#ThingsIdTax trends on Twitter as Irish users share their big Budget ideas
People who wear socks to bed, baby pictures on Facebook and those who bring their week's shop to the express checkouts - what would you tax if you had the power?
For the day that's in it, Dublin radio station Spin1038 are asking listeners on Twitter to suggest what they would tax if they could.
From the serious ("Pre-election promises, not delivered") to the ridiculous ("badly done fake tan"), the ideas are rolling in.
Maybe Minister Noonan should go for a quick scroll on social media before the big announcement today?
Tacking unrelated quotes onto images of Minions on social media #thingsidtax— Jack Leahy (@Jack_Leahy) October 13, 2015
Pre-election promises, not delivered. #ThingsIdTax— Mick McGuire (@DjMakG) October 13, 2015
#ThingsIdTax Baby pictures on facebook— shane wilde (@ShaneWilde95) October 13, 2015
#thingsidtax texts that say 'K'— Sinéad Loftus (@SineadALoftus) October 13, 2015
People who clap when airplanes land. People who wear socks to bed. People who ask questions as FB statuses instead of Google. #ThingsIdTax— Conor (@srfconor) October 13, 2015
Snapchat stories over 100 seconds long #ThingsIdTax— Karl (@karltims) October 13, 2015
Busking in temple bar and only known how to play champagne supernova #thingsIdTax— Kate (@KateyMatt) October 13, 2015