Today is Tax Day. Did you know that? If not, please feel free to panic now. But if your taxes are done, why don't you soothe the burn of having no money by reading these hilarious tweets about taxes? They're free.
Turbo Tax is the worst computer game ever.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) April 18, 2017
IRS: We haven't received your taxes.— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) April 18, 2017
ME: THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DON'T CARE ABOUT MY TAXES- THE ELECTION IS OVER GET OVER IT!!!
Got good news & bad news from the IRS: the bad news--somebody filed a tax return in my name. The good news: they paid all the taxes I owed.— Gerard Mulligan (@GerardMulligan1) April 13, 2017
I love filing my taxes because it's the only time I can declare myself independent.— Ariel Elias (@ArielSElias) April 12, 2017
i paid my taxes in an envelope addressed to: Obama, wherever u are. did i do this right— may wilkerson (@shutupmay) April 18, 2017
On #TaxDay, let's remember our money is going to pay for Mar-a-Lago golf cart rentals.— Michi (@cbn2) April 18, 2017
If you send the IRS a picture of naked Shrek you don’t have to pay any taxes— Bucky Isotope (@BuckyIsotope) April 18, 2017
I wrote a hilarious joke about Trump and his taxes, but I'm not going to release it. #TaxDay— Stephen Pratt (@TheStephenPratt) April 18, 2017
I want Trump's tax returns just to see how much he has budgeted towards natural male enhancement pills.— Langston Kerman (@LangstonKerman) April 18, 2017
Crazy how everyody wants Trump's tax returns but nobody cares about the secret Krabby Patty formula that's been kept from us for 20 years— decent pigeon (@decentbirthday) April 18, 2017
I did my taxes on April Fools Day so if I get audited I'm just going to say it was an elaborate prank on the government— Katla McGlynn (@katlamcglynn) April 4, 2017
My parents been writing me off on their taxes and in life in general for the past 41 years.— The Cultured Ruffian (@CulturedRuffian) April 15, 2017
I decided to protest the clowns in government by paying my taxes in red clown noses. Tweeting this from jail.— Matt Nedostup (@nedostup) April 18, 2017