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wcdk200

Live in a country where you don't tip so never


Kameklo1

I envy you so much. Tips in general are the absolute worst.


helpletmegopls

Same, although some people do tip out of being nice.


[deleted]

No because my country actually pays a living wage.


Trustnoboody

The difference here is Drive-Thru workers have a higher wage than servers do. Servers rely on tips, drive-thru workers do not.


Ok-Ball2534

USA does too


FiveStarHobo

Bull fuckin shit it does😂


Phase10YT

Depends on the state but yes. But it's hard to really define "living wage" numerically. Wages vary across the country but so does the cost of living.


FiveStarHobo

Yes but the federal minimum wage and most state minimum wages compared to that states cost of living don't provide enough to be called a living wage


Phase10YT

You can't just use minimum wage... For example I live in Iowa where the minimum wage is $7.25 but I have yet to find a single job listing today that is that low


FiveStarHobo

Yes but that doesn't mean that every job is paying a living wage. Yes most places may be going above the state or federal minimum wage but that doesn't mean they're paying a living wage either, just slightly better than the minimum


Ok-Ball2534

i knew i was gonna get disliked heavily 🤣


Asthers15

Doesn't most of a waiters money come from tips?


Ok-Ball2534

Yes


IEnjoyAThickSausage

So would a waiter for example make a living wage without tips?


Ok-Ball2534

If they work at least 60 hours a week they could live somewhat comfortably & get by with basic necessities like rent, food, transportation, clothes, bathroom supplies, etc. 40 hours a week wouldn’t be enough for all the basic necessities though These are all assuming they work without tips


IEnjoyAThickSausage

40 hours a week should be enough work for a liveable wage though


Ok-Ball2534

I agree


IEnjoyAThickSausage

Great :-)


asianaustralian69696

Bro what state do you live in? I gotta move there


Ok-Ball2534

Montreal


asianaustralian69696

Oh I really thought some state in America actually paid us well ;-;


Sir_Admiral_Chair

$7 an hour? Sure mate.


Ok-Ball2534

No it’s $13 an hour in my state at least


Sir_Admiral_Chair

That still doesn't sound very livable.


Ok-Ball2534

It is I mean you’ll barely scrap by but it’s enough


Sir_Admiral_Chair

A living wage is a wage that is not just scraping by, a living wage means you can afford the majority of expenses life throws at you. Hopefully this makes sense.


Ok-Ball2534

I mean technically it’s livable if you can afford an apartment with roommates and food and maybe a car or a bus pass


Sir_Admiral_Chair

I don't know, but that is subsistence, not thriving or prosperity. Thats the point.


Craftusmaximus2

...and other hilarious jokes you can tell yourself.


Ok-Ball2534

hahahahahaha


DaKage04

I don't tip anywhere since we actually pay people in my country


IamKingDoge

Calm down echo chamber! You’ve already said this 20 times in this comment section alone!


0drag

Pssst! They do in USA too, Americans have only one pay demand- MORE!


Slight-Weather7885

No, same as i won't tip cashiers at the supermarket or my doctor.


Dankalii

That's what I said about cows and grandmothers yet here we are


the_gray_jedi07

We dont tip in norway


SaraHHHBK

I never tip


gnomeyeastinfection

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herntex

Haven't tipped anyone ever


IIFacelessManII

If they have a tip jar, I use cash and recieve coin change. They get the coins, I hate coins.


kmmr93

Never been in a drive-thru.. Nor will i ever.. Also in the country im from and living in we pay workers.


darkimperator02

I don't use drive through, so...


empire-state1776

Same


Ok-Price556

A lot of them don’t accept tips, you also don’t get a receipt copy for them with the tip option. It sucks, I’ve tried it


HippieChick067

Sonic is the only fast food place where I tip. Because they physically bring it to your car. Sometimes on roller skates.


Damian030303

I never tip anyone, luckily it's not really a thing in my country.


dead_trim_mcgee1

I don't tip anyone ever unless it's exceptional service. I'm from England so it isn't common here to tip as custom. I just went out for a meal with my brother and the bill came to £45.10 so we both paid £22.55 which obviously hit the total on the dot.


Polskoniemiec

tipping is only popular in us, considering cashiers etc actually get paid in other countries


Trustnoboody

I try to not be a sucker.


Craftusmaximus2

First, no tipping option here. Second, I hate the tipping industry.


Mintboi4

Do you tip the cops after they shoot your dog?


intainta

You good bro?


DeepDeepThrowaway

..Something you wanna talk about?


[deleted]

[удалено]


Mintboi4

What i meant is: tipping "culture" is absurd. (also ACAB)


user472938583992916

What are the current results? I don’t drive and there’s no “Results” option


who-are-we-anyway

127 yes. 2.0k no


user472938583992916

Oh wow thanks. I didn’t think there would be such a difference


who-are-we-anyway

I did, I live in the US where tipping is sometimes expected, but I've never been in a drive thru that asks you to tip and if I did I wouldn't tip.


user472938583992916

Oh okay I don’t live in the US so that’s interesting to know. Thanks!


namelessnoona

When it’s fast food I don’t but there isn’t an option anyway. If I go to a coffee place like Starbucks then I tip if I’m feeling generous but not usually. Tips are usually for sit down restaurants or if I’m receiving a service like for my car, home, salon visits, etc.


russianbot24

No, I only tip waiters and landlords.


undertales_bitch

Wait are you meant to


DeepDeepThrowaway

I don’t think so.. just asking because I went through a drive thru for a quick breakfast and they had this little thing they stick out the window to pay and it had a tip option so I was curious


undertales_bitch

Ah I see That's probably the default restaurant iPad or whatever it was system So it's designed to be used in a restaurant with waiters and they're just too lazy to change it


Ok-Hunter-5171

I dont tip anyone


An_Experience

I don’t normally tip drive thru, but there have been a few occasions where they absolutely made my day so I’ve tipped $5-$20 depending on what I got.


gnomeyeastinfection

No because tipping is dumb.


Home_Scary

I don’t go to fast food restaurants.


Lusty_Argonian_Man

I think it's illegal to take tips on drive thrus in my state so no


Sir_Admiral_Chair

Probably should have segregated between countries where tipping is a thing and countries where it simply isn't a thing.


alimem974

I feed from scratch (buying processed food is disgustingly bad🤢)


blutwo42998

What is disgustingly bad about processed food?


alimem974

I taught my body not overprocessed food and i can get a little sick if i have to try it


blutwo42998

So nothing is really bad about it, you just aren't used to it?


alimem974

I mean overprocessed food is objectively worse than whole food


strawberrytoastcake

i know that not tipping only screws over the workers and not the business. no one gets paid enough


TheBordIdentity

Depends on the place. Fast food drive thru no I do not tip but if I eat inside at a fast food place and it’s an option I’ll typically leave one or two dollars just to show appreciation. I’m a teen who’s worked at places like it and know how little they make and I know it means a lot so I typically just give a little back. Restaurants where I’m being served I aim for 20% tip