No matter what you may think of the health benefits of a paid companion or of an XXX-rated DVD, the New York State’s Tax Appeals Tribunal has made it clear — hookers, pills and porn do not count as tax-deductible medical expenses.
Let me just be totally honest with you and tell you that you do not want to see these photos. We know, of course, that you are going to click over to The Smoking Gun and look at them, but you’d been warned. They are horrible. We’ve included the tamest photo inside.
We love cardboard, hookers, and low rent, so we flipped tits over toes for this DIY lifehack: reduce rents in your neighborhood by installing a bunch of cardboard cutouts of prostitutes. — BEN POPKEN
Mark Perkel likes hookers. Hey, who doesn’t? Other than Paypal, that is.
British Airways pilots said they were too tired to fly from UK to NYC after being kept up all night by prostitutes. They claim they were put up in a hotel used by ladies of the night who made a fearful racket. It was unquiet and the felt unsafe. Some claimed their doors would not lock and pimps kept trying to get in their rooms, so they had to “erect makeshift barricades”