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I need a fortnight to save my money to actually leave the size tip i want. I want to give it to someone who has a grid for appreciating it… ballanced against i dont want it to be about me. 9 months ago
How I did it: There's not much to tell here!
Still looking. Nope, still haven’t found anyone worthy enough.
(P.S.: I always leave tips, since I spend 4 months every year with 4 waiters that just LOVE it when you tip them, but also love to curse when you don’t- thus, I always leave tips, just not “huge” ones) 10 months ago
I have been trying, but no waiter has been “worthy” enough to get this treat, up until today, that is. I will keep looking, though! 12 months ago
When I saw this goal on another 43Thinger’s list, I thought it sounded fun, and that it would be an easy one to accomplish. But it seems ever since I added it, I haven’t found a waiter/waitress that was worth it. And I eat out A LOT!
Don’t know what the deal is. I’ve had REALLY good servers in the past, but not since I added this goal. LOL22 months ago
How I did it: What is the deal with tipping in our country? That's how waitpeople are making a living, and you ARE paying THEM for a service. OK, so my philosophy is if they're rude or nasty to you, it's absolutely fine to give a 0% tip -I've done that - but if they are effing AWESOME, it is also fine to give them a 500% tip - I've done that as well. Maybe I'm a jerk, but people shouldn't be rewarded for being @ss holes, and people should be rewarded for being good people. Put your money where your mouth is (drum, please!) and if you get waitpeople who are absolutely fabulous, TELL THEM in one of the ways that our society undestands most clearly: financially. (OK, I also will write thank you notes on napkins and tell them why they were so fabulous, and leave that with the tip that's way more than the entire meal was.) Seriously, try it: it is so worth it, and you're making the world a better place by spreading good feelings around. Read how I did it… 1 year ago
I have, on several occasions, left hefty sums of money for the wait staff. I have never waited to see his/her reaction. Also, I always “overtip” – unless there was gross ineptitude or attitude problem. I try my best to tip in cash, otherwise tips are recorded on their taxes. The government already “charges” them 15% for assumed gratuities. Seems despicable.
I try to tip people in most professions that have provided me with a service, of any sort.
I am not in a high-bracket income, but every once in a while, people can be nothing but astounding.
People in general are not rewarded enough for just being “them” and delivering quality service, as a “human being.”
In daily life, I will openly compliment perfect strangers if I find something striking about them.
The world needs more love! 2 years ago
It would totally make someone completely happy and theyd be super suprised! itd be nice 2 years ago