A Man spokesperson said the company had offered to pay for the .6 million ad slot up front.
CBS tells Entertainment Weekly the network has no record of such an offer.
“I have been married to the most extraordinary man for 26 years. In her post, she describes her husband as kind, thoughtful, a sharp dresser, handy, a good cook, a wonderful partner, an amazing father and an artist. I’ll leave this intentional empty space below as a way of giving you two the fresh start you deserve.
I was planning on at least another 26 together,” she wrote. If he sounds like a prince and our relationship seems like a fairy tale, it’s not too far off, except for all of the regular stuff that comes from two and a half decades of playing house together.
The first date in literature appears in the 5000-year-old Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh.
By January 17th I got an e-mail from a seemingly great guy and on January 21st we had our first date. The date got cut short because he had a work function to attend, so the next day we had part II of our first date. I met the guy of my dreams through Poz Match and it has put a very happy ending on my story.That decision caused an uproar over the ad itself, the sponsor (the conservative organization Focus on the Family), and the prospect of politics seeping into a three-hour block where most Americans are trying to escape from the daily grind.But after CBS on Friday rejected a potentially controversial ad from Man Crunch, a Toronto-based gay dating site, it opened itself up for criticism – which came fast and furious.In 1825, a group of young men from Harrow School took out an ad purporting to be from a rich and beautiful lady that elicited 50 replies.They then inserted a second advert, asking for the man who’d answered to be at Drury Lane Theatre on a certain night, and to stand up at the end of the show and put a monocle in his right eye. As they caught sight of each other through their monocles, they gradually became aware that they’d all been had.