Politician: Gentlemen, we have to find something new to tax.
Second Official: I understood that.
Third Official: If I might put my head on the chopping block so you can kick it around a bit, sir...
Third Official: Well most things we do for pleasure nowadays are taxed, except one.
Politician: What do you mean?
Third Official: Well, er, smoking's been taxed, drinking's been taxed but not ... thingy.
Politician: Good Lord, you're not suggesting we should tax... thingy?
First Official: Poo-poos?
Third Official: No.
First Official: Thank God for that. Excuse me for a moment. [leaves]
Third Official: No, no, no - thingy.
Second Official: Number ones?
Third Official: No, thingy.
Second Official: Ah, thingy. Well it'll certainly make chartered accountancy a much more interesting job.
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