"He said if I married him he'd give me everything I wanted . . . or its cash equivalent."
One woman to another as they sit in a restaurant.
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P.C. Vey has worked as a cartoonist for several magazines. In the past, he was a mainstay at National Lampoon, and his work regularly appears in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Playboy, Mad, and other magazines. He started publishing cartoons in The New Yorker in 1993. Vey lives in New York City with his wife.