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By  nyancait  |  17

Why is it so fucking difficult for some people to just have some good manners? If someone does you a service, you thank (and maybe even tip) them. Ungrateful ness annoys me so much.

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  Rallred32  |  20

35, you tried a little too hard. Unless if it's an obscure reference, you don't have to put parentheses and the name of what you're referencing every 5 words.

By  nyancait  |  17

Why is it so fucking difficult for some people to just have some good manners? If someone does you a service, you thank (and maybe even tip) them. Ungrateful ness annoys me so much.

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While I agree, always tip. While they may not have done a great job, they still spent their time trying to get you good service. Unless of course, if the tip is included in the bill

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  orbit  |  19

#4 Probably because of the fact that it is now expected. It used to mean someone was grateful. Now some places even include the tip in the bill.

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  sweetbliss3  |  30

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  kingdomgirl94  |  27

He's just saying what those people say. They don't understand how waitressing or waiting works; they get paid less than minimum wage and are expected to make up the difference in tips.

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  Rallred32  |  20

Plus, why would OP serve the customer after the bill? Don't you pay the bill when you're done being served? Unless if you want to deliberately go out of your way to spill coffee, which would make the person who was supposed to get the coffee angry as well. There's no good that would come out of that.

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  amisenho  |  11

#32: It depends on how nice you are to your waiter and how well you tip them. Usually, when I go to a new restaurant, even after I've paid my bill and leave tip, my waiter will still come back and refill my drink. I imagine they wouldn't do that if they weren't satisfied with the tip I left. Just leave 12% as a rule of thumb (unless the service was genuinely bad, and it has happened before), and they'll be grateful for that.

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  smokecloud_  |  37

12%? That's harsh. Most servers have to tip out a percentage of their sales, myself a minimum of 4%. Better rule of thumb: 18-20% for good service, 15% for mediocre service, 10% if it's bad. Stiffing is only reserved for the rudest, shittiest of service.

By  Almost_Positive  |  18

People can be so harsh :/ I'm sorry, OP. Some people take out their frustrations on people they think are lesser than them, but that's not right. They were probably having a bad day

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