Even though I'm a college student, I tip as well as I possibly can. I see way too many customers that are douche canoes to the staff.
@JakobJeanCiccone, As a person who relies very much on others' tips, I thank you
@JakobJeanCiccone, what is considered a good tip cause I usually try and tip between 12-15% and I thought that was a normal tip range
@JakobJeanCiccone, I'm a poor college student but I ordered a pizza once and a guy who looked like 50 delivered it, he was really nice so I tipped him $7 dollars even though the pizza was only $11.99. He looked super happy, totally worth eating cup noodle for the next few days.
@JakobJeanCiccone, It's still shocking to me how common it is to give tips in the U.S
@tumblretard, it's not just common, it's pretty much required, they don't add it to the cost of the food
@JakobJeanCiccone, my usual tips are 20$. I felt like that was okay and then I had friend freak out a bit saying that's a lot. Although I'll only tip you if I liked your service or if you look like you've had a garbage day
@JakobJeanCiccone, on behalf of all pizza dudes I thank you
@JakobJeanCiccone, I started a month ago at a restaurant recently, so I'm just starting as a host. A week or two ago, we had a TON of people show up due to the power outages from hurricane Matthew. Kinda stressing for all of us(including me) since I was cashing people out, hosting and helping the servers the best I could. We were giving out coupons to everyone after they cash out. Sometimes people would deny them cause they're from afar and won't use them, but this one couple during that massive rush instead said, "no thanks, we won't be back. Too slow"
@JakobJeanCiccone, i always tip over 20% even if the waiter or waitress is awful. I figure chances are something is going on in their life and they could use the extra dollar or two more than me (I have an awesome job in college)
@SirMajorGeneralTim, You should only tip that low for pretty subpar service. 18-20% is average, more if they were especially good.
@SirMajorGeneralTim, in the US, 15% is the minimum expected and 20% is normal for good service. Less than 15% is usually only done if the service was bad.
I've got a great retail story for you guys. I work at ikea and some old lady comes up to me and asks if I can reserve a product. We don't do that so the she asks if we would do it for the queen of Sweden. Baffled, I tell her no and then she says "well you're talking to her right now" (she wasn't really). Anyways I tell her we can hide the box and hope it's there when she wants it. She says she'll remember where it is because she has a photographic memory and how she was a double arts major. She is then super grateful and wants to thank me more. I tell her she can fill out a review and put my name in it. She decline and instead gives me the name of some face cream and says "it will help clear up your face". I've only worked there for 2 months since that happen
Instead of my last job was retail he should have said. Oh no don't worry about that I'm a veteran
Empty your mind of everything except for fine dining and breathing
I have three noisy kids who leave the table a mess, wait on me and you automatically get at least a 20% tip
7 real years in retail can confirm this... I...for a weird reason love it.
@Clark M Wayne, you are clearly a Masochist
This is 100% accurate
I've seen this guy's other comics. He REALLY hates retail