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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I have been a little disappointed by the war of words regarding the assumption that nobody should have a problem with wearing a monkey suit (or a tuxedo if you're from the states) for the evening dinner.

    I prefer to think of it as a sociological study of the ritual [wikipedia.org] known as 'evening dinner.' Particpating in different cultures and all that...

    I for one do not feel comfortable in a suit.

    I've tried that excuse (along with "It's just not me") on my wife. Now I'm sticking with "Ok, but not more than once or twice a year."

    While I'm happy to dress smartly...

    While I, on the other hand, am a study in what not to wear [bbcamerica.com]. For me, dressing smartly involves shorts and a t-shirt without holes (or jeans and a plaid shirt if it's cold, but then it's never cold in California). At the office. .oO(hmm, so much for the holes requirement for today). Though I know my wife would prefer it if I came home everyday in a suit...