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    Tax lessons from a stripper


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerry Atrichs View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Missy Mariposa View Post
    On the other hand, I think she's shady and greedy and should have just paid the taxes on it. We all know that relationship wasn't REALLY of a personal nature...
    you know absolutely nothing about this relationship

    is what she's arguing really any more absurd than this silly disclaimer...

    "Money exchanged is for social companionship only and my fee is for my time. Anything else that may or may not occur is a matter of personal choice and personal preferences between two or more consenting adults of legal age and is not contracted for, nor is it requested to be contracted for in any manner."

    or the classic...

    with escorts you buy sex, with courtesans you buy time...

    how's that for a cover your ass statement...

    BTW, are you a Democrat or Republican...

    have a nice day...

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    My question is, is there any way whatsoever that a man could enjoy the same tax benefit?

    I mean, would a wealthy old woman ever give that much to male stripper as a gift? Somehow I doubt it, but maybe I'm just sexist...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wet_suit_one View Post
    My question is, is there any way whatsoever that a man could enjoy the same tax benefit?

    I mean, would a wealthy old woman ever give that much to male stripper as a gift? Somehow I doubt it, but maybe I'm just sexist...
    I am sure that there are a number of gigolos living off of wealthy older woman. There's that gay guy that married Liza Minelli.....and I am sure there are lots of others that receive substantial "gifts."

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