Fear « Shoot Me Now

Shoot Me NowFear

Published on Thursday, April 12, 2012 by

I’ve made it to day 12 in the amazing (ly hard) photo challenge!  Today’s theme?   Fear.

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  • Oh man. That IS frightening.

  • There is hardly anything as frightening as tax demands, or the fear that due to some fault of THEIRS it turns out you owe more. A few times I’ve got a cheque in the post for something silly like £7, and I’m sure the admin costs were more than that alone. Due to the waste of tax-payers money of course I should be asking for more to make it worthwhile.

  • We owed money this year, but not that much…thank God. So I empathize…somewhat.

  •  Ouch!  That is very fear inducing!

  • I just threw up a little bit because taxes make me ill. 

  • Scary – we still don’t know how much we will owe – I say that because then if we get a refund, I’ll feel that much better. 

  • Taxes  = NIGHTMARE!!

  • I wish that’s all we had to pay. Sigh.

    Have a terrific day.  🙂

  • Thanks for reminding me. I owe so much the province of Quebec wants me to pay in instalments. And they wanted the first instalment a month before I’m due to file my taxes. What the heck’s up with that?

  • Okay, forget monsters under the bed, THIS is scary…

  • I no longer fear such evils, for I live in a country without income taxes.  Our power bills and gas prices on the other hand …


  • UGH!!! I once seriously considered stripping because I owed a thousand in taxes… and I only made 18000 that year.  I found another (legal) way – but … I was younger and skinnier.

  • Oh. That is scary. Please tell me it’s not real!

  • dogearedcopy

    Oh gah! I hate that feeling in the pit of your stomach when you see a bill *that you just can’t afford to pay!* It either induces panic, or galvanizes me into some sort of action. It’s that moment, the moment of fear that pretty much forces me to take a deep breath and take stock of myself: Am I smart enough to find the resources to pay for this? Am I corrupt enough to weasel my way out of it? etc. Usually, I find out that the fear was larger than the actual problem 🙂

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