• inkskinned:
it always really bothered me when wait staff ignored me my friends just
because we were young bc we are all really respectful people but the
assumption was that we wouldn't tip
anyway so fast fowards to when i became
a waitress and one day this
group of scrubbyass kids came in and i had
8 other tables with other people
to look to but i overheard that one kid wanted a milkshake but he couldn't
afford it and the other kids offered to pay but he was like "nonono it's fine"
and i looked over and he just looked real run down and sad and stuff
later it just so happened that our kitchen had a mixup so we had an extra
shake and since it would just be dumped otherwise, i snuck it out to their
table and gave it to him for free
and his friends were so fucking impressed by this they pooled every fucking
cent they had i got a $50 tip and later his friend's mom came in and said "i
heard what you did for that boy" and gave me another 20 and offered me a
better job working with her
and meanwhile at my other table a rich white guy I was serving complained
be he didn't want to pay the 15% tip on a $8.90 bill and when his wife said
"she's been a good waitress, though," he said, "but just plain good isn't
worth 15%"
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    • Ok i hate that restraunts force u to tip or some poor girl cant pay her bills if everyone as a collective stopped tipping theyd have to pay minimum wage
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    • Why does it matter if he was white
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    • Tips: cool, should be optional and a compliment, not mandatory and seen as courtesy.
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    • 15% of $8.90 Is $1.34
      Wanton 20 jan
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    • Tipping is a scam but unfortunately we’re in too deep. If we stop tipping, waitstaff make almost nothing. If you wanna bitch about tipping, start trying to raise waitstaff minimum wage or eat at home.
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    • Tipping is insane, companies just choosing not to shellout cash to thier employee
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    • No guys its true, I was the milkshake
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    • They could pool $50 for a tip but not loan their friend, that goes out to eat with no money, $4 for a milkshake?!? Seems legit
      Mykill69 20 jan
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    • If you can’t afford to tip, don’t go out to eat!!!
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    • Frank Sinatra had the rule of thumb that once you’ve “made it” never tip below a certain amount, even if it’s way more than 15-20%
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    • When I was back in high school on a club trip, all the students ate together. We tipped 40% because it was a big group, probably $100 just on tip. Waitress took it then told our chaperones we didn’t tip, the apologizes and paid another $60.
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    • Why do people use tipping as a way to pummel their wait staff and make them feel like shit for getting you your food? If you can’t afford a 20% tip every time, cook your fucking self
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    • I was a server in high school, and later got an MBA. I agree with the rich kid. It’s not right for the employer to push labor costs unto the customer in the form of an expected tip.
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    • Good service IS worth 15% though. The bare minimum is worth 10%. Great service is worth 20% or more. Only terrible service is worth 0%.
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    • There was a waitress at a bar we would drink at that wouldn't wait on you if you opened a tab with a card. One night during a big B-day party we got the same girl, I opened a tab and never saw her again. I called this other girl and asked her to be our server, "I can't this isn't my section " 2
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    • Then Obama came in and everyone clapped
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    • I've had a similar experience to this. It was slow where I was working, and I usually take more time to connect with tables during these times. Had a table of all middle schoolers, had a great time chatting with them over some bullshit. They tipped extremely well, even went back to explain "normal"
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    • It's sad to me that being a server here in Utah is 2.30 an hour then tips. I'm a waitress at a resort so I get paid 7.25 an hour plus any tips that I make, my general manager has ranted several times over that we are not his slaves and that he's going to pay us the minimum given to everyone else not
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    • I hate it when people assume I’ll tip bad just because I’m 18. My sister works at a restaurant and always seats me with different people. First time was one of the people she always talks to on shift and he treated me like a normal person. The second person ignored me for a good twenty minutes
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    • I know it sounds heartless but that's why the rich guy was rich and the poor kids were poor. The stingier and more selfish you are, the less likely you are to spend money and the more you build up.
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    • I saved a kid being bullied and his mother ended up hiring me. Turns out she was the manager at Sears and that was my first over the table job
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    • Or the opposite. People often don’t tip me even though I’m usually by myself and have managed for two years. I look younger than I am and the older people are usually shocked when I can create coherent conversation and make them great food. But they still don’t really tip. Just because I’m 23 (pt 1)
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    • It’s true I was one of the kids at the tables $10 dollar bills added to the tip
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    • One time my friend and I went to red lobster after work it was really late we went in like an hour before closing and they didn't have any more biscuits left so our waitress had the kitchen make a fresh batch and gave us extra, we gave her like 50% tip
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    • Guys it was true, I was the promotional ad on the 8.90 receipt
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    • I really wish everyone would work in a restaurant once to understand. Don’t hit me with that “get a real job” bullshit either because when you’re a full time student I’d love to see you get a real job.
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    • You know tipping is a scam when the consequences of not tipping is spit in your food
      samoraut 21 jan
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    • Almost a good fake story, but should have said the tip was $10
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    • I don't care if it's true or not it's cute
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    • To Everyone saying that tipping shouldn't be mandatory, it's not. At most corporate places if the waiters/waitresses don't make minimum wage from the tips they got then the restaurant has to pay them the compensation to make up for it. It's just that the tips might give the......
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    • And then everyone clapped
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    • I was out with the boys last year (we were juniors in high school) and our waiter brought us 2 extra poetizers by accident, so we tipped him the rest of our money. Ended up being like 50 bucks. Diego if you’re out there you’re a legend
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    • When I do my expenses for work travel, we only get reimbursed for tipping 15%, which I can understand. But I always tip more because I just do. After like 10 expense reports the CFO himself came to my desk mad as hell on why I kept over tipping angrily asking why do you keep doing this .....
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    • On my last day in Singapore yesterday, I tipped the cab driver almost double what the fare was. I think it made his day. Very nice fellow.
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    • I worked at Sonic as a carhop and usually made 15-20$/hr in tips. It was a decent enough job. My best tips usually came from blue collar workers. My best tip was 100$ 30 minutes after close from a surgeon. I split that with the other 2 workers there.
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    • Old people are the ones who don’t tip. If you tip me 15 percent I’m chilling, just don’t camp the fucking table. I need to flip it lol
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    • lilreturd 20 jan
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    • Plain good is worth 15%. That's the expextatj o.k n for asking your job. You could've spared the $1.34.
      Red111 20 jan
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    • Dont care if it's TRUE or not, like the TC said, it's cute and I enjoyed it.
      HuffleMac 20 jan
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    • Shitty service gets a 0% tip. However, if you plan on being a regular with a schedule, tip well on your first 3 or so visits. Your service will be much better and the waitstaff will basically fight over your table /shift that you arrive knowing you'll be there
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    • The point of this post is that your assumptions of people can often lead you to miss out on real opportunities so you should always treat everyone like an equal and maybe try to be nice when you can. And literally none of you fucking got that, most of you are talking about tipping and then we have
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    • People will expect you to sacrifice your firstborn for a tip
      _000 20 jan
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    • Nice PFP
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    • No guys it’s true, I was the mom
      Belgaurd 20 jan
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    • Doubt
      OiPossum 20 jan
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    • TL:DR
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    • It's true, my mom beats me
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    • Sadly, most people I've served think that compliments replace tips, or don't believe in tips. The worst kind are the people who run you ragged, don't complain about a thing, and then stiff you. Of course restaurants should pay better instead of tipping, but sadly most places would make it near (1/2)
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    • I find that most people well off don't tip while those like me, who is definitely not even middle class, always tip at least 20%, more if u r good at ur job
      EScarlet 20 jan
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    • No guys it's true, I was white
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    • The guy was bitching about 15%? I would've given 20%, even if she didn't do for me what she did for the table of kids.
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    • This is true I was the bill
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    • There's no way in hell the last part happened
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    • This is true, I was the rich asshole
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    • This is true I was the milkshake
      Thillski 20 jan
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      Penelope 20 jan
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    • The worst part about being this early is that there are no funny comments yet. I often like those more than the actual posts
      FT2nd 20 jan
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    • Nice bullshit story retard
      breep 20 jan
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    • Im a server and where the fuck is my miracle story.
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    • Tip what you want don’t feel obligated to tip anything
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    • Every show our directors give us steak and shake cards so all of us techs and set crew members go out on the second night of show. Tipping those waitresses is my favorite. We all pool together whatever we all feel like giving and when we give it to the server their face just lights up. It feels...
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    • Funny this kinda happened to my friends and I. It was after homecoming and my friend wanted something to eat but didn’t have enough money. So all of us pitched in and got her a meal but she still ordered the cheapest thing she could even though we told her not to. 1/?
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    • Ive waited tables.. if youre good, ill tip good. If you're great, ill hook you up.
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    • Why did he have to be white?
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    • I work w/o tips and I’ve been handed so many tips under the table by people like the boys
      pasttense 20 jan
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    • I mean. I have a lot of people who dont tip. Ever. And its usually teenagers or russian customers. But the best part is when everyone assumes it's a specific race or group that dosent tip. It's just people not wanting to tip. And I'd you work for tips. You should learn to not expect it because cont.
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    • Like this top comment or yo mommas gay
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    • 1.34 is 15 percent. No way.
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    • I don’t want to read that what did it say?
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    • It's true I was the shake
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    • Knew the punchline after reading the first sentence. Just STFU. Nobody gives a fuck for your delusions.
      Khemmis 20 jan
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    • Why mention the color of his skin? Good, make him a jew next time, it would be more accurate.
      ECHO5ECHO 23 jan
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    • My wife doesn’t like to tip so I hate going to restaurants with her
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    • Good is 15, great is 20, mediocre is 10. 0 is for the really bad and more than 20 is if you're feeling generous
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    • Tipping is fucking stupid. Why do I have to pay your salary because your employer doesn't want to
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    • I never have, never will, ever understand percantage based tipping. 2 dollars or less for poor service, 4 for good service, 5 for exceptional service. Easy, simple, done.
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    • Plain good IS worth 15%
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    • Well, maybe don’t get a job that relies on people’s generosity
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    • Idk I just leave a $5 on the table anyways. I dont eat anywhere fancy
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    • How do you know the guy was rich?
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    • I did not know the whole stigma behind tipping and not tipping. Growing up my dad would almost never tip because where he grew up you just didnt tip, there were basically no restaurants near him since he lived in a tiny town. I only just recently realized what not tipping meant to people.
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    • I don't tip because my bill is usually $40-$50. I'm not adding another $10-$20 on top.
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    • hahaha yes white men are always terrible
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    • So rather than let his friends buy him a milkshake.....he let his friends tip $50 on his behalf? Also I work as a bartender and I've only ever gotten stiffed by younger kids.
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    • I fucking doubt it.
      _Grug 23 jan
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    • At my job our tips go into our paychecks, and get taxed, which kinda defeats the purpose of tips
      Kufmen 23 jan
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    • My dad taught me to pay 20% min, unless my bill is under $25, then it is $5 minimum.
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    • Why did you have to tell us the rich guy was white?
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    • Tipping is bs. I pay for my food and your boss pays you. Thats how it works.
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    • Hope y’all realize that if tipping stops, prices go up to compensate and you end up paying the same amount
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    • Tips were started by gangsters as a way to get better service. Restaurants have since then adapted it to give waitstaff incentive to be better servers, but tbh youre a better server when you dont have to rely on the kindness of others.
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    • Fake or not, I got the feels.
      Uygf 23 jan
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    • Waitresses make more than people think, theyre not rich but theyre not as hard off as people say. Unless they do a terrible job
      mossyoak2 23 jan
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    • Its true, i was the table
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    • People who expect waiters to put on a whole show for them just to tip 15% r fucking idiots.
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    • Tips really are a scam though. Because there really isnt much reason to tip most of the time because people really are just doing their jobs, and that's it, and theres no reason to pay them extra for what they're already being paid to do. Tips are pointless, just pay your staff normal wages
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    • Too long didnt read
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    • My wife and I always tip 15%, inless we can't afford it.
      Noronen 23 jan
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    • I don’t tip when I order carry out at hungry howies cause they don’t deliver to my house (which is only about 20 maybe 25 mins away) should I? I’d feel bad if I should tip them but I don’t
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    • Refer to Reservoir Dogs for my views on tipping.
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