This is unacceptable. Don’t waste my time if you don’t have money to tip. Go to a fast food joint or cook at home. For $30 you can get a decent meal at the grocery store. I gave you superb service, and had you not wanting for anything. Don’t order an app, desert and a special drink if you have no money to tip, either. I should make a video about all this… #rant #serverlife @server_life
You do not work for tips. You work as a waiter. Never expect a tip. This is absolutely disgusting. Sure it sucks when people don’t tip you, but you do not work in tipping service. Shut up, get off of your high horse, and understand maybe this was a special treat a person had. If you expect tips every time, be prepared to get let down, bud. This is not unacceptable. Calm down.
Hold your horses. everybody look at this comment. look at it. this is absolutely disgusting. it sucks when people don’t tip you because in the united states the federal minimum wage for tipped employees is only $2.13 which is less than half of the federal minimum wage for everyone else ($7.25) So shut up and get off your high horse and understand that maybe this waiter can’t live on barely 80 dollars a week and maybe needs those tips to survive. This is unacceptable. Calm down.
plus, whatever money that we do rack up with our hours gets taken out of our paychecks for tax purposes. So there may be times where you won’t even get a check.
Obviously, the “you do not work for tips” person has never worked in food service. I’m implementing a new rule that if you’ve never worked in food service, you aren’t allowed to eat in sit-down restaurants. I’ve done it and I have a great respect for people who can stick it out longer than 6 months.
I used to watch him in the mornings with my grandpa when I spent the night at my grandparents house. I didn’t understand the point of the show but ever since I can remember I really loved it. My grandpa and I would eat soup for breakfast because we don’t like breakfast foods and laugh about how many trees he slap on the painting on the end. Idk. That memory is one of my favorites.
I think this was a grandparent’s show of choice. My grandmother would watch this and get the slightest of smiles. Any time I questioned why we were watching it, she would just point at the tv and say, “Listen.” She got it. RIP Bob Ross. RIP Grandma Charlotte.