Just in case you haven't gotten with the program yet (Cough, cough, millennials), it's tax season. While it's no secret that most Americans would rather avoid paying Uncle Sam his dues, a study of 1,000 Americans by Offers.com revealed just how far some people would go to avoid April's most infamous chore. 

From buzzing off their hair to sharing the more embarrassing aspects of their search histories with a significant other, it's clear that there is no love lost with the IRS. 

What would you rather do that pay your taxes? Tweet us @TheStreet. 

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