Is tipping primarily a learned behavior? | TigerDroppings.com

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Rouge
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re: Is tipping primarily a learned behavior?


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I'm very sorry the government taxes their tips, that's fricked up. That ain't my fault. It would seem to me that waitresses are one of the many groups the government fricks in the arse on a regular basis. Look, if you ask me to sign something that says the government shouldn't do that, I'll sign it, put it to a vote, I'll vote for it, but what I won't do is play ball. And as for this non-college bull shite I got two words for that: learn to frickin' type, 'cause if you're expecting me to help out with the rent you're in for a big frickin' surprise.







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Hulkklogan
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Damn man, you're too cheap arse to leave even 15% for decent service? That's not much money.. On a $100 that's only 15 bucks. The reason the servers at high end restaurants deserve a bigger tip than those at Applebee's or some shite is because most of those servers have served for a long time and are very good at it, are consistent, and hey usually get less tables per shift so that they can pay better attention to their tables throughout the shift. Get some seriously shitty service and you'll definitely appreciate a good server more.






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Hulkklogan
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Damn man, you're too cheap arse to leave even 15% for decent service? That's not much money.. On a $100 that's only 15 bucks. The reason the servers at high end restaurants deserve a bigger tip than those at Applebee's or some shite is because most of those servers have served for a long time and are very good at it, are consistent, and hey usually get less tables per shift so that they can pay better attention to their tables throughout the shift. Get some seriously shitty service and you'll definitely appreciate a good server more.






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BigAppleTiger
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Rouge


Cheap, selfish, and mean. Next time you go out to eat, explain your philosophy before you sit down and you will get the service you deserve. Or better yet, stick to fast food where your attitude prevails. I'm all for not tipping full when service is genuinely lacking or rude, but always inform the server or manager why when this happens(very rare- twice in my case). I won't walk away and allow them to just say I'm cheap and feel they were wronged. That would just reinforce bad service.



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