Warren's Half A$$ Tax
Warren's Half A$$ Tax
Warren's Half A$$ Tax. Member reactions:
Took me a second to see you really did cut her ass in half.
She has still a lot of taxes to pay with such body.

Funny Old Glory Whiteout Tax

Old Glory Whiteout Tax

Funny 50 percent Tax

50 percent Tax
Member reactions:
Nice job, could use some shadows under the guys.
Bills seem to be greater than Donald's feet.
Can I have several green fruits from your tree.

Funny Taxed mr.Bean

Taxed mr.Bean
Member reactions:
Brilliant. You did well my friend. Congrats on the silver.
Excellent chop mrassad well deserved, Mr Bean such a great chopping buddy
VERY good .
Mrassad Congratulations ....

Funny Taxed Liberty

Taxed Liberty
Member reactions:
Congrats on the cup. It does look perfect.
Great idea and clean as your usual standard. I thought this was yours, congrats on the metalware Denlig.

Funny Taxed for Oscar

Taxed for Oscar

Funny King Taxed

King Taxed
Member reactions:
Funny and very well done 👍🏼
You were busy. Another cut-away, . Congrats on the twofer cup...
This was my favorite. I love the work the ambiance..

Funny Cowboy Taxed in Taxes!

Cowboy Taxed in Taxes!
Member reactions:
Cool
Thanks for the comments and it's good to be back, but picking money from my tree and as you can the branches are bare.

Funny Taxes Giving an Arm and a Leg

Taxes Giving an Arm and a Leg
Member reactions:
Congrats on top 5, Preemiememe. Trump's butcher shop taxed.

Funny CHRISTMAS STORY IN TAXES

CHRISTMAS STORY IN TAXES

Funny Taxed!

Taxed!
Tax Day this year fell on Tuesday, April 18, since April 15 fell on Saturday, and the following Monday America celebrated Easter. The tax filing deadline used to be March 1 in 1913, until it was changed to March 15 in 1918 and then to April 15 in 1955. Nowadays, Tax Day remains April 15, unless it falls on a weekend or national holiday - then the filing deadline is moved to the next business day. Let us imagine what would happen if taxes were not taken in money, but instead were taken in fractions of taxed property. In this case IRS would simply cut off and take away part of your house, part of your car, part of your computer, etc. In this contest you are to photoshop any taxed objects with parts cut off and taken away from them. Some examples are: half a house, half a car, two-thirds of a dog, half a painting, etc. Many thanks to GarRobMil for the themepost.

Funny Taxed!

Taxed!
Tax Day - April 18 - is almost here. The tax filing deadline used to be March 1 in 1913, until it was changed to March 15 in 1918 and then to April 15 in 1955. Nowadays, Tax Day remains April 15, unless it falls on a weekend, national holiday, or Friday - then the filing deadline is moved to the next business day, as is the case this year. Let us imagine what would happen if taxes were not taken in money, but instead were taken in fractions of taxed property. In this case IRS would simply cut off and take away part of your house, part of your car, part of your computer, etc. In this contest you are to photoshop any taxed objects with parts cut off and taken away from them. Some examples are: half a house, half a car, two-thirds of a dog, half a painting, etc. Many thanks to GarRobMil for the themepost.

Funny Taxed!

Taxed!
Tax Day - April 15 - is almost here. The tax filing deadline used to be March 1 in 1913, until it was changed to March 15 in 1918 and then to April 15 in 1955. Today, Tax Day remains April 15, unless it falls on a weekend or national holiday - then the filing deadline is moved to the next business day. Let us imagine what would happen if taxes were not taken in money, but instead were taken in fractions of taxed property. In this case IRS would simply cut off and take away part of your house, part of your car, part of your computer, etc. In this contest you are to photoshop any taxed objects with parts cut off and taken away from them. Some examples are: half a house, half a car, two-thirds of a dog, half a painting, etc. Many thanks to CheynneStoking for the themepost.

Funny Taxed!

Taxed!
Tax Day - April 15 - is almost here. The tax filing deadline used to be March 1 in 1913, until it was changed to March 15 in 1918 and then to April 15 in 1955. Nowadays, Tax Day remains April 15, unless it falls on a weekend or national holiday - then the filing deadline is moved to the next business day. Let us imagine what would happen if taxes were not taken in money, but instead were taken in fractions of taxed property. In this case IRS would simply cut off and take away part of your house, part of your car, part of your computer, etc. In this contest you are to photoshop any taxed objects with parts cut off and taken away from them. Some examples are: half a house, half a car, two-thirds of a dog, half a painting, etc. Many thanks to GarRobMil for the themepost.

Funny Taxed!

Taxed!
Tax Day - April 15 - is almost here. The tax filing deadline used to be March 1 in 1913, until it was changed to March 15 in 1918 and then to April 15 in 1955. Today, Tax Day remains April 15, unless it falls on a weekend or national holiday - then the filing deadline is moved to the next business day. Let us imagine what would happen if taxes were not taken in money, but instead were taken in fractions of taxed property. In this case IRS would simply cut off and take away part of your house, part of your car, part of your computer, etc. In this contest you are to photoshop any taxed objects with parts cut off and taken away from them. Some examples are: half a house, half a car, two-thirds of a dog, half a painting, etc.

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