In Japan and maybe other countries it’s courteous to set the money on the counter and considered rude to hand it to the cashier. Could be cultural differences or shy people.
@Pseudonymble , Yes, in some countries there is a little dish for you to place the money on to before the cashier will accept it.
@One Cool Cat, in some countries you just run away with out paying
@Pseudonymble , "SO ITS THE JAPS FAULT!" "no grandad."
Downvoted because this is about the 5th version of it I have seen. Also because many businesses require money to be placed on the counter so that cameras can see what exactly is being given back.
The best bis ironically when they need change of their change, then you can slide it partially under something to really annoy them back
I get there’s cultural differences and other stores with policies and yada yada, but we’re talking about when I have my hand out and mayonnaise mom Karen throws it on the counter anyways
It’s funny because of the F word.
I dont care what you do as long as you tip
show them again in case they didnt understand