Yes, a penny, so they know I didn't forget.
I do, but it's a small one
Don't even tip for good service. No one ever tipped me in my job. Tipping should be banned.
You do realize they make $2.25/hour, don't you? To wait on you hand & foot?
So why allow then to be paid that low? I live in England we don't allow that. No tipping in many countries in the world now. Maybe this is another thing that the USA needs to catch up on with the rest of the civilised world.
No, and I don't go back either.
Everybody has a bad day. You don't know what they're going through, what the kitchen did to them. and God knows they have a crappy job that pays an average of $2.33/hour. Lotta single moms waiting tables. You don't tip 'em, they can't feed their kids. They pay taxes just as though each and every one of you tipped them 15%, were you aware of that?<br />
I did it ONE DAY when I was 15 as a favor to my mom. Never, ever again and I tip at least 20% no matter what.
A penny or a corner of a dollar but I will always leave a note or tell the manager.
we don't tip here in Aus, thank god
id rather say something first and depending on the reaction i might decide to give them a free tip
Still !? Never have, never will if it's poor service :D
Spit on the check and tell them to keep the change.
I guess if the service was truly terrible and I can tell the server wasn't busy, but willfully neglected to render good service, I would not tip them. Otherwise, if they at least tried I will tip them something. I have worked jobs as a waitress and I know how hard they work.
yes, but not as much as I do when I get good service. Waitresses have to claim tips on taxes, I don't know about other services but that alone makes me want to tip them all. People count on that money and need it.
No.... They'd be lucky if I even pay for the meal if the service is poor...
Yeah because I dont want spit in my food
Yes. I do. If it is too bad, I will simply never go back, but unless the server is actually surly or rude, I do tip.
No, of course not!
Truly bad service is met with a dime prominently placed on the check.