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22nd Nov '15 11:03:16 AM nombretomado
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* Subverted in ''FoxTrot'', where Peter mentions how much of his pay was cut when he received his first paycheck from his summer job at the movie theater, and Roger says "Welcome to the world of taxes." Peter then reveals that he wasn't referring to taxes, but to the price of all the theater snacks he helped himself to.

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* Subverted in ''FoxTrot'', ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'', where Peter mentions how much of his pay was cut when he received his first paycheck from his summer job at the movie theater, and Roger says "Welcome to the world of taxes." Peter then reveals that he wasn't referring to taxes, but to the price of all the theater snacks he helped himself to.
20th Apr '15 7:57:35 PM jormis29
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20th Apr '15 4:53:15 PM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Happens to Miss Brooks in ''Easter Outfit''. Miss Brooks finds the $50.00 she earned working at the board of education during spring break to be considerably eroded by tax deductions.
8th Apr '14 10:30:54 PM MetaFour
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* Subverted in ''FoxTrot'', where Peter, when he mentions how much of his pay was cut when he received his first paycheck of his Summer Job, and Roger says "Welcome to the world of taxes," Peter reveals that not only was he not referring to Tax Deductions, but they actually pale in comparison to what he was talking about, which was deductions made from his eating while working the Snack Bar.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' seems to be very well aware of this trope, as when they have to give a new worker their first paycheck (a person who previously got paid in full for her jobs), He and Wally donned earmuffs to block out her screams of anguish when she learns about the amount that was deducted. It didn't save their coffee, though.

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* Subverted in ''FoxTrot'', where Peter, when he Peter mentions how much of his pay was cut when he received his first paycheck of from his Summer Job, summer job at the movie theater, and Roger says "Welcome to the world of taxes," taxes." Peter then reveals that not only was he not wasn't referring to Tax Deductions, taxes, but they actually pale in comparison to what he was talking about, which was deductions made from his eating while working the Snack Bar.
price of all the theater snacks he helped himself to.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' seems to be ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'': Dilbert and Wally are very well aware of this trope, as when trope. When they have to give a new worker their first paycheck (a person who previously got paid in full for her jobs), He and Wally they donned earmuffs to block out her screams of anguish when she learns about the amount that saw how much was deducted. It didn't save their coffee, though.



* In ''8 Simple Rules'', an episode focuses on Bridget getting her first job. When she recieves her paycheck, the check is blank and she owes the store she works for money because she bought so many clothes and "forgot about tax".

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* In ''8 Simple Rules'', an episode focuses on Bridget getting her first job. When she recieves receives her paycheck, the check is blank and she owes the store she works for money because she bought so many clothes and "forgot about tax".
29th Mar '13 8:47:15 AM LoperDoper
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* In ''{{8 Simple Rules}}'', an episode focuses on Bridget getting her first job. When she recieves her paycheck, the check is blank and she owes the store she works for money because she bought so many clothes and "forgot about tax".

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* In ''{{8 ''8 Simple Rules}}'', Rules'', an episode focuses on Bridget getting her first job. When she recieves her paycheck, the check is blank and she owes the store she works for money because she bought so many clothes and "forgot about tax".
29th Mar '13 8:45:16 AM LoperDoper
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* In ''{{8 Simple Rules}}'', an episode focuses on Bridget getting her first job. When she recieves her paycheck, the check is blank and she owes the store she works for money because she bought so many clothes and "forgot about tax".
3rd Jan '13 11:57:49 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Dilbert}}'' seems to be very well aware of this trope, as when they have to give a new worker their first paycheck (a person who previously got paid in full for her jobs), He and Wally donned earmuffs to block out her screams of anguish when she learns about the amount that was deducted. It didn't save their coffee, though.

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* ''{{Dilbert}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' seems to be very well aware of this trope, as when they have to give a new worker their first paycheck (a person who previously got paid in full for her jobs), He and Wally donned earmuffs to block out her screams of anguish when she learns about the amount that was deducted. It didn't save their coffee, though.
23rd Oct '11 5:22:10 AM TonyG
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* Subverted in FoxTrot, where Peter, when he mentions how much of his pay was cut when he received his first paycheck of his Summer Job, and Roger says "Welcome to the world of taxes," Peter reveals that not only was he not referring to Tax Deductions, but they actually pale in comparison to what he was talking about, which was deductions made from his eating while working the Snack Bar.
* Dilbert seems to be very well aware of this trope, as when they have to give a new worker their first paycheck (a person who previously got paid in full for her jobs), He and Wally donned earmuffs to block out her screams of anguish when she learns about the amount that was deducted. It didn't save their coffee, though.

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* Subverted in FoxTrot, ''FoxTrot'', where Peter, when he mentions how much of his pay was cut when he received his first paycheck of his Summer Job, and Roger says "Welcome to the world of taxes," Peter reveals that not only was he not referring to Tax Deductions, but they actually pale in comparison to what he was talking about, which was deductions made from his eating while working the Snack Bar.
* Dilbert ''{{Dilbert}}'' seems to be very well aware of this trope, as when they have to give a new worker their first paycheck (a person who previously got paid in full for her jobs), He and Wally donned earmuffs to block out her screams of anguish when she learns about the amount that was deducted. It didn't save their coffee, though.though.
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* ''{{Friends}}'': "Who is Fica and why is she getting all my money?"
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23rd Oct '11 3:52:42 AM EJO1
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