Look, If Justin wants to just wear his black button shirt with it unbuttoned, that's fine, and technically fits the criteria for his work uniform.
I looked up punch clock references for this comic, which was sort of helpful? They were varied, and the one I drew doesn't really match any of them, but that's why I wound up putting a clock on it, at least.
In the process of this, I saw a video talking about the history of punch clocks, and how modern ones can have biometric scanners for identifying employees to avoid cheating, and I'm just... Really? Really.
Because nothing says "we trust our employees and want their loyalty and trust" like requiring fingerprints to prove they were REALLY there and didn't get someone ELSE to punch it for them.
Oh, right, I guess the comic is about games pressuring you to play them every day.
Um... I don't like it, but it can make sense depending on the game, whether it's an issue will depend on the game, how exactly it's done, personal preference, it probably makes sense for Animal Crossing, I haven't actually played any of them since the first one, yadda yadda yadda.
Anyway, about punch clocks...