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    It really is.
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    (Original post by TaintedLight)
    It really is.
    Well no not really, because you are paying them extra for their good customer service.
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    (Original post by Monclér)
    Well no not really, because you are paying them extra for their good customer service.
    Yes really, waiters are figuratively begging, in the form of smiling and greeting and serving, to earn an extra buck.
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    (Original post by TaintedLight)
    Yes really, waiters are figuratively begging, in the form of smiling and greeting and serving, to earn an extra buck.
    No, the smiling and greeting shows good customer service.

    A rule that should be applied without incentive when dealing with clients.

    Whether the customer pays a tip or not is something done under their own free will,the waiter/waitress is not forcing nor are they begging them for a tip.

    There is a difference between begging and receiving a tip!
 
 
 
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