- a Twitter tax, levied at .001p per tweet
- an iPhone tax, levied only for boasting about what it can do
- a tax on the downloading of tracks simply as part of a campaign to get a Christmas number one
- a Wii tax levied on the breaking of household objects
- a tax on irritating ringtones, doubled for Christmas ones
- a tax on plastic packaging for toys that needs an entrenching tool and a pneumatic drill to open
- a tax on muzak and double for Christmas muzak, treble for Christmas muzak before December
Thursday, December 31, 2009
7 new taxes for 2010
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