Being an adult is hard.
Okay, so this probably does happen to too many people, but we’re hearing that at least ten individuals tried to file their taxes at a cartoon-ish log cabin “post office” in Indio, Cali. over the weekend…
Apparently, some forgetful festival-goers tried to get the cutely named post card shop to deliver their forms last minute, but since Coachella obviously doesn’t have a fully-running post office, they were turned away.
But not before giving shopkeeper Megan Hampton some lip — she says the procrastinators thought the shop was an actual USPS location and were confused why she wouldn’t take their taxes, saying:
“No, I can’t ‘just take it.’ How do they have their taxes here? I don’t know.”
While the “post office” does mail the Coachella post cards it sells, it’s not a legal operation by any means, which means Megan could not legally take other people’s tax forms.
Hopefully the music fans were able to get their paperwork in on Monday, because no one wants to be audited… especially when you may or may not have used your form I-9 as rolling paper. LOLz!!!
Did U survive Coachella and/or Tax Day this week??
[Image via OC Register/Twitter.]