Tipping Is Out Of Control

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17 comments

  • ahmed mohamed 4 years ago

    Actually I’m the captain now…

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  • munem939 4 years ago

    We British are miserable bastards, that’s why we don’t tip

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  • FibreGlassZebra 4 years ago

    In the UK we don’t even have to tip, if we don’t tip the waiters are
    completely fine as they are all paid the minimum wage. But we still tip
    occasionally if the food and service was actually good.

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  • Lucas Zoltowski 4 years ago

    In the UK, many restaurants will charge you an 18% Gratuity anyway … so
    the tip is added to the bill automatically.

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  • A Man 4 years ago

    Hot kwoffy! James Hot Kwoffy! ☕️?

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  • bungalaix 4 years ago

    Screw tipping. If you don’t like the job, leave. Why is it the customer’s
    responsibility to pay extra? Tipping should be out of goodwill and not a
    requirement.

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  • Prawr 4 years ago

    the fact tat the guy gave him a bunch of coins added so much comical value!

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  • ukstevey 4 years ago

    JC is a funny guy but his monlogues are really poor.

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  • danigirl103 4 years ago

    Tipping is quite ridiculous. It’s not my fault the establishment you work
    at doesn’t pay you enough. And why is it my job to supplement your income?
    Restaurants need to pay their employees a decent wage, at least minimum.

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  • danigirl103 4 years ago

    Tipping is quite ridiculous. It’s not my fault the establishment you work
    at doesn’t pay you enough. And why is it my job to supplement your income?
    Restaurants need to pay their employees a decent wage, at least minimum.

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  • Gerardo Ruiz 4 years ago

    I agree when did tipping become a requirement.

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  • kiya12309 4 years ago

    I so wish tipping wouldn’t exist. Unfortunately, it does. I do wish it was
    factored into the price though.

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  • stegsify 4 years ago

    They used to use tips to make up the workers wages in the England (big
    article in recent years saying that they are/did going to change this. I
    think they still do it though ?). They probably use the tips for wages in
    America……I remember going into Nero’s coffee with my Dad and seeing
    that they changed the tip box for a charity box after this new law or
    something came out (They probably used some/most of the charity money for
    the wages things instead)……..Another strange thing I found out years
    ago, is that an ex friend of mine who’s parents used to run a pub said that
    they got taxed on a certain amount expected tips. This was I between
    £2000-4000 ?.

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  • MrsMupp93 4 years ago

    That’s why I love Sweden. We don’t have to tip at restaurants or cafés, I
    don’t think they even accept tips at most places. The price of the food
    already has the tipping included and the waiters are paid a decent wage
    instead.

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  • Tammy 4 years ago

    I agree. A couple weeks ago I was at a Chinese restaurant with my family,
    and we tipped our waiter 10%. I should add that his service wasn’t that
    good and he was a little too friendly with us. He then proceeded to count
    the cash and said “Okay this is for the meal, and what is this, the tip?
    Really? The minimum tip is 15%.”

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  • Shannon Mills 4 years ago

    As a waitress and someone who lives SOLEY off tips. This is a horrible
    message to send to people.

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  • funfunstuie 4 years ago

    As an expat from the UK now living in the US I find tipping stupid
    confusing. I tip at cafe’s, restaurants and bars. Everyone else can just
    jog on. Sorry I will learn to live with my decision.

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