The New Yorker: I Work From Home

Colin Nissan wrote a fabulous humor piece in The New Yorker about the trials of working from home, including constant eating, not exercising, and not being productive.

OPERATOR: That’s good. That’s how it’s supposed to feel. (Pause.) I need you to tell me what you’re wearing, O.K.?

ROBERT: You know . . . just regular clothes.

OPERATOR: Outside clothes or inside clothes?

ROBERT: Hold on, I’ll check. (Pause.) Pajamas. I’m wearing my pajamas. I could swear I’d changed into regular . . . I thought these were jeans!

read the whole story.

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