Unless You See a Giant Coca Cola Bottle Behind the Bar, Keep Your Change in Your Pocket Where is Belongs

Change…really, your giving me nickels, quarters, and dimes as a tip, what…Do I look like I work downtown and pay the damn meter everyday, or it’s nineteen ninety and I am an eleven year old child that loves to play arcade games at the mall. Don’t give change as a tip, ever, it’s insulting.

If you assume that you are doing someone a favor by making exact change for the bill you are wrong. People in the restaurant industry do not need you to make them exact change. Nearly every restaurant in existence has their employees add up all of their checks at the end of the night and the either round up or down to the dollar. There is absolutely no change involved. The only change restaurant employees have to deal with is whatever they receive from cheap ass people or the misinformed.

Please do yourself a favor, save your change for the laundry mat, drinking games, or the nickel slot machines at your local casino. Who knows, you just might restore native american relations along with your dignity.

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One Response to “Unless You See a Giant Coca Cola Bottle Behind the Bar, Keep Your Change in Your Pocket Where is Belongs”

  1. Do Bianchi Says:

    a lot of tourists will do that because they want to get rid of their change before they travel home… it’s totally annoying…

    a really good point about paying with exact change, too…

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