Top 10 differences between an IRS agent and a vampire? One is a bloodsucking leech that preys on the living, the other is fictional!
What is the difference between an IRS agent and a vampire?
- Once you’re drained dry, the vampire will stop.
- The vampire can be repelled by garlic; nothing stops the IRS
- The vampire is an evil entity, despised by the living, that sleeps in a coffin; the IRS agent sleeps in a bed
- A vampire has to be invited into your home; an IRS agent comes in without a search warrant
- A vampire can siphon the will from a living victim; an IRS agent can siphon everything else
- A vampire can “turn” his victims into a lifeless ghoul like himself; the IRS has government recruiters
- A vampire can change shape into a bat; the IRS agent can say “I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.”
- A vampire is repelled by the Cross; nothing stops an IRS agent
- In the movies, a vampire occasionally shows remorse for his victims
- A vampire has some scruples