This column will be read by more people than any other I have penned, if only for the following words.
Sexy. Celebrity. Selfies.
There's click-bait if I ever saw it.
The thing that really shocked me about Jennifer Lawrence (right) and co in the buff - not that I searched for the pics - wasn't that a hacker found and leaked celebrities' intimate snaps, but just how many people have apparently been doing it.
When did snapping oneself naked become a "thing"? Never has my phone's photo album looked so depressingly dull.
Don't get me wrong. As a megalomaniac, I'm as into my own image as the next guy off TV. I'll walk past a puddle and be lost for 20 minutes, like a puppy in front of a mirror.
But photograph myself naked? Ahh. Thanks, but I've seen myself naked and, to level with you, it wasn't all I'd hoped it'd be.
I've seen all manner of comparisons this week between hacking for a cause - ie, Dirty Politics - and hacking celebrity nude snaps. Yes, they're both privacy breaches.
Yes, they're both criminal.
But anything involving sex ratchets up the crime, in my book.
I just hope this saga doesn't impact a very 21st-century fad. So you want to snap a Friday-night-fleshy and share it with your love? Go to town.
A world without trust is a world without love and I can think of plenty of unhealthier practices.
But just as with sex itself, it pays to be a bit careful. Everyone is entitled to privacy, but everyone can lock up, too.
I'd rather update my password and be a bit more careful than be forever a prude.
Jack Tame is on Newstalk ZB Saturdays, 9am-midday