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The main character in the strip, Dilbert is a stereotypical technically-minded single male.Prior to October 2014, he was usually wearing a white dress shirt, black trousers and a red-and-black striped tie that inexplicably curves upward; since then, he has worn a red polo shirt with a name badge on a lanyard around his neck.
Neither attractive nor blessed with tremendous social graces, Dilbert is capable, but ignored at work and struggles with his romantic life.While he is frequently seen having dates with eligible women, his dates almost invariably end in disaster, usually in surreal and bizarre ways.Dilbert loves computers and technology and will spend much of his free time playing with such things.He had a girlfriend named Liz for a little over two years, but she started dating other men, stating that she will still date Dilbert, but date other men at the same time.The oblivious manager of Dilbert and the other engineers, and sometimes the main antagonist of the strip; his real name is never mentioned.Scott Adams states that he never named him so that people can imagine him to be their boss.
In earlier strips he was depicted as a stereotypical late-middle-aged balding middle manager with jowls; it was not until later that he developed his signature "pointy hair" and the jowls disappeared.
He is hopelessly incompetent at management, and often tries to compensate for his lack of skills with countless group therapy sessions and business strategies which usually never bear fruit.
He does not understand technical issues but always tries to disguise this, usually by using buzzwords he also does not understand.
The Boss treats his employees alternately with enthusiasm or neglect; he often uses them to his own ends regardless of the consequences to them.
Adams himself wrote that "He's not sadistic, just uncaring".
His level of intelligence varies from near-vegetative to perceptive and clever, depending on the strip's comic needs.