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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:29:53 No.4897267

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You work in a pizza place. Some places a 16.00 dollar order for delivery. The price includes delivery fee and taxes. When you arrive to your customer's house, he pays in cash and gives you a 6 dollar tip.

how do you respond?

is that tip just right? too much? too little?


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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:31:09 No.4897270
I'd rather have a six inch tip. Is he hot or fat a slovenly?

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:33:31 No.4897276
It's too much, but I'll be damned if I bitch about being tipped too much.

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:35:02 No.4897279
depends on where you live

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:36:00 No.4897281
Its more than the average so I would be very happy with it. Also delivery fee and taxes dont go to the driver so that is irrelevant

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:36:43 No.4897283

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>>4897270
fat n slovenly with a 9 1/2 inch cock

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:37:12 No.4897284
>>4897267
You thank him genuinely, mark him down as a preferred customer and snipe the other drivers every time he orders in the future.

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:41:37 No.4897299
I don't really see the point in giving excellent tips to drivers. There's no reason to go above average unless there's bad weather or it's a large order. The drivers can't do anything more than just give you your pizza in time. You're not going to magically get pizza in 20 minutes or get free food just because you tip well.

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:43:05 No.4897307
>>4897283
Ew. No thanks.

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:45:29 No.4897320
People who work in chain pizza restaurants or fast food don't even stay there for long. Even if you order from the same place every month and tip good, it's not like they'll remember you. New workers every month.

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:47:15 No.4897323
Rule when I grew up was no less than $3

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:53:13 No.4897343
>>4897299
Back when I was doing deliver I would sneak preferred costumers 2 liters of soda whenever I could and if they got sides like ranch or jalapenos I would bring way more than they would order. Also If I was on 2-3 house delivery run I would always go to the good tippers house first

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Anonymous 2013-10-25 23:56:15 No.4897354
"Enjoy your pizza."

That is too much of a tip, but I wouldn't say no. It'll cover the three other people who stiff me that night.

On sixteen bucks, one or two is a fine tip in my opinion. If it were a shit night out or some incredibly busy day like a holiday or a game night, I'd probably give them a 20 and tell them to keep the change.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 00:08:12 No.4897400
honestly, both sides of my family 'tip' the same way for meals out and take-out, pay in notes, change is the 'tip'

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 00:10:24 No.4897411
Delivery is usually 10%, so 1.40-1.60 depending on pre- or post-tax. Or $1 if you're cheap and $2 being (relatively) generous. $6 is a ~40% tip.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 00:13:51 No.4897424

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>>4897267
i don't even eat at restaurants but this is such a big annoying issue that i want people to stop having wars over it.

i always feel like its unfair how waiters and other tippable-type jobs get paid, just because the boss thinks that these poor f****rs get enough and should earn the rest from people who just wanted to eat a sandwich, and are not expecting to give up even more money than the price of the food.

what a retarded paradoxical system.

waiters should get paid FULL wages, not a penny and "earn the rest if your so good" they are already working a job, they should get paid for it.

as for the people eating at a restaurant, they shouldn't have to worry about paying for anything other than the price of food, people go to restaurants to sit down and relax and pay the restaurant to prepare and cook the food and bring it to them, and they already pay much more than it would have costed them to buy all the ingredients and make it themselves at home, so for the pressure of needing to pay some poor kid tips to be there, it kind of screws everyone over, the waiter, the customer, etc.

imagine if you could just walk in, sit down, pay for your meal, eat it, go home.

imagine if you could go to work, get paid for working, and go home.

supposedly a study was done (I forget by who, you can probably find it on Google somewhere) which showed that if waiters and waitresses wages were changed to minimum wage that food prices at restaurants would go up by about ten cents at most. At restaurants the smallest expense which owners pay is the wages of their staff, and they are already so low that it won't make much difference. Additionally, there's this thing called balancing your budget and an owner could simply allocate a little money from one area and use it for wages, which would result in little or no change of food prices.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 01:05:21 No.4897578
>>4897267
I don't accept tips.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 16:13:46 No.4898867
Some are told to not look at the tip until after they leave. They are supposed to say 'thank you' as if you gave a good tip even though you gave bad or average tip.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 16:19:43 No.4898877
I just give a flat rate of $5 when ordering a small order, $10 if it's for a party or something. Seems about right. Drivers deserve a higher tip percentage than waitresses because car upkeep costs/gas IS expensive.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 16:26:48 No.4898888
say thanks give him a smile and leave

if i were getting the pizza, well i always just tip based on whatever im paying with
so if i was paying with a 20 then he'd get a 4 dollar tip
i am not a frugal man

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 16:46:52 No.4898918
>>4897424
In some states servers get minimum wage in addition to tips, and, at least in the US, if you don't make at least minimum wage in tips the business is required to cover the difference.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 16:56:24 No.4898927
>>4898877
>deserve

And all those corn farmers deserve their subsidies, right buddy?

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 17:13:59 No.4898938
if you can't afford to tip you shouldn't be ordering services that typically involve tipping

if you can afford it and just refuse to then you deserve the spit you eat

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 17:38:43 No.4898961
>>4898938
>if you can't afford to tip you shouldn't be ordering services that typically involve tipping
:-----------------D

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 17:39:45 No.4898963
>>4898938
>if you can't afford to tip you shouldn't be ordering services that typically involve tipping
Include it in the price or fuck off. Stop blaming your employer's shortcomings on the customer.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 17:49:02 No.4898972
>>4898938
>if you can't afford to tip you shouldn't be ordering services that typically involve tipping
>if you can afford it and just refuse to then you deserve the spit you eat

If the tip is mandatory then you should include it in the bill and advertise the price before an order is placed.

If the tip is voluntary you should stop complaining when people choose not to pay it.

Checkmate.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 18:01:42 No.4898985

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>>4898972
>if wearing clothes outside is mandatory I shouldn't get arrested for walking around in public with a boner jutting out unless there's a sign in front of my house telling me I can't

this is what you sound like

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 18:03:25 No.4898989
>>4898985
worst analogy I've ever read

seriously

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 18:11:32 No.4898997
>>4898985

That is the most fedora tier analogy I've ever heard, stop acting like an entitled spoiled child for god's sake.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 18:29:17 No.4899028

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the solution to all problems

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 18:30:47 No.4899030
>>4899028
Soon we'll have robot servants who won't bicker or ask for donations.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 18:32:32 No.4899035
>>4898985

And just like the post you quoted, it's completely true and anyone who disagrees is a crypto-fascist.

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 18:43:13 No.4899058
>>4899028
>hot water spout at table
glorious japon

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Anonymous 2013-10-26 19:03:26 No.4899098
>>4899028
This is awesome. Hot food whenever.







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