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“Classify yourself,” she said.
“I am a human, male, forty two years old, white, hetero, wife three kids.”
“Seventy three if I’m lucky.”
“I am going to recommend a tonic.”
“So am I,” he said.
“Really?” she said.
“Why not? In fact, I recommend a gin and tonic.”
Eight drinks later they were still at the bar.
“Can I expense this?” he said.
“What’s your tax bracket?” she said.
“Depends who’s asking?”
“I’m going to recommend a write off.”
“So am I.”
Two sentences later they had, technically speaking, entered into a criminal conspiracy for income tax evasion to the tune of $76.
Date Written: September 19, 2005Comments:
Author: Ewan Snow
Average Vote: 4
09/26/2005 Will Disney: did they really?
09/26/2005 John Slocum (4): this shit smacks of snowdawg. irrespectragardless of who wrote it, I found it extremely enjoyable and somewhat funny due to author's playing deftly with my expectations. this short twists and turns like a twisty turny thing. I'd give it 3.75 if there were quarter star increments. Disney?
09/26/2005 qualcomm: why is the same woman giving out both tax advice and medical advice?
09/26/2005 anonymous: qualcomm: rhetorical?
09/26/2005 anonymous: Also for your consideration: What kind of "doctor" begins an examination by saying "classify yourself"? What kind of patient suggests he and the doctor go for a drink? What kind of doctor accepts? What kind of patient asks his doctor for tax advice? What kind of doctor gives it?
Answer: THE KIND THAT EXIST WITHIN A REALLY, REALLY FUNNY SHORT! HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
09/26/2005 TheBuyer (4): Fuck it, I'm convinced.