Friday sketch at work this week was "my uzi weighs a ton" and I have little to no interest in drawing guns, so I went to Erin-Default-Awkward-Girls-Without-Pants mode, and voila.
I'm in the middle of reading Then We Came to the End, and being that it takes place at an ad agency during a recession and layoffs, the issues ring true to my own experience here. I liked this passage-
We had a toy client, a car client, a long-distance carrier, and a pet store chain. We did TV, print, direct mail, and internet. We had a business to business division. We drank too much on the weekends. We had the great fortune and shortcomings of character that marked every generation that had never seen war. If we had been recovering from the aftereffects of a significant campaign, we might have been grateful to be where we were. Eager, even.