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“Rebate” is the wrong word to use for it…my mistake…for every donation you make to a government recognized charity, you will have a deduction of 50% of that amount on your income, which is then taxed…it’s under the section 80G…I only have a very basic idea about income tax, my CA does everything.

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I havn’t gone too far–the OED has. Gay did mean happy, cheerful etc. a long time ago. The homosexual connotations (which are non-existent in this phrase) are purely down to the reader. **********************************

Wait, you’re annoyed because they besmirched your patriotism and glory, aren’t you?

Writer… gay is a very distinctive old word. Just because the action is illegal even under beloved Modi, it doesn’t make it wrong. It can just mean gay–and “gay old fellow” in the modern usage is nothing more than, IDK, bumfluff. Stop being so precious and boasting about your skillz and getting jerbz. It’s gay (another subtle meaning).

Yes, I’m an irritating cow.

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Let me be clear: if a man wants to put his “oops-a-daisy” in another man’s “ooh la la” that’s bewteen them, Not court or anything else. Same for women. Gay is a perfectly cronmulent word and I shall continue to use it. Especially for people who oops-a-ooh-la-la about it.

If I wanted to offend, there’s child brides and bus rape and all kinds of stuff that you shy away from. India has plenty of problems. Stop celebrating the people who are a part of them, and your own civic duty of paying them to do this.

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This is just general info in response to the post, but for any reader. If any word is used so that it comes off as a derogatory name-calling of another user, staff or moderator, forum rules come into play and the situation will be dealt with. At the moment, I don’t see anything in “the gaity of nations” that has anything to do with calling a person a name or necessarily even refers to a specific definition of the word. The word gay is not forbidden on the forums in it’s happy sense or otherwise unless it’s used as an insult. Many individuals self-identify as gay (happy or otherwise) so it doesn’t have any automatic status like some words do. I disagree that it’s cronmulent, but that’s also opinion.

It isn’t against the forum rules to call oneself a name, so if @emmaki wishes to call herself an irritating cow, I also see no need to edit that. I have been known to be irritating and gay, so I sympathize. I don’t know many cows well since horses are more my thing, but the cows I have met were very pleasant. I met one irritating cow but really, I started the argument so I’m not sure it was her fault. (Not emmaki, an actual bovine.)

This thread appears to have been useful to one person from an analytical standpoint, but it’s doubtful how much use it has otherwise. I have zero personal understanding of any tax badge claptrap so I also have no opinion on it. Best guess - it sounds like some sort of Olympic tax-paying award for rich people. After review, portions of this thread may be edited. If this thread deteriorates further, though, it can just be removed altogether. Easy solution. Otherwise, carry on.

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Well, this thread certainly isn’t as gay as I thought it was going to be. (Gay meaning happy and delightful).

As a side thread, though, when did the word gay turn gay and why? Was gay always pseudo-slang for slang for two men or women suspected to be in a relationship? Or did society just steadily realize that many gay people are actually gay in terms of always being happy and delighted?

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If governments weren’t corrupt;
If money was used correctly;
If our taxes were put to good use;
If corporations didn’t have more rights than humans;

then paying taxes would be a time of pride and celebrations - the budget day would be an exciting time as ‘we’, as the nation, decided what we spend our money on and how to improve all our lives with it.
Unfortunately, this isn’t the case, that’s why people hate paying taxes…

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But… but… we are the go to place for so many industries! Surely its because Irish people are so great and nothing to do with our low corporate tax and free access to a large market?
I don’t see whats wrong with helping corporations avoid paying billions in tax to other EU states when we get a couple of hundred jobs from them? Not like the EU had ever done anything for us… oh, wait a sec

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