April 24, 2024 at 2:37 pm

Shopper Shares Handy Rules For Tipping And Easing Anxieties When The Bill Comes. – ‘I tip even if it’s a bad outcome.’

by Chris Allen

Source: TikTok/@andrewivx7.0

Tipping culture can seem to be getting out of hand.

Like can we just not start the tipping menus AT 22% please?

Is that so much to ask?

If you’re lost as to what’s appropriate and when, Andrew (@andrewivx7.0) has come up with a handy list of rules for tipping.

And he’s here to share.

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“Since tipping culture is getting low key out of hand, I’ve created a set of rules that I use myself on whether or not I tip someone.”

His first one he acknowledges might trigger some people,

“If I don’t like the service, I don’t tip, period.”

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Another great rule that’s pretty even-keeled, he explains #3:

“I tip even if it’s a bad outcome.”

“If a blackjack dealer deals me s****y hands, I’m still going to tip the dealer.”

He explains if they can’t control it, and they’re doing their best, he’s still going to tip.

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The whole video is worth a watch.

It’s succinct, well-thought-out, and to the point!

Take a look here:


My rules on tipping. Agree or disagree? #andrewivx #tipping #tip #lifeadvice #advice #college #collegestudent #collegemajor #hottake

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This one was sure to spark some discussion.

Let’s see what folks had to say.

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One person made a great point about their barber.

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While this person’s sarcastic comment shot all the way to the top.

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Here’s a tip: quit it.

But not if the service person genuinely earned it.

If you liked that story, check out this video from a former Chipotle employee who reveals how the company cheats customers out of food.