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Now knowing what 1995 is like all over again! Thank you 247 technology!!
Ok, let me know when you find a chick that likes guys ripping on others professions and then shows how cheap he is by complaining about food prices over dinner. Good luck there fella
I'm not ripping on waitresses, but it certainly shouldn't be seen as a career.
You are a clown and unsophisticated if you think a girl makes decisions on who to enter her vagina based on his opinions of waitresses(it's almost entirely done on physical appearance and earning potential).
So, you're saying you're a virgin, got it.
Have you seen what some women have done for dollar bills?
Say goodbye to that fifth star
who called it a career?
I can't believe this went to five pages and nobody has referenced the opening scene of "Reservoir Dogs"
Kids these days!
Except for the iPad ordering concept, picking up from "a window" already exists. It's called McDonald's/Burger King/Wendy's/etc, so your brilliant concept is, well, simply brilliant.
Years ago, at A & W, you ordered your meal from your table using a telephone. That concept really took hold all throughout the industry to such an extent that no one else even tried it.
I read the news today, oh boy .. ..
About a lucky man who made the grade
Actually, it says a lot about a guy if he is too cheap to tip a waitress. I do change my thinking about a guy if he's like that.
So if a guy tips 20%+, he's balls deep, but if he tips 15% you won't even touch him? Even if he's good looking and makes $200k?
I'm gonna call absolute BS on that one.
I have been out with doctors who make more than $300k and not tip that great. It says a lot. Would that be the only reason to turn down a guy? No. But it would be fairly high on the list. It says that he doesn't respect the other hard working people in the world who may be working from the bottom up. And I do not like that trait in a man.
15% is fine, if that's what was deserved. However, you seem them bust their ass, than +20% makes a difference. I tip more than most of them, and I have very little money. But I won't go out to a place like that, if I can't afford to tip someone.
On behalf of everyone on tRCMB, please accept OUR tip. Go away. You are the king of the turds. You call out people for being generous? WTF is wrong with you? Also, your bridge is left unguarded. Better get back to what you're good at.
First and only response,
The thing is, wait staff have survived because the business only has to pay them $2.65 per hour and the business can pass all other cost to the consumer. I can't imagine that system lasting forever.
As a former bartender and waiter, I respect the hardworking wait staff. I'm a 20 to 25% tipper.
Keeping the sunshiners in check since 2000.
I have never done that kind of work myself. My job is shitty and has crappy pay too, but I understand and empathize with the kind of work waiters have.
It has lasted and it will continue to last.
Based on your hatred of tipping hardworking servers (and your desire for "self service dining"), you must be a regular customer at Golden Corral, so here you go:
Dude, you don't know the half of it.
I Always tip at least 20% and round up. Being generous never killed anyone.
This. Its actually easier to tip 20% than 15%
As a former bar owner ....
I've never been to a Golden Corral, but I'd be willing to try it once. I mean, that chocolate fountain has to be pretty great....
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