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Apr 19 2014
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Highest Tip You Have Ever Given?

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Simple question if you have ever done it.

 

Most I have ever given was 50 dollars.

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Apr 19, 2014

I can't remember well but probably $40.

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Worked at a Coffee shop and was given 10$ 

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Alone, I have given a $40 tip. I was just paid and I was at a nice restaurant with somebody of importance. The waitress was really great. The person of importance may have taken my tip as a sign of disloyalty.

 

As a group, my friends and I tipped $90 at a party because they sang the happy birthday song in Korean. Forgot to mention it was Buca di Beppo (Italian place)


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Apr 19, 2014
I never tip, people in the food service industry make more money than most.... Jk, they just don't deserve it.
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Speaking of. I have tipping tiers that, to be honest, I rarely remember at a restaurant.

 

Tier 4- 15%

-you did your job with a smile

-You only asked me how it was tasting 2 times or less

-refill my drinks

 

Tier 3- 25%

-You were very engaging and talking to you was hardly a chore. 

-You went out of your way to fix something that was my party's fault (a spill, for instance)

-You can ask me once how it tasted

 

Tier 2- $20 (if it is more than 30% of the check...otherwise 30%) 

-Engaging and not a chore.

-Never asked me how it tasted or did this in a less abrupt way (i.e. just asking if they can help at an opportune time)

-refill drinks often

 

Tier 1- I just drop a ton of cash (usually not just me tipping)

-You went BEYOND your duties and was extremely engaging

-Helped us WAY too many times when we did something awful (i.e. 3 spills yet still smiled at us)

-You sang the happy birthday song in Korean

-If you dealt with my father in a PERFECT way (counter his demented quips in the best way imaginable)


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What about tier 0?

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somewhere around $50-$60 at a Pizza Hut. Our group just gave this guy like all the money we could muster up and on top of the tip we left random giftcards and stuff because why not? 

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Apr 19, 2014

I did give a pizza delivery girl a handsome ~2e tip once. 

In my country there's no tipping culture, but everything is more expensive than in the United States.

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The biggest tip I ever gave was 50 bucks at the airport. We had so many bags and the sky cap waited till we got our rent a car. This was in Fla. We had to wait for the car for over an hour. He was great.
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