3 years ago500+ Views

We've all been that person.

Don't deny it. You haven't tipped someone for whatever the reason may be [they were too slow, they were rude, etc.], but over the years I've learned that despite the behavior of whomever may be serving you -- tipping is always the right thing to do. It's called common courtesy. If someone is waiting on you, they deserve a tip even if their job was subpar. Well, it turns out that not everyone has that mentality. A lady and her husband dined in at a restaurant and when the bill came in place of leaving a tip -- the women left a note that read: “He’s my husband! Find your own! Good luck! :)”. Turns out that the server had a husband of her own and he even worked at the same restaurant.
Like everyone does these days, the server took to Facebook posting the receipt online with a message that brought her a whopping 50,000 shares before she deleted the image. This just goes to show that there some people simply just don't have a heart. We know who will be on Santa's naughty list this year and if you don't want to be on the list yourself -- use this as a lesson and make sure you tip. Every little bit counts and if you must leave a note on a receipt, make sure it's something that will make a person smile.

Do you tip every single time you go out?

Be honest.
I totally agree! Tipping is a must. A lot of people rely on those tips at the end of the day. I feel like whether they were the best or not, a little bit goes further than none at all @lovelikematoi
that's so horrible! waitressing is a tough job and then you don't get paid hardly anything either (it's like $2 an hour if I recall correctly). they need tips and to leave a message like that was heartless. i could see if she was being rude herself but come on! i try to tip if I am able to. i tipped my Sonic server yesterday actually. we usually don't eat in restaurants though. only like once a year