50 Percent Cavalry Tax
50 Percent Cavalry Tax
50 Percent Cavalry Tax.

Funny Tax day

Tax day
Member reactions:
Almost a threefer. Top five finish congrats.

Funny Taxed with no mercy

Taxed with no mercy
Member reactions:
Freakishly cool... Very well done and congrats on the cup.

Funny Tax Return 2014

Tax Return 2014
Depardieu: "Unfortunately anyway taxes will be collected by that bald "friend" from Russia"
Member reactions:
Very well executed Best of luck..Nice way to collect the tax..
Really freaking clever. Even "Russian Standard" vodka is there
You get the tax returns only by using AK 47
Nice One Wanderer. You did well against many tough competitors in this contest.

Funny Taxed Taxi

Taxed Taxi
A Free Service...and Keep The Change in Your Pocket........
Member reactions:
Movement of your belongings to the tax department is made of free.... and remaining nuts were filled in your pocket.... crazy idea and the Lad in a freaky mood to react

Funny Taxed American Wedding

Taxed American Wedding
Member reactions:
Being wedded... and the tastiest loaf was taken out as tax crazy movie poster creation

Funny Taxed Statue of Liberty

Taxed Statue of Liberty
Member reactions:
Need to get Obama Care..... crazy statue with liberty to wear full clothes funny way to extract tax

Funny Taxed Venus de Milo Statue

Taxed Venus de Milo Statue
Member reactions:
got to know the reason behind the incomplete statues well done
Woody, Grats lucianomorelli. Great signwork.
Me likes this one a lot. Congrats on the wood, Luciano.

Funny The Apple Tax Bite

The Apple Tax Bite
Member reactions:
The display gone.... to full fill the requirement of tax
Really good idea and the quality of this chop is pro
, I love how you remade the Apple logo with taxes. Bronze congrats, GRM.

Funny Tax wrestling

Tax  wrestling
Boehner dares Obama to reject a GOP tax hike on millionaires in 49-second address
Member reactions:
Amazing chop, what a perfect face merge, Looks real

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.

Funny Taxed!

Taxed!
In case you are among the many US citizens who file their tax returns just before the deadline, you still have a few days left. The due date for the 2011 individual federal income tax returns is Tuesday, April 17, 2012. (Typically, Tax Day falls on April 15 unless that day happens to be on a Saturday, Sunday or federal holiday.) 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.

Funny Taxed!

Taxed!
In case you are among the many US citizens who file their tax returns just before the deadline, you still have a few days left. The due date for the 2010 individual federal income tax returns will be Monday, April 18, 2011. Typically, Tax Day falls on April 15 unless that day happens to be on a Saturday, Sunday or federal holiday. In 2011, April 15 fulfills none of these requirements as it falls on a Friday, and there's no federal holiday on that day. So how did this come about? In 2011, Washington, D.C., will celebrate Emancipation Day on April 15, a day earlier than normal, since April 16 falls on a Saturday. Emancipation Day signifies the anniversary of the day that President Lincoln signed the Compensated Emancipation Act. The Act, which was "for the release of certain persons held to service or labor in the District of Columbia," freed 3,100 slaves in the District, making DC residents the "first freed" by the US government. In 2005, Emancipation Day was made an official public holiday in the District of Columbia. Tax Day will be moved forward one business day, in observance of the Washington DC holiday, putting it on Monday, April 18 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.

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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