The video game retailer GameStop recently polled over 1,000 tax refund recipients about their tax refunds, and the results could be rated M for Mature.
Thirty percent of the respondents, who ranged in age from 18 to 44, said they would be willing to give up chocolate and candy for a whole year if they could receive double their tax refund. In addition, 20 percent of the respondents said they would be willing to give up their car, while 15.6 percent would be willing to visit their in-laws every weekend.
Meanwhile, 54 percent of the respondents said they would be willing to donate part of their refund to a charity of their choice.
Asked how they would prefer to receive their tax refunds, 44 percent of the respondents indicated they would rather receive their refund in the form of a flight, while 16.5 percent preferred video games.
Only 7 percent of the poll respondents said they have ever lied about what they spent their refund on.
Survey respondents were asked how they would characterize the IRS in terms of video game characters, and the top choices were Grumpy Cat and Pac-Man, tied at 20 percent each.