This made my day.
THE MAGIC BAG
This made my day.
THE MAGIC BAG
Apparently delivery.com threated to sue the deli I worked for.
Submitted by TIPS Comics, check out more at tipscomix.com. Enjoy!
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Anyone who doesn’t tip at Cold Stone is missing the best part of life…
I have a couple of points to make. First, no matter where I’m at, I will always tip for delivery or table service - how can you not? It’s a service being performed because I’m too lazy to make food or I’m in a situation where it isn’t feasible. Second, I’m in Detroit, and anyone who’s willing to make deliveries in some of our neighborhoods deserves a tip.
One more thing for people who don’t understand tipping: believe it or not, many people who depend on tips do happen to be educated, but they can make a lot more money in the service industry. Even in a bad economy, anything related to alcohol consumption thrives - there will always be a job for a bartender.
Love the site, it’s a great mirror of human behavior.
As a delivery driver I want to let people know that if you are a bad tipper we don’t forget. If you ask for extras and still charge ,but we won’t give to it to you because we know you won’t notice, and you will be put on the bottom of our delivery list on multiple runs.
On the other hand if you are a good tipper and you ask for extras we will give you the extras and won’t charge you for it. Also if you ordered after everyone else and you are on the run we will get it to you first.
Submitted by DK
I order from online delivery services (seamlessweb, delivery.com). I always add a 15-20% tip on the order before I place it. Now that I’m reading this site, how much of that 15-20% tip actually goes to the delivery person? I normally don’t carry cash, but if you tell me that only a fraction goes to the delivery person, I will start tipping in cash.
That tip goes to us, those services make money off the restaurants.
I am a firm believer in the rule of buying what you can pay for, in all aspects, but especially when eating out. If you are buying $200 worth of food and drink between 3 people then clearly you have enough money that evening to be equally as ‘spend’y towards the individual(s) who worked to make your night as good as it was.
Shitty service? Well then by all means, make it known with a low tip and a few words to the manager. But don’t be Mr./Mrs. Impressive Moneybags and then become Frugal Fickle Fred when the server bids you goodnight with a smile and a handshake. Classless and deplorable, especially if the service was great.
I’m a paycheck-to-paycheck single mom, and I always, always, ALWAYS tip. Period. I just build it into the budget for eating/drinking out. So I have little (okay NO) sympathy for non-tippers or bad tippers (NTBT). And here’s a little “tip” for you NTBTs: Being a crappy tipper and/or being in ANY way rude to your server is a deal-breaker on a first, or any, date. Get over yourself and realize how freaking hard these people work for you!
PS - dining out is a whole lot more fun when you are nice to your server. So do it for selfish reasons if you must.