Lori St. Kitts of Seattle, Washington is a dominatrix. She's also an accountant. And no, we're not sure what college offers that as a double major. (--I'd go with Florida State.)

Because of her background, she advises a lot of people in the adult industries on their taxes. And here, on Tax Day, we've got some info from her on write-offs for phone sex operators and strippers.

First, here are three ridiculous things that phone sex operators can write off . . .

#1.) YOGURT. Because it makes a great squishy sound effect.

#2.) LOLLIPOPS. (--Careful!) For the sounds phone operators can make while sucking on them.

#3.) WHOOPEE CUSHIONS. Because, over the phone, they make, quote, "realistic sex noises."

Now . . . on to strippers. According to Lori, they can write off their breast implants, but there's a catch.

Quote, "Anything larger than 800 ccs of silicone is considered a 'working breast', much too large for everyday wear. Anything smaller would probably fall under what is referred to as the 'housewife rule', as they would be everyday boobs."

It takes roughly 200 ccs to go up one cup size. So a stripper would have to go up at least four cup sizes to be eligible for write-offs.

Original story - David Moye, Aol News