The Pajamas Letter - Part Two

As you may remember, trusty readers, I recently came upon a mysterious, unsigned letter in the deposit-envelope receptacle of a downtown ATM machine requesting that I draw a picture of my "normal pajamas" and send it back in an included self-addressed stamped envelope. Since, as a rule, I always do exactly what random unsigned letters tell me to do, I followed the instructions -- with a few twists.

After all, this was obviously a sign from the all-knowing Fashion Gods. How could it be a coincidence that a letter inquiring about pajamas fell into the hands of a correspondent for the Cat's Pajamas? The only thing to do with such divine correspondence was to make the response a company-wide affair. So when our secretive pajamas lover opened the mailbox recently, there was a letter waiting including not one, not two, but 18 drawings featuring the normal pajamas of many of Westword's staff:

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Joel Warner is a former staff writer for Westword and International Business Times. He's also written for WIRED, Men's Journal, Men's Health, Bloomberg Businessweek, Popular Science, Slate, Grantland and many other publications. He's co-author of the 2014 book The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny, published by Simon & Schuster.
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