Episode 38 – Lingerie Football, Dieting Forks, Corporate Culture and Other Oxymorons

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In episode 38, Ham & Chuck take a close, intensive look at women playing tackle football in lingerie, forks that help you lose weight (which makes about as much sense as women playing tackle football in lingerie), and the new way to keep your Old Boys’ Network intact.

Bras, panties and hockey helmets. Makes perfect sense. Photo from Philly.com.

Bras, panties and hockey helmets. Makes perfect sense. Photo from Philly.com.

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Stories:

Does this crowd look like they want the Lingerie Football League players to wear MORE clothes?

Does this crowd look like they want the Lingerie Football League players to wear MORE clothes?

Lingerie Football League shedding lingerie, and not in the fun way – by the Pattison Ave. Blog on philly.com

Consumer Electronics Show: The latest weight-loss tool? A fork – by MarketWatch senior consumer reporter and “Deal of Day” columnist Kelli B. Grant

Job Applicants’ Cultural Fit Can Trump Qualifications – by Logan Hill of Businessweek

Mentions, Honorable and Otherwise:

  • The Lingerie Football League
  • The Legends Football League
  • The LFL
  • Lingerie
  • True Fantasy Football
  • Women of the Gridiron
  • Victoria’s Secret
  • The Women’s Professional Football League
  • The National Women’s Football Association
  • American Football Women’s League
  • WNBA
  • The National Football League
  • NASCAR
  • Wikipedia
  • Coke
  • New Coke
  • Liz Gorman
  • The Tampa Breeze
  • MTV Networks.
  • Mitchell S. Mortaza, Founder & Chairman, Lingerie Football League
  • Pattison Ave. Blog on philly.com
  • The Consumer Electronics Show
  • Las Vegas
  • The HAPIfork
  • Ben & Jerry’s
  • Kari L. Kooi, registered dietitian at The Houston Methodist Hospital
  • The HAPItoothpick
  • The Journal of Nutrition
  • MarketWatch
  • Kelli B. Grant
  • Summit Partners
  • Ernst & Young
  • Glassdoor
  • Scott Dobroski, spokesman for Glassdoor
  • American Sociological Review
  • Northwestern professor Lauren Rivera
  • Zappos
  • Pret A Manger
  • Eric Peterson, manager of diversity and inclusion at the Society for Human Resources and Management (SHRM)
  • Society for Human Resources and Management (SHRM)
  • Helen Keller
  • Whammo Frisbee
  • William Shedd
  • Mark Twain
  • University of Illinois sociologist Cedric Herring
  • Logan Hill
  • Businessweek
  • Ghost Burp
  • Virginia Senator Ryan McDougle
  • GoDaddy.com
  • Amazon.com
  • National Association of Catering and Events
  • NACE – New Orleans chapter
  • New Orleans
  • Le Pavillion
  • Arnaud’s
  • Cafe Du Monde
  • Beignets (again)
  • Morgan Stewart
  • Jacques-Imo’s Cafe
  • Michael Kiernan
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2 thoughts on “Episode 38 – Lingerie Football, Dieting Forks, Corporate Culture and Other Oxymorons

  1. Dieting fork adds new meaning to the saying, “stick a fork in me I’m done.” lol Ok, I know…silly…but I could not resist. On a different note, lingerie football was bound to happen. Several of my girlfriends in college use to play this very game after consuming about a keg. We just didn’t know that one day it would become such a trend. 🙂

    • Hi Teresa,

      As a matter of fact, I was kicking myself earlier today for not thinking of the “stick a fork in me” joke. I’m glad SOMEBODY used it. And thanks for the note about your girlfriends in college. It leaves us with a vague and hard to pin down feeling of regret. 🙂

      Ham or Chuck

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