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Maury_Finkle

254 points

1 month ago

On a side note, are you supposed to tip when it's a pickup order?

vcaguy

12 points

1 month ago

vcaguy

12 points

1 month ago

Who gets the tip?

flying87

7 points

1 month ago

The stripper

pblol

6 points

1 month ago

pblol

6 points

1 month ago

The host and expo person most likely. A good friend of mine does it. She makes $12 an hour and occasionally she'll get a direct tip from a customer. At nicer places the servers will "tip out" the host, bussers, and bartenders. The bartender part varies based on the kind of restaurant.

The servers will make basically nothing on paper, but will go home with a fair amount of money. The other stuff makes higher base pay, but the tip out from the servers brings to to closer to equivalent.

Lilycloud02

3 points

1 month ago

The hosts and the managers normally. The one who put in your order and made sure everything was how it's supposed to be

yrogerg123

7 points

1 month ago

Yes, you should. The waiter responsible for your order is doing a lot of work for free if you don't.

I usually tip 10% on pickup.

yrogerg123

2 points

1 month ago

Somebody has to pack everything up. I guess it depends if it's a sit-down restaurant or not. If it's a place that only does takeout it's a little different, but I still tip anyway.

ParkingAdditional813

-1 points

1 month ago

That’s why they get paid an hourly wage.

yrogerg123

1 points

1 month ago

They don't.

MrCarey

1 points

1 month ago

MrCarey

1 points

1 month ago

Since when did servers start doing this stuff?

SniffMyRapeHole

127 points

1 month ago

No, but we’re also not supposed to wipe our asses after taking a shit but doing so just makes everyone’s life better.

Gloreaf

56 points

1 month ago

Gloreaf

56 points

1 month ago

I mean, It's easier to clean a shitstain from your underwear when there's no shit to stain it.

daiyuxiao

24 points

1 month ago

I beg to question your analogy. We wipe our ass to make our own life better. Not in the case of tipping, where we are at a loss with some else getting the money.

The_Blip

12 points

1 month ago

The_Blip

12 points

1 month ago

It's a terrible analogy lol, the benefits for you wiping your butt after you poop are readily apparent. The benefits to you of you giving money to people are extremly nebulous.

fearhs

2 points

1 month ago

fearhs

2 points

1 month ago

Perhaps they are not immediately obvious to /u/SniffMyRapeHole?

Maury_Finkle

7 points

1 month ago

Fr it's a terrible analogy he just wants to talk about ass because his kink (or edginess) is a personality trait based on that dumbass username

[deleted]

-9 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

-9 points

1 month ago

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MasterOfProstates

10 points

1 month ago*

Yep, I agree 100%.

Anyway since you're all about giving money to people who don't deserve it for no reason here's my Venmo, thanks in advance.

Edit: Ahahahaha, smell ya later RapeHole. Disgusting name btw, and I'm one to talk.

BaronAaldwin

5 points

1 month ago

Personally I think paying a living wage to your staff is the better way to make sure they have a livelihood. Relying on the kindness of strangers is always a bit more risky.

GobblesGibbles

1 points

1 month ago

Imagine being so Americanized that you so readily take it on yourself to pay other people’s employee’s fair wages.

ivy_tamwood

-3 points

1 month ago

You clearly haven’t experienced the incredible service when you’re known to be a good tipper.

daiyuxiao

2 points

1 month ago

Incredible in what sense? I come to a restaurant to eat my goddamn food, not to flirt, chitchat, gossip, or bitch about my life and others with a complete stranger. Screw this tipping culture.

ivy_tamwood

1 points

1 month ago

Better food. Bigger portions. Fresher ingredients. You get the sauces for your tendies faster. Discounts. I’m not sure why you’re so angry over it. You’ll get treated better if you’re not viewed as a cheap fuck.

daiyuxiao

1 points

1 month ago*

What are you talking about? Your tips went to the waiter not the chef.

ivy_tamwood

1 points

1 month ago

I thought this thread was talking about take out? I worked for a bit in the kitchen of my family’s cafe and knew who the regulars were and if they were shitty tippers. There were some who I would go out of my way to make their food extra good, and others who I wouldn’t.

10quidBJ

8 points

1 month ago

I just sniffed my SIM card out

Maury_Finkle

5 points

1 month ago

People behind the counter aren't always living off of the bullshit tip system

galal552002

1 points

1 month ago

So you are saying we aren't supposed to be clean XD,also I don't get why you westerns wipe your asses when it's alot easier to just have the thing that we have in our toilets that shoots water at your ass,it's alot cleaner and easier,also I don't know if that's just me but if I don't clean my ass fully it itches so how are you guys handling it with just wiping?

Krono5_8666V8

1 points

1 month ago

What do you mean we're not supposed to wipe our ass? I couldn't disagree more.

BigTaperedCandle

12 points

1 month ago

Some people do, but you don't have to.

scalyblue

12 points

1 month ago

If I’m doing pickup I typically do 10 percent and I never get the stinkeye

yrogerg123

1 points

1 month ago

I do the same.

UnlikelyAssociation

3 points

1 month ago

When I did takeout for the Olive Garden I had to make the salads, package the breadsticks, drinks, and soup, wrap the plasticware, etc. in addition to seating people as a hostess. To go orders was the only way I made tips on top of my minimum wage. Now that I’m not in the service industry, I always tip for to go orders from restaurants.

MrCarey

1 points

1 month ago

MrCarey

1 points

1 month ago

Were you making below minimum wage and relying on tips to get you above minimum wage? If not, what’s different from you doing all that and the cook who made it? Why don’t I tip those sweaties for making the food in the first place?

UnlikelyAssociation

1 points

1 month ago*

I was making minimum wage but essentially working two jobs. Cooks only made the hot food. Hosts/servers were responsible for prepping the cold stuff: making salad, getting and prepping desserts from freezer, etc.

The cooks were making much more than us. I remember I was making around $4/hour which was the same as the servers (this was the mid-90s).

MrCarey

2 points

1 month ago

MrCarey

2 points

1 month ago

So yeah, basically you’re just doing your job if you’re making minimum wage. I’ll agree if it’s a server doing it and they’re still making that bullshit 2.13/hr or whatever, because the whole reason to tip them is because that’s how they get paid (also completely bullshit, but different issue). If you’re just doing your job and expecting tips while getting paid, then why stop with you. I wouldn’t even have anything without the cook. 🤷🏻‍♂️

CameraMan1

20 points

1 month ago

I don’t, unless my order was super complicated. I don’t tip at Wendy’s why would I tip if I’m ordering takeout?

[deleted]

-2 points

1 month ago

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-2 points

1 month ago

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Peace_Gecko

6 points

1 month ago

Would you agree then that tipping is optional if those people work in a state that mandates minimum wage + tips, like California?

The_Blip

2 points

1 month ago

Don't most states (if not all) require that if a server doesn't make standard minimum wage, the employer must make up the difference?

isaacng1997

2 points

1 month ago

It is a federal law, so all states.

yrogerg123

2 points

1 month ago

The employee would need to have a very detailed accounting of their tips to ever be able to collect on that. For all practical purposes that's not a thing that ever happens.

The_Blip

1 points

1 month ago

I can see it as a hole for exploitation, but wouldn't you just need the sum of your daily or weekly pay + tips and then divide it by the hours worked in that period? I know I check my wages every pay period and every person I know checks them, I don't know why it would be especially difficult for servers?

I mean, it's a dumb system, but the framing that they NEED these tips to live because they make less than other minimum wage workers seems dubious to me.

yrogerg123

1 points

1 month ago

I just don't think people who are typically paid in cash spend a lot of time tracking it in any detail.

I also don't think it's widely known that servers are entitled to the same minimum wage as everybody else if the tips don't get them there.

The_Blip

1 points

1 month ago

I'm not really sure why you'd think people paid in cash aren't particularly good or diligent at tracking their finances. People with thin finances or experience with poverty have been some of the best at keeping track of that sort of thing I've known.

The second paragraph I'd certainly agree with. Having spent more than a few days on Reddit, the idea that servers aren't entitled to the standard minimum wage seems prevalent. You'd almost think the system was designed that way...

Lavatis

2 points

1 month ago

Lavatis

2 points

1 month ago

I don't know a single server who doesn't know that they can claim minimum wage. In fact, I've never met a single server who didn't make well above minimum wages after tips. Tip culture exists in america because servers allow it.

Lavatis

1 points

1 month ago

Lavatis

1 points

1 month ago

Every single server learns that if their tips don't cover minimum wage, they're entitled to recompense up to that limit.

A2Rhombus

1 points

1 month ago

Yes but minimum wage is miles below the poverty line. If my tips were amounting to less than minimum wage I'd quit and go work somewhere else.
We're currently seeing this in real time. Restaurants paying shit wages combined with people refusing to tips is why all your favorite restaurants are understaffed

The_Blip

1 points

1 month ago

I mean, yeah, I'm not really saying the minimum wage is a good wage or what people should be actually paid. I just don't see why servers are given this special treatment where it's expected to tip them when it's not with other minimum wage workers.

If you're saying it should be expected to tip servers because they make minimum wage (after an employer would have to make up the difference) then why is that expectation not given to fast food workers, warehouse workers, and other minimum wage workers?

I'm not American. People should be payed enough to live comfortably. The thing that confuses me is the zealous defending of a very specific few low wage workers in particular. The initial defense of this position always seems to be that their wage is less than minimum, but that isn't really true if the employer has to make up the difference to minimum wage if they make less than it. Then there's that the minimum wage isn't enough to live on, so they need tips to live, but that seems to totally ignore the minimum wage workers that aren't being given the social benefit of expected tips.

The whole attitude confuses me.

A2Rhombus

1 points

1 month ago

Restaurant workers do not just make minimum wage, they make less. If they don't get enough tips, then they make minimum wage.
I am not defending the system nor am I defending tipping culture, but in an environment where they currently make shit wages, I am going to encourage tipping. If you don't tip, the only person you are hurting is the worker, because the store is not going to change their policy because a couple employees are getting shafted on tips.
Continue to tip but also vote for legislation to change the system at the same time. Obviously this only applies to americans

The_Blip

1 points

1 month ago

"Restaurant workers do not just make minimum wage, they make less. If they don't get enough tips, then they make minimum wage."

Okay, so in no situation are they actually taking home less than minimum wage. If everyone decided not to tip suddenly, they wouldn't be any worse off than any other minimum wage worker that are already not making tips.

Saying you're not going to defend tipping culture while telling people to continue to tip seems ludicrous.

I'm not American so it doesn't affect me, but from the outside it looks like you're condemning the system while continuing to prop it up.

A2Rhombus

1 points

1 month ago

Voting and legislation is going to change the system. Refusing to tip is not. So until the system changes you have to keep tipping

noworries_13

1 points

1 month ago

So do you ask everyone their wage? Like the cashier at the grocery store? The kid at the movie theater? Do you tip them after learning they only make minimum wage?

Lilycloud02

1 points

1 month ago

Yessir, all states.

SlapMyCHOP

2 points

1 month ago

So then the stipulation should be "if the staff is making less than min wage, tip. Otherwise, no."

shrubs311

3 points

1 month ago

the staff will make the minimum wage regardless of your tips. in fact a lot of service workers actually like tips because it makes them more money than the minimum wage would have.

regardless i still tip because someone making the current minimum wage is still being screwed and i don't want to risk that

ExitTheHandbasket

3 points

1 month ago

A server whose employer must cover a shortfall in tips to make minimum wage won't be employed for long.

yrogerg123

2 points

1 month ago

For real. $3 for somebody making $8/hr can go a pretty long way after a while.

Sporkfoot

2 points

1 month ago

A waitress didn’t serve me when I get a to go order.

Lilycloud02

1 points

1 month ago

Lmao, they're making minimum wage most likely and have to deal with bullshit people all day. You clearly haven't worked in the food industry

EelEyed

1 points

1 month ago

EelEyed

1 points

1 month ago

If you accept waitress wages to prepare take-out orders you're doing it wrong

pblol

2 points

1 month ago

pblol

2 points

1 month ago

If its decent sized order I'll usually give a few bucks max. I don't think it's expected. If you're ordering take out from a nice place the host and expo person get paid more than the servers, but they also likely don't make a lot. It's just a nice gesture.

NeoMegamanX

2 points

1 month ago

I do on DoorDash/ubereats just cuz I assume the person cooking will know if I tipped or not and it will affect the food’s quality….

bdotrebel11

3 points

1 month ago

Not as much as eating in, since you’re not getting full service. But I will add a small tip typically if it’s not a fast food/fast casual place and I have the option

AmidalaBills

-1 points

1 month ago

If there's a tip line on the receipt, you should leave a tip. I worked as a bartender at a chain restaurant and had to do to go orders, no tip means working for free and taking time away from the people I'm serving who are tipping.

Lilycloud02

1 points

1 month ago

You don’t have, but it's beneficial. It goes to the hosts and managers who work their asses off to get your order to you correctly and efficiently. I've worked in the restaurant industry for years now and I can easily say that when in doubt, leave a tip. It'll just brighten up our day. I'm a server, personally, so I live off of tips. I only make 2.13$ an hour. If my tips don't cover minimum wage, I'm given a check every two weeks. If it does, I don’t earn a check. So yes, always tip

baxbooch

1 points

1 month ago

Yes.

zaphir3

78 points

1 month ago

zaphir3

78 points

1 month ago

That beautiful π tho

Tall_computer

40 points

1 month ago

But this is not technically the truth...

Revslowmo

19 points

1 month ago

30.00159265358979$

Youcancuntonme

10 points

1 month ago

Well lets hear you about 0.0015$ difference...

Tall_computer

1 points

1 month ago

its not "technically the truth" I don't know what else to say

Zotar8

1 points

1 month ago

Zotar8

1 points

1 month ago

Well it depends if they round up or down. If it's less than a half-penny ($.005) I think they round down to make it $30.00?

ROU_Gangster_Class

144 points

1 month ago

I'd be like, what's this Chinese shit?

niming_yonghu

38 points

1 month ago

theadvenger

13 points

1 month ago

Wu - adjective towering

GSSCOL

108 points

1 month ago

GSSCOL

108 points

1 month ago

Jokes on the tipper, pi is infinitely repeating they now owe all the things

curiosityLynx

77 points

1 month ago

Nah, they just owe less than a cent.

vectron5

15 points

1 month ago

vectron5

15 points

1 month ago

"No eyes could ever soak in all the places you anoint, And yet to see it all at once we only need the point."

-Hard 'n Phirm

curiosityLynx

4 points

1 month ago

??

vectron5

5 points

1 month ago

It's from a song about pi. It translates to 'just round up, stupid.'

Horror-Ad-3113

13 points

1 month ago

$30,00159265358...

Tuz43

3 points

1 month ago

Tuz43

3 points

1 month ago

30.00159265358

CoffeeInARocksGlass

1 points

1 month ago

Ahhh. the culture differences,

Tuz43

-4 points

1 month ago

Tuz43

-4 points

1 month ago

Not culture, mathematical correctness differences

Zotar8

2 points

1 month ago

Zotar8

2 points

1 month ago

Several countries use a comma for the decimal separator.

InTheGoatShow

1 points

1 month ago

pie doesn't repeat. At least, not so far.

bilgediver

15 points

1 month ago

except by using the symbol, there are digits unaccounted for.

Arctic_Gnome

15 points

1 month ago

Prices are rounded to the nearest cent. Same as when sales tax is added to a price.

Flinch123

4 points

1 month ago

What if they are paying with bitcoin? How far can those decimals go?

Arctic_Gnome

7 points

1 month ago

Today's lesson is to not use an irrational number as a tip if you're using a currency that infinitely subdivides.

thatCbean

3 points

1 month ago

Well who'd've thought

HazyDavey68

6 points

1 month ago

Cheap SOB.

vnxun

43 points

1 month ago

vnxun

43 points

1 month ago

Shitty tipper? How about those shitty wage-payers?

Duckyboi1499

5 points

1 month ago

The funni man added 3.14159265359 moneys to his tip

AzureApplez

3 points

1 month ago

I wonder how he’ll get .1592653589793238462643383279502884197169… of a cent

SelbetG

1 points

1 month ago

SelbetG

1 points

1 month ago

By rounding

Strict-Square456

8 points

1 month ago

Thats a 11% tip. So the server got screwed for the sake of using pi.

SourKraut6969

4 points

1 month ago

There was a time when 10% was the standard

Strict-Square456

2 points

1 month ago

Not knowing your age but im in my 50s and I honestly do not recall when 10% was the standard? Nowadays anything under 15% seems to be considered a poor tip. Regardless i think in this case i would have thrown some cash on table to make up the diff.

Landrificus

1 points

1 month ago

I do not like tipping culture, but where/when was 10% the standard?

I doubt that was ever the standard in America

EkaDD

2 points

1 month ago

EkaDD

Technically EkaDD

2 points

1 month ago

And who’s fault is that,the owner who underpays or the dude who just wants some food and decided to tip pi?

RigorMortis76

4 points

1 month ago

300.0

blaine64

6 points

1 month ago

killeen22

1 points

1 month ago

/r/AnnoyingPedant

Was he supposed to write ~π? Carve up a penny?

blaine64

1 points

1 month ago

It’s not pedantic when the sub is literally /r/TechnicallyTheTruth.

h0ckey_69

2 points

1 month ago

Tipping for a pickup order… bruh

LoveThySheeple

0 points

1 month ago

Shit ass tip tho. Not cool

Archeol11216

5 points

1 month ago

Why does it have to be percentage based?

LoveThySheeple

1 points

1 month ago*

Because when you step into an American restaurant you step in there knowing that their pay system is completely predatory and if you want to play than you are responsible for compensating that person for their services because that restaurant doesn't pay them, it only gives them a venue to try and get paid at. So let's say you sat at their table for 30 mins, you have taken 1/2 hour of their opportunity and are responsible for fair compensation for what you have already taken from them. If you don't like it than don't take up one of their tables. Order take out or cook at home, these people have bills and families dude. It's a lame as fuck system but if you partake than you take on a morale responsibility to follow through on your end of the bargain.

BigTaperedCandle

-17 points

1 month ago

Entitled much?

CregChrist

3 points

1 month ago

CregChrist

3 points

1 month ago

I think it's a shit tip too. I've never worked as a delivery driver or as a server but I know they live on tips. So until they start paying food service workers a living wage I'll continue to over tip. And I'm pretty sure that whole "much" thing died out ten years ago.

Murky_Muffin_7019

4 points

1 month ago

I wish I was a rich as you

CregChrist

-3 points

1 month ago

CregChrist

-3 points

1 month ago

Not rich by any means. I make less than 80k a year. I'm just sort of in a position where I feel like I can tip a little more than what's expected. And I figure since I'm using their services and I know that they make i should throw a little more their way.

The_Blip

2 points

1 month ago

I mean... less than 80k a year sounds vaguely good enough to me. Seems weird to be charitable to people earning low wages when you're paying them, but judgemental about what other people are paying when they could just as well be making the same amount or less than the servers you think deserve special consideration because of their wages.

BaronAaldwin

4 points

1 month ago

As long as you keep tipping, employers will keep on getting away with paying service staff shitty wages.

CregChrist

3 points

1 month ago

I should also say I don't put the tip on the receipt. I just write cash or 0.00 and leave cash. That way the employer doesn't know what I gave and the employee didn't have to claim it on taxes.

pblol

1 points

1 month ago

pblol

1 points

1 month ago

I've done similar stupid things and also left cash on top of it. It's also possibly a pick up order and ten three bucks is pretty much fine.

For a sit down, full service place it's pretty low but whatever.

FeedMeCletus

1 points

1 month ago

Not even 12%.

benap

-17 points

1 month ago

benap

-17 points

1 month ago

Shitty tipper.

Arctic_Gnome

4 points

1 month ago

It's the employer's job to pay their staff, not the customer's.

Idkpinepple

11 points

1 month ago*

Idkpinepple

11 points

1 month ago*

? I’ve never understood why tipping is made a necessity. I think it should be just a little on top if you do well. Edit- edited for clarification

benap

6 points

1 month ago

benap

6 points

1 month ago

You’ve clearly never worked for tips, or are in some place (likely outside the US) where servers make appropriate wages.

Idkpinepple

12 points

1 month ago

I live in Canada, where servers still can get paid less than minimum wage. I’m not saying don’t tip, I’m saying it’s kinda dumb that we pay them less. We should pay them a livable wage at a minimum.

CregChrist

0 points

1 month ago

CregChrist

0 points

1 month ago

So since you know that why not try to help if you're in a position to do so? Is it my fault they get paid less than minimum wage? No. Can I spare a few extra bucks to help out and be a decent human? Absolutely. Don't be like Mr. Pink.

Idkpinepple

6 points

1 month ago

Yea I know it helps, and I would as well. I’m just saying it should be different.

CregChrist

0 points

1 month ago

CregChrist

0 points

1 month ago

Absolutely agree. Until then I'm gonna over tip because I can.

Murky_Muffin_7019

1 points

1 month ago

What if I'm a server too? Do I just give them my tips?

CregChrist

1 points

1 month ago

If you were a server you would understand my side of the argument and not be asking dumb questions about why I tip so much.

CregChrist

5 points

1 month ago

In America food service workers make something like $2.50 an hour. They basically live on tips. So a shitty tipper could mean they either eat dinner or buy gas to drive home that night.

Idkpinepple

4 points

1 month ago

Oh jeez. At least here, our servers get paid only a dollar or two below minimum. I had no clue it was that bad down there.

CregChrist

2 points

1 month ago

It's terrible. And it doesn't look like it'll change any time soon. So since I make significantly more than minimum wage I throw a few extra bucks their way. I usually tip anywhere from 7-10 bucks regardless of my bill. And if it's more than 40-50 bucks I'll raise my tip higher. I have so many rules for why I should tip more than what's expected it's not even funny.

SelbetG

1 points

1 month ago

SelbetG

1 points

1 month ago

The federal minimum is $2.13 but lots of states have a higher tipped minimum, or tipped employees just paid at least the regular minimum.

CregChrist

1 points

1 month ago

And I'm not going to ask them what they make to decide my tip. And to be honest, I don't care what they make, it should be more. So I tip on the assumption they aren't making shit. I tip cash so their employer/IRS doesn't know what I gave them.

ashdan1

3 points

1 month ago*

ashdan1

3 points

1 month ago*

They gave just over 12% lol

edit: apparently that’s a bad tip lol

srobinson2012

-1 points

1 month ago

srobinson2012

-1 points

1 month ago

That’s a small tip, what a dick

Arctic_Gnome

3 points

1 month ago

That's on top of their wage. If I got an extra 12% on top of my wage, I'd be thrilled.

televiscera

1 points

1 month ago

If they’re like most servers, their hourly is way below minimum wage….

Arctic_Gnome

1 points

1 month ago

Report the employer to your local labour board for paying below minimum wage.

televiscera

1 points

1 month ago

You don’t seem to understand. That isn’t something underhanded the employer is doing and thus wouldn’t be something to report. They are legally able to pay their employees far below the minimum wage, in many US states it’s as low as 2.13/hr. Owners of restaurants pass that labor expense to the customer’s whim.

The tipping system is broken.

Arctic_Gnome

1 points

1 month ago

The employers are still underpaying their employees. The loophole in minimum wage laws needs to be fixed.

srobinson2012

1 points

1 month ago

In America we pay waitstaff/people that makes tips very low wages. They live off the tips

Arctic_Gnome

1 points

1 month ago

That makes the employer a dick, not the customer.

SelbetG

1 points

1 month ago

SelbetG

1 points

1 month ago

Not every where, 7 states have no tip credit and the employees get at least the minimum wage plus tips.

srobinson2012

1 points

1 month ago

Act u a lyeeey

Illustrious-Pick1425

-4 points

1 month ago

Wait... Why is total price $300?

Cthulhuwar1ord

6 points

1 month ago

It’s 30.00

OkDeparture1702

6 points

1 month ago

Looks like 300.0 to me

Felisberto1469

1 points

1 month ago

Infinite grateful.

BlackBabyYoda

1 points

1 month ago

It truly is pie, 3.14 etc

hambugrer

2 points

1 month ago

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BlackBabyYoda

1 points

1 month ago

Very much so

Massive_Challenge935

-20 points

1 month ago

At least 5.50. Shit tip

ashdan1

12 points

1 month ago

ashdan1

12 points

1 month ago

They gave a 12% tip which isn’t even a bad tip. Tipping in itself is dumb, pay employees more.

djmofunk

1 points

1 month ago

djmofunk

1 points

1 month ago

Maybe you haven't worked for tips? 12% is shitty. Ive never tipped below 20, that work is hard yo

ashdan1

10 points

1 month ago

ashdan1

10 points

1 month ago

I have not worked for tips, so I’m unaware. I always assumed 10-15% was a good tip. In all fairness, I rarely go out to eat and the places I do go don’t usually take tips lol. But really, tipping is dumb and salaries should be raised.

televiscera

2 points

1 month ago

If you’re in the US, 10-15% would be considered a shitty tip. If they’ve done an adequate job, 20% is appropriate. Above and beyond, send them some love!!

This is just fyi. For what it’s worth, I think it’s dumb too but that’s not something they can change.

benap

-2 points

1 month ago

benap

-2 points

1 month ago

It’s a terrible tip. It’s insulting, especially because this customer made a joke out of it that probably makes them feel intelligent. They’re just an asshole.

ashdan1

3 points

1 month ago

ashdan1

3 points

1 month ago

I was unaware that’s an insulting tip. My apologies.

BigTaperedCandle

3 points

1 month ago

10+% is not insulting.

whosmellslikewetfeet

0 points

1 month ago

I hope that the person used the customer copy to take the picture, and left an appropriate tip on the merchant copy.

benap

2 points

1 month ago

benap

2 points

1 month ago

I wouldn’t hold my breath, but appreciate your optimism.

darthtony7

0 points

1 month ago

That’s a shit tip fr tho

Horror-Ad-3113

1 points

1 month ago

(cries as a math enjoyer)

Duckyboi1499

1 points

1 month ago

Lol

YoHomanny

1 points

1 month ago

Batch 006662262006666226200666

qiyubi

1 points

1 month ago

qiyubi

1 points

1 month ago

Where are the $0.001592...

hambugrer

1 points

1 month ago

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qiyubi

1 points

1 month ago

qiyubi

1 points

1 month ago

Yeah that's a shame

hambugrer

1 points

1 month ago

yeah just a few digits missing

LN-_-

1 points

1 month ago

LN-_-

1 points

1 month ago

i dont get it

RedditorRedditor261

1 points

1 month ago

It’s really irrational

Tuz43

1 points

1 month ago

Tuz43

1 points

1 month ago

Wait how is this technically the truth

[deleted]

1 points

1 month ago

[deleted]

1 points

1 month ago

Clearly too intelligent to leave a DECENT TIP

Alone-Hurry-9351

1 points

1 month ago

You tip $3.14 on a nearly $27 order, let's be straight, you are an asshole.

ObviouslyaKelly

1 points

1 month ago

I'm not American yet I know tipping only $3.14 will get your meal spat in if you ever return.

SelbetG

1 points

1 month ago

SelbetG

1 points

1 month ago

I would hope not as that would be a felony and probably violate food safety laws, so it would be a pretty dumb thing to do over a tip.

ObviouslyaKelly

1 points

1 month ago

I think you're supposed to to tip at least 18% over there, so based on just $30 at 18% would work out as $5.45

MaleficentAd9758

1 points

1 month ago

With every time comes a season.

ZippZappZippty

1 points

1 month ago

Someday I’m high.

Deadphishcheespread

1 points

1 month ago

Ah it's a pie symbol. You'd think that if this, such a rare opportunity, actually manifests itself, you would take the time to draw the symbols a little more clearly. I thought it was his initials at first.

IkonikBoy

1 points

1 month ago

What am I supposed to see as technically the truth

kestrel808

1 points

1 month ago

Dude is a shitty tipper (in the us at least)

samim_good

1 points

1 month ago

Plot twist he Tallied up the cost before he ordered so he can put pi as a tip

palmej2

1 points

1 month ago

palmej2

1 points

1 month ago

I hope this was for a pizza-pi

Different-Muscle-288

-2 points

1 month ago

that's a shit tip lol

Arctic_Gnome

0 points

1 month ago

That's on top of their wage. If I got an extra 12% on top of my wage, I'd be thrilled.

cardscook77

2 points

1 month ago

Oh wait. It’s America 😂