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Rude Restaurant Goer Gets Served a Reality Check Online (3 pics)

Posted in Random » Awesome   1 May 2015   / 6996 views

A Joe’s Crab Shack patron bragged online about not tipping a waitress when the restaurant did not have the condiment he requested. He rudely wrote, “Find sour cream” in the place on the till slip that people usually write the tip. He then posted a picture of the receipt on Facebook. The man’s cousin, Dustin Clark, didn’t think this was very nice and posted a response online stating that he would be returning the following day to pay the $10 bill and give the waitress a $10 tip as well. He did just this and made the girl’s day!

 

The photo and caption have since gone viral, and Facebook users are very appreciative of Dustin's efforts to go the extra mile.

So remember: Sour cream is definitely not a big enough reason to ruin someone's day. And a little extra kindness can go a long way.




Credits: mashable.com



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padiola 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
come to my country work as waitress and you will never get a tip.
What would u do? SUICIDE !!! Fuc king muricans
       
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It depends on how hot the waitress is as to whether she'd receive the 'tip'.
       
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Tip is not mandatory. No reason to get sad if not tipped, or some rude comment is written on the slip. (it wasn't even rude). Apparently, not a very professional waitress. She can't handle the reality.
       
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PhilT 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Cheap asses. Tip your waiter/waitress.
       
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Rude only in the USA and other places where employers are so cheap they don't pay their waiters/waitresses a proper salary.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
       
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gigantes 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
yes... in the USA, waiters and waitresses usually do not get paid enough to support themselves. there is a gentleman's agreement that the artificially lower prices the customer pays should be reciprocated in a 20% tip or so to the wait staff.

in the end it leads to about the same bill anyway. so... in the USA there is no reason to be cheap and rude towards friendly wait staff.
       














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