Bjtch, with a name like Rhonda, you should be thankful someone thinks you're beautiful.
@Spilled Milk, or, oooooooor, maybe women just want to do their job without being hit on by random strangers.
@Lord Tator, guy likes a girl, so he gave her a big tip and a complement. This is the right way to flirt with a waitress. This one's on her
@TheHippie52, except she clearly doesn't want to be flirted with, which is her right. She shouldn't be shamed for wanting to be left alone. Your argument is like saying, "I gave you $50 so I could punch you in the face, so you should be grateful." It doesn't work that way.
@Lord Tator, saying ur beautiful is not like being punched in the face. If he's being rude or acting like a creep your right, but from what we can tell he just left a note, come on now.
@TheHippie52, it is if it's unwanted. All I'm saying is she shouldn't be shamed for wanting to be left alone, regardless of how much money is involved.
@Lord Tator, how is he supposed to know it's unwanted? Lonely guy has a nice meal where his waitress is nice to him, so he leaves her a big tip and a nice note. Most ppl enjoy being told they are beautiful. Your assuming he's some creep that was out of line. It doesn't even look like he left a number or asked for hers. He just tried to be nice and he is being shamed for it. Waitresses put up with a lot of sh!t, this is nbd, hell most would be stoked
@Lord Tator, why should she be able to shame him for flirting by calling him weird. A good person should accept the compliment and the money then keep their mouth shut. It's not about when you personally accept being interacted with, but how you act during those interactions.
@TheHippie52, I'm not faulting him for leaving a tip and a note. I'm faulting other people for shaming her if she doesn't want it.
@Opinion Man, she shouldn't have to keep her mouth shut at all. If she doesn't appreciate the gesture she has every right to voice that opinion. I'm not saying that's what I would do but she shouldn't be shamed for exercising that right.
@Lord Tator, "clearly didn't want to be flirted with"??? I didn't realize you were there. Tell me, how did the conversation play out? Did she flirt with him a little? Did she act completely professionally? Was he polite and courteous, or leery? These details matter, and since you were there you can help clarify.
@Lord Tator, just because there is an apperent right to voice displeasure doesn't make it right to do so. Ever heard of "if you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all"
@Lord Tator, she posted it online, and she was mean calling him a weirdo. That opens her up to shaming.
@big freedom, what I meant by that is judging by her reaction, she clearly didn't want to be flirted with. So, focusing on one minute part of my argument you clearly don't fully understand doesn't really help your own.
@Lord Tator, bet you she took the $50. It's not like he is stalking her or showing up at the restaurant every night. She got a compliment and a a large tip (get your mind out the gutter, not that tip). Be thankful, move on.
It reminds me of the women who we're skin tight, low cut dresses and then complain about guys looking at them.
@Lord Tator, no she had no reason to be offended if all he did was write that she was beautiful. It's not like he asked for her number or anything from this all we know was he tipped her well and wrote an encouraging message. Quit being the douchey "M'Lady" fedora wearing asshat
@George Feeny, ik I get super offended when ppl call me beautiful, "ur a fvckin liar mom and ur gunna pay for it, with this $50"
@TheHippie52, moms always lying straight to our faces about how handsome we are
@George Feeny, plot twist, it was her son that left the note and tip
@TheHippie52, hmm well. Ow admittedly that does put a new crueler and creepier spin on things lol
@Lord Tator, look at it this way: he's not necessarily flirting. If any compliment was flirting, we say a lot less. Also, even if she wasn't in the mood for flirting, she had no right to publicly shame him and call him a weirdo.
@George Feeny, some people just aren't satisfied. They get bitchy and complain about how rude or stupid some customers are. And then you get people like this who bitch and complain about someone being nice. If you're going to complain about both perhaps the problem isn't other people. Perhaps the problem is you and your attitude.
@Lord Tator, whatever, I'm not reading the whole conversation, we know there was a meal, we know he wrote a note that was not even sexually charged. He tipped $50.00, even if he didn't clear the lines and just signed it this was all forged. We know a little bit of info...I am so subtle that I won't enter any dialogue other than a typical scripted customer and then as the anchorman from sports,,,whammy! I say nothing more and mean nothing more than that. Not a date, not a thing else. So it's possible. And we know some women be bjtches. That is all I see here, and you maybe providing some input based upon personal or close friend experiences,,which is great and all. But when it distorts the facts then it is not ok.
@TheHippie52, don't flirt with people serving you, they're stuck their and have to talk to you, it's creepy. Tip based on service, not in hopes that the waitress will feel obligated to go out.
@Brickmasta8, he didn't flirt till he was gone, he just left a nice note.
@TheHippie52, idk man, if that were me, I'd be looking over my shoulder in the parking lot in case he was waiting for me to get off. And I'm a guy
@Brickmasta8, I mean that's not really a fair rule. Flirting is only creepy if the other person is not interested. You can't say no flirting because it's creepy till after the initial attempt to flirt. It's possible this was the initial attempt if it was even an attempt to flirt since there is no phone number. I say flirt or whatever you want to a waiter or waitress but just know they are brining you food from the back you didn't see get made. If they seem upset or offended then I would say stop but flirting with a worker, as long as they don't work for you, is fine. Just be aware some don't appreciate it
@Brickmasta8, yea I would too but you could say that about half her tables any given night. From what we can see all this dude did was try to be nice and she roasted him.
@Brickmasta8, any waitress will tell you they get worse than this all the time, and there's usually no big ass tip
@Brickmasta8, I'm not going to ignore a pretty girl just cuz she's working, as long as your respectfull there's nothing wrong with testing the waters to see if she's into you. Note that I said as long as your respectfull. If no one took a chance nothing would get done
@Lord Tator, I'm sorry you seem to be under the assumption that women's bodies aren't public property. Clearly, as all these nice people have pointed out, that is not correct. Everyone should feel free to comment on and asses my physical form at any point in time!
@Lord Tator, I'm not shaming her for not wanting to be flirted with. I'm shaming her for posting it on social media and being an ass even though someone left her a $50 tip. Do you think her work appreciates it that you can see the businesses name and phone number on the receipt?
@KeKesUHaulFacility , come now, a compliment as simple as your beautiful written on a note after they have left is hardly assessing your body and proclaiming it public domain. Sexism is a real problem, but this is not an example of it.
@Spilled Milk, so... Anybody want to call and ask for Rhonda?
@big freedom, the restaurant's number is on the receipt. We could call and ask her though...
@Lord Tator, again, you weren't there... right? Maybe she flirted like hell and then wanted attention, so she posted this online. Assuming that she "clearly didn't want to be flirted with" because she takes a pic of her receipt is a huge stretch.
I would personally make the assumption, since she's "clearly looking for attention" online, that she probably did some attention seeking behavior with the customer as well. But I wasn't there, so it would be asinine for me to say that my scenario was in any way clear or obvious.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , "man I wish I could tell that girl how beautiful she looks, but that would be assessing her physical form and making it public domain, oh well, guess we will both just die alone" as long as your respectfull, there's nothing wrong with telling a girl, or a guy! That they are attractive. Just be respectful. This guy was not disrespectful.
@Lord Tator, while I don't necessarily agree with you, and can relate and sympathize with you because I've gotten in to a dispute on this app and while I know there are people out there that have my same sentiment, if the first handful of people to find your comment are against your point then mob mentality kicks in everybody starts disliking your comments and ignoring your points because "you're wrong" and those who would support you don't want to join in and get ripped apart too. So I'm sorry, I know it's frustrating, but keep your head up and move on it doesn't really matter in the end
@lakewood20, I* can relate
@TheHippie52, We're shaming her because she tried to publicly shame a person who did absolutely nothing wrong. She deserves to be shamed.
@Lord Tator, ^
@Lord Tator, Your argument is the same nonsensical tripe that litters tumblr
@KeKesUHaulFacility , Oh yes, because just by commenting on someone's appearance automatically makes them mine. Hey, how about I go comment on the white house's appearance, then it'd be my property, right? This is your backwards logic. I know you don't have much in your head, but at least try next time.
@CriTiKa1, don't gotta be mean sr, weakens ur point. We are after all shaming the girl in the pic for being mean.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , Oh, good. Been meaning to say, your face looks like a dried baboon anus.
Please. Call the Mean Things police on me.
@Brickmasta8, Not sure where you're from, but around here the pretty waitresses work that pretty like it's gonna help em make the rent. I tip for service, plus a buck if she's cute, plus three if she's just nice.
@CriTiKa1, Well the white house is technically public property, we all pay for it with taxes that's why you can tour it, but that's beside the point. Making public comments on people's bodies is a definite power play, ESPECIALLY with money attached to it. You may not be thinking in your head, if I say this then this girl belongs to me, but that's the message that you're putting out. "That girl is beautiful, therefore she is open for my, and others, assessments".
@KeKesUHaulFacility , Seriously? "Man, that painting is pretty. It's mine." "Man, isn't that sunset gorgeous? Can't touch it, it's mine." "Isn't life a beautiful thing? Glad you think so 'cause it's mine."
@KeKesUHaulFacility , so no one can comment on anyones appearance? Ur not making sense.
@HiroAntagonist, no need to call the mean police on you, your salty enough
@KeKesUHaulFacility , also this guy didn't make a public comment, he wrote your beautiful on a receipt then she made it public to shame him, like he would dare tell her she's beautiful and tip her extra. Dude didn't even leave his number. He was just trying to be nice, her intentions seem shady not his.
@Lord Tator, or, ooooooor it was just A FVCKING COMPLIMENT... because apparently if you compliment someone it's flirting nowadays *sigh*
@TheHippie52, Also, it's interesting how you all assume that he was such a nice guy just trying to do one simple good thing and she's some hysterical bitch when, oftentimes, men are REALLY creepy.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , we have no evidence of him being creepy! Of course mad dudes are creeps, but this one hasn't done anything wrong in this pic
@KeKesUHaulFacility , you act like women don't assess and objectify men, as if women don't see attractiveness. If it's Chris Farley saying she's beautiful it's creepy, doubt it's creepy coming from Chris Hemsworth tho.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , the whole point of this argument is that he doesn't seem to be THAT creepy, she just seems ungrateful. Not a hysterical bitch, just ungrateful, possibly looking for attention posting her big tips online
@Lord Tator, dude, I came back to this after a little bit, and I don't think I've ever seen so many down votes on a single post. All of your assumptions... the community disapproves.
@Lord Tator, how is a compliment rude, flirting, obsessive or anything? Other than being nice? You know what's nice? Tipping when you don't have to. Tipping a large amount. Tipping more the twice your bill. This narcissistic woman can't take a compliment?!
@Lord Tator, quit stealing my dislikes.
@Lord Tator, I hope you realize your argument is a counter argument of itself. "She has every right to say she didn't want the compliment" just as every man, woman and child.alobe has the right to compliment someone if they want. Is it fair of her to call the guy a weirdo for being nice? Quit being a hypocrite and overly sensitive with life.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , So we can't say anything about anyone when we're in public then? Why don't you just stay indoors if you don't want people looking at you. That's the only solution if you really don't want ANYONE saying or doing or thinking ANYTHING about you.
@Lord Tator, you need to understand they aren't shaming her "for not wanting it", they're hating on her because she was shaming a guy for being really nice.
@Lord Tator, are you an extreme feminist? Because you're argument is terrible and based on lies.
@Lord Tator, I've been a server before. If she doesn't want it, she doesn't have to take it, the tip. She could, theoretically, just put in no tip.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , government property isn't public property. Our taxes pay for a lot of things we can't tour. A bad analogy for a bad point.
@TheHippie52, @Lord Tator @Opinion Man all of you are stupid.No one knows the situation.Neither party is defendable.He could have written a nice complement but been creepy during service or he could have been nice throughout and she was just a b****. You can't jump to defend either side when you don't know what even went down. Morons.
@Lord Tator, no need to call him a weirdo. That was unnecessary
As a christmas gift (or winter holidays for those who arent a fan of christmas) Go out the night before Dec 25 and tip your waiter/waitress a huge amount, such as $100. If you can afford that, of course. If you can't, then you understand how meaningful this gift would be.
@Reach4God, i do this every year around Christmas! Last year I have a $200 tip because it had been a good year for me.
@Reach4God, So the 24th of December...
@bananaLOL171299, congrats, the 24th IS before the 25th! Well done.
@ GematriaDragoon, that's incredibly condescending and narcissistic of you. You tipped them $200 to make yourself feel like you did something right but instead you just inflated your ego and made the waiter/waitress see you as a douche who thinks they're better than them because you can afford to tip $200. There is no unselfish deed
@Assassinator2399, you must be fun at parties
@Assassinator2399, yea man I'm sure the waiter they tipped $200 was furious about how bad of a person hey we're for giving such a amazing tip
@Assassinator2399, besides he or she never said it was selfless. They just said they did it when they had a good year.
@Reach4God, i do it on christmas day because i feel bad for people who are at work on christmas instead of with their families
@Reach4God, spoken like a true...waiter...
@Assassinator2399, The only person who can determine if a behavior is truly unselfish is the person doing it. I agree, many people do good deeds for selfish reasons, but 1, that doesn't make those good deeds less relevant, and 2, that doesn't mean that ALL good deeds are unselfish. Altruism is real.
@Assassinator2399, I'm really hoping you were just making a friends reference there about when joey and phoebe were arguing over if a good deed can ever be selfless if so I would urge you in the future to use quotation marks lol
@Assassinator2399, No, you see, now the waiter feels good because they have $200 that can be exchanged for goods and services, no matter who it came from!
@KeKesUHaulFacility , and now the narcissist feels good because they can go and tell everyone what they did
@Assassinator2399, You know, it's ok to seek validation sometimes, it's natural to want praise. Hands off the throttle, Holden Caulfield.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , it is natural however that doesn't mean it is a good thing. A good deed should be done without the expectation of praise or reward.
@Assassinator2399, so? What's your point don't do something good if it doesn't make you feel bad?
@Assassinator2399, for example when I donate blood. I don't get thanks or money for it does it make it a good deed since it's unpleasant or does it make me selfish for helping?
@George Feeny, you misunderstood me I said that it's selfish to expect anything from doing the good deed. This is an example of a deed that you get nothing out of.
@Assassinator2399, I'm pretty sure anyone working as a waiter/waitress would love a $200 tip. My girlfriend almost cried when someone gave her a $20 tip, so I doubt if someone gave $200, they would only view them as a good person who freely gave $200 of their own money to them.
@Assassinator2399, haha, I think you have some issues to work through buddy, I don't tell anybody that knows me I do that, I just do it because I know what it's like to choose between groceries and Christmas presents for my kids. I hope that waiter or waitress is never in that situation but regardless I the $200 could help anybody, maybe they'll donate it to charity.
@Assassinator2399, please quote where he said he expects anything from his good deed? He was merely informing the original commenter that he had done what was commented. He never sought any reward or validation. Calm down
@Assassinator2399, as a server, being tipped 100 or 200 would make my Christmas
This is why you should treat bitches like bitches
@Michael Fassbender, your comments make this place pretty great sometimes.
@Michael Fassbender, *Queen Latifah pops up from around a corner* Who you calling a bitch??!!!
@Michael Fassbender, ...Okay
*Pets dog, gives her treat*
@Simetricwl , #MAKEFUNNYPICSGREATAGAIN
The winky face makes it weird
@Drraulduke, I was about to say that. Thanks.
I called this place and made it known that Rhonda is an ungrateful lump of dog crap.
@CommunistTurtle, please elaborate.
Since the address is listed I hope people visit this place and leave no tip for her and leave her messages she can appreciate like "you are plain" or "you're not attractive". That way she doesn't feel offended.
@George Feeny, sad that some people just aren't satisfied. They get bitchy and complain about how rude or stupid some customers are. And then you get people like this who bitch and complain about someone being nice. If you're going to complain about both perhaps the problem isn't other people. Perhaps the problem is you and your attitude.
Well, Rhonda, excuse me! I thought we had something special, but if this is all I am to you, then I'll just get my pizza and wings elsewhere! Like the Domino's over on Broadkill Rd. I bet they don't think I'm a weirdo. Or you know what? Maybe I'll go over to Georgetown and visit Caruso's on East Market St. I bet they will appreciate my 200% tips and my flattery!
@J Boogie, I really do feel sorry for whoever left that ungrateful bitch a $50 tip.
Was it trump?
@RogueKnight, no, he woulda just grabbed her crotch.
@sassy pantz, well, I heard you have to tip them $50 and give them a compliment before you do that.
This PC generation pisses me off so much. If a guy tipped me 50 bucks and called me beautiful I'd feel great! There's a difference between being kind and and creepy and this was certainly a nice gesture.
I just love how the destroyed Lord Tator lol he stopped replying to people 😂
Wings and a large pizza, but he got a diet pop so it's fine.
Bitch ain't even that pretty, look her up
Trying to pick up girls under 25 these days is like rolling a pair of dice that will decide in an unspecified way whether or not you'll spin the chamber of a revolver that you also have no idea what amount of ammo is loaded into it which you will then put the barrel of it to your head, and pull the trigger.
But why is it a girls style of handwriting and a guys hand? I don't think the server was actually Rhonda.
This just seems desperate and a little offputting
As a server, if someone left me a $50 tip on a $20 ticket, I don't care what they had to say about me, I'd practically worship them
Idk how nobody has thought of this yet but maybe she's his girlfriend and he came to visit her? The post she wrote could easily be a /s
$50 dollars? Holy poo
There's 7,400,000,000 people in the world. Hey over it
It's really the winky face that creeps me out more than anything
I wouldn't care. $50 is more than I'll ever make
If I was in that girl's situation I would probably be creeped out, flattered but still creeped out
Looks like a 50 dollar tip.