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These Are The Most Bizarre Things That Have Ever Been Taxed (11 pics)

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Did you know that during the time of the Roman Empire there was actually a tax on urine? Now you know.

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№1 Author: Aindy (20 Apr 2015 09:58) Total user comments: 2863


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6 - We have more or less the same thing in ireland, called a 'television licence'. It needs to be renewed annually. There is no difference between types of televisions. If you dont have a tv, you still need a 'radio licence' (included in the tv licence). And if you dont have a tv, the goverment officials will drop by your house from time to time to search your house and see if you do have a tv.

Im pretty sure its the same thing in the UK, but there the revenue from the licences pays for the BBC, meaning since they get their funding that way, there are no adverts on the channel (other than for other BBC shows).
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№2 Author: kryptor (20 Apr 2015 10:20) Total user comments: 4823


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#7 ... The ammonia derived from urine did indeed have value. Not a lot mind you.
Peasant families would collect their urine in a pot which would then be taken into
a market and sold or traded. Some families would depend on their urine for their
very survival. The truly unfortunates were those who "Didn't have a pot to piss in".
Which is where that saying comes from.
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№3 Author: MWarrior (21 Apr 2015 14:58) Total user comments: 1024


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Man, the Brits are gonna flip their bowlers once the color TV craze catches on over there.
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