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#172 - It didn't start with the U.S. They have tipping in Canada too.…  [+] (1 reply) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys +1
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#174 - brobathehutt (09/01/2015) [-]
If you're talking about tipping from a Canadian point of view on a post about tipping in the U.S. and you don't ever mention it, no one is going to know that you don't mean tipping in the U.S. Also you know full fucking well that everyone else meant tipping in the U.S. because it's not legal to pay people based on tips in Canada, which was mentioned several times in this thread, and like I said I don't know a SINGLE place in Canada its legal to pay waiters below minimum wage. Specify that you mean tipping in Canada next time so that what your saying makes more sense.
#169 - I thought you said you weren't going to try to change my mind.…  [+] (1 reply) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys -1
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#192 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
And that's why you're a dick.
#168 - No they don't. Because that would be illegal. >> #44 …  [+] (1 reply) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys 0
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#194 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
"No they don't. Because that would be illegal"

You really have no fucking idea how the service industry works at all.
That's a statement.
It's been apparent from the start, but you're really highlighting it now.
#160 - So then raise the price of food and pay normal salaries. Boom,…  [+] (3 replies) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys -1
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#167 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
Yeah, would be nice if it were like that.
But it isn't.
So until it is, we both know how this works.
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#169 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
I thought you said you weren't going to try to change my mind.

And it is like that, Europe proves it as said in your previous comment.

And it's too damn bad that's 'how it works' because there's no law in place telling me to tip regularly. Until there is, I will do so as I see fit for exceptional service. If they do make it law, I just won't go out. Simple.
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#192 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
And that's why you're a dick.
#159 - I'm not putting any words in your mouth. You claimed that I ha…  [+] (3 replies) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys 0
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#165 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
"I just expected YOU to give up much of yours in the same manner"
_ "the same manner"_
"the same"

I DO tip.
Tipping is NOT for "exceptional service". It's for service. If nobody tips, they not only don't make anything, but frequently go into NEGATIVES because servers have to tip out cooks and bartenders, and delivery drivers have to pay for gas themselves.

"I have never had a problem admitting I was selfish."
I know. That's why you're a dick.
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#168 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
No they don't. Because that would be illegal. >>#44

Well then I'll tip for exceptional service alone and you can tip extra any time you go out on my behalf. That way you can also get the satisfaction of knowing you're a better person.
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#194 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
"No they don't. Because that would be illegal"

You really have no fucking idea how the service industry works at all.
That's a statement.
It's been apparent from the start, but you're really highlighting it now.
#155 - Not in Canada they don't. And I'm pretty sure they don't anywh…  [+] (4 replies) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys +2
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#212 - nowyouknow (09/01/2015) [-]
actually its called charging the service, usually if you are more than 6 people they will charge you 15% on your bill, in Montreal at least
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#171 - brobathehutt (09/01/2015) [-]
Hold on a second. Why the fuck are you, someone who has nothing to do with the U.S., discussing a subject about the U.S.? You can't compare Canada to the U.S. when the way our restaurants work is different. For one thing I can't think of ANYWHERE in Canada where waiters DON'T make the provinces minimum wage, meanwhile in the U.S. only 6 states pay waiters minimum wage. Where I live waiters are paid $2.00 an hour. This is why tips are part of the bill, because the restaurant's ENTIRE ECONOMY was based on people getting tipped for a long time and then suddenly people started tipping less and less and it was hurting them, so they decided to start putting it on the bill instead of raising the price of the food because in the long run that's cheaper for everyone involved. However, restaurants that do this also state it before you sit down to eat because by law you can't put charges on people without their consent, but also by doing this you can not elect not to tip them because you consented to it before you sat down to eat so it is no longer a tip but rather a charge.
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#172 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
It didn't start with the U.S. They have tipping in Canada too. I just stated my mind on it and others commented, so I replied.
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#174 - brobathehutt (09/01/2015) [-]
If you're talking about tipping from a Canadian point of view on a post about tipping in the U.S. and you don't ever mention it, no one is going to know that you don't mean tipping in the U.S. Also you know full fucking well that everyone else meant tipping in the U.S. because it's not legal to pay people based on tips in Canada, which was mentioned several times in this thread, and like I said I don't know a SINGLE place in Canada its legal to pay waiters below minimum wage. Specify that you mean tipping in Canada next time so that what your saying makes more sense.
#143 - Oh dear, I wasn't aware that you donated all of your excess mo…  [+] (6 replies) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys 0
#249 - anon (09/01/2015) [-]
TODAY ON FUNNYJUNK I LEARNED: paying people for a service = donating all money to charity. If you don't want to tip, go pick it up yourself, you self entitled little shit.
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#146 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
Dude, fuck off with that putting words in my mouth bullshit.

If someone works a job, they deserve to be paid for it.

You and I both know how the system works. I don't like it, but it's what it is.

I'm not gonna try and change your mind because I've read all the other comments, and it's clear you're stubbornly going to continue to say "lol fuck everyone else"
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#159 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
I'm not putting any words in your mouth. You claimed that I had no empathy because I did not give up my money voluntarily when I did not have to; so I just expected YOU to give up much of yours in the same manner. Unless you're being hypocritical.

Absolutely they do. >>#44 . 'Tipping' is not being paid for it, it is being rewarded for exceptional service; if they do not provide such service, they do not get one.

I have never had a problem admitting I was selfish.
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#165 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
"I just expected YOU to give up much of yours in the same manner"
_ "the same manner"_
"the same"

I DO tip.
Tipping is NOT for "exceptional service". It's for service. If nobody tips, they not only don't make anything, but frequently go into NEGATIVES because servers have to tip out cooks and bartenders, and delivery drivers have to pay for gas themselves.

"I have never had a problem admitting I was selfish."
I know. That's why you're a dick.
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#168 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
No they don't. Because that would be illegal. >>#44

Well then I'll tip for exceptional service alone and you can tip extra any time you go out on my behalf. That way you can also get the satisfaction of knowing you're a better person.
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#194 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
"No they don't. Because that would be illegal"

You really have no fucking idea how the service industry works at all.
That's a statement.
It's been apparent from the start, but you're really highlighting it now.
#139 - I can understand how you'd feel that when about someone who do…  [+] (8 replies) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys -3
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#141 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
Who said anything about "your"?

People work those jobs.
You have no concept of empathy if you feel "hurr durr not my problem sucks for you"
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#143 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
Oh dear, I wasn't aware that you donated all of your excess money to various charities and had zero luxuries.

If you do have any, you obviously spent money on yourself that could have been used to save a life, and thus have no empathy.
#249 - anon (09/01/2015) [-]
TODAY ON FUNNYJUNK I LEARNED: paying people for a service = donating all money to charity. If you don't want to tip, go pick it up yourself, you self entitled little shit.
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#146 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
Dude, fuck off with that putting words in my mouth bullshit.

If someone works a job, they deserve to be paid for it.

You and I both know how the system works. I don't like it, but it's what it is.

I'm not gonna try and change your mind because I've read all the other comments, and it's clear you're stubbornly going to continue to say "lol fuck everyone else"
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#159 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
I'm not putting any words in your mouth. You claimed that I had no empathy because I did not give up my money voluntarily when I did not have to; so I just expected YOU to give up much of yours in the same manner. Unless you're being hypocritical.

Absolutely they do. >>#44 . 'Tipping' is not being paid for it, it is being rewarded for exceptional service; if they do not provide such service, they do not get one.

I have never had a problem admitting I was selfish.
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#165 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
"I just expected YOU to give up much of yours in the same manner"
_ "the same manner"_
"the same"

I DO tip.
Tipping is NOT for "exceptional service". It's for service. If nobody tips, they not only don't make anything, but frequently go into NEGATIVES because servers have to tip out cooks and bartenders, and delivery drivers have to pay for gas themselves.

"I have never had a problem admitting I was selfish."
I know. That's why you're a dick.
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#168 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
No they don't. Because that would be illegal. >>#44

Well then I'll tip for exceptional service alone and you can tip extra any time you go out on my behalf. That way you can also get the satisfaction of knowing you're a better person.
User avatar
#194 - YllekNayr (09/01/2015) [-]
"No they don't. Because that would be illegal"

You really have no fucking idea how the service industry works at all.
That's a statement.
It's been apparent from the start, but you're really highlighting it now.
#134 - I do, actually. "Tip?" "No". It's that sim…  [+] (6 replies) 09/01/2015 on i hate deliverys boys +2
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#145 - brobathehutt (09/01/2015) [-]
Clearly you aren't reading what I told you. Most restaurants put part of the tip INTO your bill. If you don't want to pay your bill, you can talk to the police. And what do you mean if that is so? When was it ever not? No food place ever lets you walk into their kitchen, and you aren't cleaning your own table. Also, never wish for a large percentage of the population to lose their jobs, because a failing economy will get YOU fired too. If you don't want to go to restaurants because of these reasons then that is fine, but if that's the case then your opinion is null, because you have to actually go to restaurants to choose whether or not you will tip waiters, if you find a restaurant that gives you a choice.
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#155 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
Not in Canada they don't. And I'm pretty sure they don't anywhere, actually; considering that would be extremely illegal. They ASK if you want to tip, but aside from that, no.

The more I hear about America the more I'm convinced it's dumb.
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#212 - nowyouknow (09/01/2015) [-]
actually its called charging the service, usually if you are more than 6 people they will charge you 15% on your bill, in Montreal at least
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#171 - brobathehutt (09/01/2015) [-]
Hold on a second. Why the fuck are you, someone who has nothing to do with the U.S., discussing a subject about the U.S.? You can't compare Canada to the U.S. when the way our restaurants work is different. For one thing I can't think of ANYWHERE in Canada where waiters DON'T make the provinces minimum wage, meanwhile in the U.S. only 6 states pay waiters minimum wage. Where I live waiters are paid $2.00 an hour. This is why tips are part of the bill, because the restaurant's ENTIRE ECONOMY was based on people getting tipped for a long time and then suddenly people started tipping less and less and it was hurting them, so they decided to start putting it on the bill instead of raising the price of the food because in the long run that's cheaper for everyone involved. However, restaurants that do this also state it before you sit down to eat because by law you can't put charges on people without their consent, but also by doing this you can not elect not to tip them because you consented to it before you sat down to eat so it is no longer a tip but rather a charge.
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#172 - captainfuckitall (09/01/2015) [-]
It didn't start with the U.S. They have tipping in Canada too. I just stated my mind on it and others commented, so I replied.
User avatar
#174 - brobathehutt (09/01/2015) [-]
If you're talking about tipping from a Canadian point of view on a post about tipping in the U.S. and you don't ever mention it, no one is going to know that you don't mean tipping in the U.S. Also you know full fucking well that everyone else meant tipping in the U.S. because it's not legal to pay people based on tips in Canada, which was mentioned several times in this thread, and like I said I don't know a SINGLE place in Canada its legal to pay waiters below minimum wage. Specify that you mean tipping in Canada next time so that what your saying makes more sense.