Paul L. Caron

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Tax Playa Gets His Groove Back After April 15

David Huang (In Loco Veritas) follows up on his hilarious (albeit off-color) story, The Tax Man Always Rings Twice, with Attack of the H&R Bloch-Head.  Here is the opening:

The last four months of corporate, partnership and high net-worth individual tax returns has wreaked havoc on my playa activities. And two Fridays ago, it was high time for David to get his groove back.

After work, I stopped off at a local watering hole that was conveniently located right across the street from a Post Office that was open all night for the last-minute filers. I figured that this would be a target rich environment for my legendary pick-up line: “Your tax shelter or mine?” I wasn’t wrong. After spending an average of 26.5 hours completing their returns, the honeys were primed for a little no-strings-attached loving and I was just the single filer to give it to them.

Shortly after I arrived at the bar, Mrs. Right Now walked into the bar. This chick was built like a brick REIT and had a face to match. I decided right then and there that she was going to be tonight’s lucky recipient of the famous Huang early withdrawal with no penalties … if you know what I mean.

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