"Jenkins, I think you've taken our casual dress policy a bit too far."
One man in an office to another man who is wearing only a tee shirt and boxer shorts .
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Liza Donnelly has contributed to The New Yorker since 1982. She is the author of sixteen books and is a sought-after public speaker. Her work is often cultural and political commentary and about inter-personal relationships. Donnelly lives with her husband, fellow cartoonist Michael Maslin in New York.