommend that you even Goooooogle it - NOT safe for work, or even at home - you never know who’s watching your internet connection), but let’s just say that thanks to the generosity of my parents and an upcoming birthday, I’ve got a new saddle for my road bike that fits wonderfully, and my days of cycling CBT are now behind me:
Yep - that’s a Specialized Toupé saddle , and it’s very, very comfy. Funny name though - I thought that a Toupé for your nether regions was called a merkin?
(um . . . probably best not to Gooooogle that one either!)