I give God 10%. "Why do you get 18?"
How would you respond?
Did anyone else notice that the total was $34.93 for a party of "more than eight people"? If there were 9 people, that's an average of less than $4 per person.
I'm being presumptive here, but it sounds like they each got a soda, and then ordered a couple of appetizers for the table. Then, they sat around while the waitress had to continually refill their drinks, knowing that she probably wasn't going to get much of a tip out of it. After all that, they stiffed her on a tip that amounted to less than $1 per person. Then, having been embarrassed by the cheapness of her and her group, the pastor of course did the Christian thing and complained to the manager, costing the waitress her job.
It just proves something I've believed for a long time. A lot of the people who claim to be so religious and holier-than-thou are some of the worst people you'll ever meet.read more collapse
I saw this story earlier, but now I see the waitress has been fired. This is pretty sad. But then again, there are many people who call themselves Christians and the proceed to act in a manner that is completely against anything a Christian should do.
I don't always agree with the automatic tip, but it does make sense for a larger party, in this case can you imagine getting paid less than minimum wage, hoping to get a tip from a large party that you have to work hard to serve and then have them not tip you? It's got to be harsh! As for me, I always tip, except for one time with the worst service I've ever had (the food arrived COLD because he was too busy talking to his friends). I always tip around 20% just for myself, and if I have a great waitress/waiter, and I know I'm eating a small meal, I've tipped almost the entire cost of my meal! I know they work really hard and it's not a job I'd ever want to do, so I appreciate great service and like to prove it.read more collapse
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