PwCers Got a Holiday Concert, What’d You Get?

It’s about that time to start comparing what paltry branded goods everyone is swapping in the name of Christmas (or Hanukkah or winter solstice or whatever it is you choose to celebrate in this, the last mile of the year), a favorite pastime of accountants everywhere.

We’re hearing PwCers were treated to a “concert” (via webcast, of course, not because the firm is too cheap to rent out an appropriate stadium for said concert but because the Rona is still prowling around) by Leon Bridges, who I initially confused with Leon Russell because I’m old, although I’m pretty sure he’s dead so that would be one weird concert, even considering the whole Zoom thing. Anyhoo, Leon Bridges isn’t dead and from what we know, he gave PwC a whole 30 minutes of his time last week.

This guy

Not this guy

I dunno, live music might just be better than a whole box of meat for the holidays, hard to say. Good thing we’ve still got a few days for some other firm to one-up both of them with, say, branded bottles of K-Y so you can comfortably go fuck yourself come next busy season.

In the meantime, entertain yourself with the dick-measuring contest happening over on Reddit: PUBLIC – What did your firm send you for Christmas?

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