Lunch Porn Hashtag Not Trending As GST Receipt Fever Sweeps Nation

GST receipts

MALAYSIA:  Today lovers of ‘lunch porn’ felt burdened by the GST simply because delicious meals were no longer featuring on their Facebook streams.

“Siti used to love sharing assam laksa pictures, pasta carbonara or some nasi kandar on Facebook,” lamented a friend, “now she instagrams her GST receipts like I’m her farking accountant!”

“Well the Prime Minister didn’t mince words last week,” said a taxpayer, “GST is for the good of the nation and people need to wake up and realise his private planes aren’t going to pay for themselves!”

 

The Finance Minister confused shoppers yesterday by stocking up on taxable items after the GST was implemented.
Finance Ministry officials confused shoppers yesterday by stockpiling taxable items after the GST was implemented.
Some journalists have been slammed for spending time in lockup to avoid paying the GST but police have reassured Malaysians they would have been locked up even if there wasn't a new tax.
Some irresponsible journalists have been slammed for spending time in lockup to avoid paying GST but police have reassured Malaysians they would have been detained even if there wasn’t a new tax.
Critics of the GST say more tax funds should go towards development instead of running such a bloated public service.  A working panel of 500 officials from the 60,000 strong Prime Minister’s Office is currently investigating the matter.
Critics of the GST say more tax funds should go towards Malaysia’s development instead of running such a bloated public service.  A working committee of 500 members of the 60,000 strong Prime Minister’s Office will carefully investigate the matter.
The Prime Minister has promised to go on numerous overseas trips to study other countries and learn how to cut back on wasteful spending.
The Prime Minister has scheduled numerous overseas trips in 2015 to study other countries and learn ways to cut back on wasteful public spending.

 

If Malaysian’s are short of cash instead of cutting expenses, the government suggests tabling your own RM2.22bil supplementary budget like they did last week.  You will have more money to spend wisely in no time!
If Malaysian’s are short of cash, instead of reducing expenses, the government suggests tabling your own RM2.22bil supplementary budget like they did in parliament last week.  You will have more cash to spend in no time!

 

“Most countries have GST and it is in principal fair,” said a Treasury Expert, “but this is the first time it has been used to provide urgently needed revenue to a squandering government struggling with failed business enterprises, indebted wealth funds, unpaid soft loans and over budget development projects.”

“The important thing to remember is GST is not a bailout. It’s the rakyat providing RM20bil ‘standby credit’ to the government!”

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