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Ties at the Office

"Sir, your tie is too wide... and too long."

Cartoon from The New Yorker (attribute forthcoming). Caption by DJK

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The New Yorker Finalists are as follows:
  • "I was told you were the last person to use the key to the men's room."
  • "We're going out for a quick bite if you want to join us."
  • "We still haven't found your pants, sir."
Read more: http://www.newyorker.com#ixzz2qxoXMQEI

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