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User avatar #142 - fruhest (06/09/2015) [-]
Well, the tax on restaurant food here is 12%, unless you are ordering drinks that contain alcohol, that tax is at 25%.

A meal in an average restaurant would be about 18 dollars I think, but it can go up to 25 depending on where you eat and what you eat ofc.

I've only been to America once, and I thought the prices were pretty high (I didn't pay any, I went with my parents because my mom wanted to celebrate midsummer with some of her relatives in the US, we were in Manhattan so I guess it would be more expensive there than anywhere else but still).
I wouldn't rage on the single mom before I knew more about the situation, if she went to a fancy place with her friends or was able to tip but didn't want to and used that excuse then I guess she being a bit of a cunt but idk. It just seems really confusing is all.
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User avatar #139 - fruhest (06/09/2015) [-]
I would not have survived long in your country.
15% Is a lot of extra cash, I mean the worker's wage should be included in the price.

I almost never tip (mostly because I am a poor university student who can barely get along as it is, not because I am an entitled fuck ok maybe that too ), people haven't really looked at me in any other way when I pay... I don't even think we have that extra row on our receipts.
User avatar #140 - cooljason (06/09/2015) [-]
I which understand but it's just im really unsure on how to feel about this I want to be pissed off at the mom because she expected this worker to serve her then be like welp I can't tip you(probably because i was raised with this as a social norm) or to be mad at the different wages but with my mentality is if I can't afford it I won't get it including the tip( but i noticed that you said for one person a meal can be like 23? i guess it evens out though because most "meals" here are like 7 for a cheap one to like 16 for an expensive one like a steak or something and a pop for like 2.00 which would be like 9-20(minus taxes be cause my state at least taxes on everything) no tip but going cheap a 12 dollar bill with a 15% tip is 13.80 all together so restaurants near you must increase prices of food to make up for the no tipping while we lower food to "encourage" tipping.) Its just I'm conflicted on this so much
User avatar #142 - fruhest (06/09/2015) [-]
Well, the tax on restaurant food here is 12%, unless you are ordering drinks that contain alcohol, that tax is at 25%.

A meal in an average restaurant would be about 18 dollars I think, but it can go up to 25 depending on where you eat and what you eat ofc.

I've only been to America once, and I thought the prices were pretty high (I didn't pay any, I went with my parents because my mom wanted to celebrate midsummer with some of her relatives in the US, we were in Manhattan so I guess it would be more expensive there than anywhere else but still).
I wouldn't rage on the single mom before I knew more about the situation, if she went to a fancy place with her friends or was able to tip but didn't want to and used that excuse then I guess she being a bit of a cunt but idk. It just seems really confusing is all.
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User avatar #131 - fruhest (06/09/2015) [-]
Well, maybe she was celebrating the birthday of one of her children, maybe she had been saving up for it several months. I mean, if you have about maybe 3 kids and you treat them to a nice restaurant dinner thrice a year... An average restaurant meal can be about ~$23 where I am from, so four of them would be about a 100, yeah? And then dessert I guess.
But then again, I have no idea.

Also that is fucked up, why America always so fucked?
Here, tips are something extra and not expected, waitresses and other hired staff are able to make a living off of their wages..
User avatar #138 - cooljason (06/09/2015) [-]
its basically an asshole move by restaurants and companies to pay their employees less and have the public make up for the rest and i mean yes i do understand about the whole maybe it was a family dinner or something but really at that much wait like a week and save the 10 for a tip. I mean but even a couple dollars like 5 or something would have sufficed because we don't know either of their situations but what if the waiter/waitress was a single parent that bill would have meant $20.70(the common 15% "expected" tipping percent but now they did all that for whatever their wage is(i've seen some as low as $2 something to like $4 which is still shit). I mean yes it was wrong to take a picture of the receipt and post it and that person probably would have done it even with the 5 or so dollars. I still think that the tipping wage or whatever its officially called is stupid and the staff should be paid normally and if the service was THAT great the tip should be an extra.
User avatar #139 - fruhest (06/09/2015) [-]
I would not have survived long in your country.
15% Is a lot of extra cash, I mean the worker's wage should be included in the price.

I almost never tip (mostly because I am a poor university student who can barely get along as it is, not because I am an entitled fuck ok maybe that too ), people haven't really looked at me in any other way when I pay... I don't even think we have that extra row on our receipts.
User avatar #140 - cooljason (06/09/2015) [-]
I which understand but it's just im really unsure on how to feel about this I want to be pissed off at the mom because she expected this worker to serve her then be like welp I can't tip you(probably because i was raised with this as a social norm) or to be mad at the different wages but with my mentality is if I can't afford it I won't get it including the tip( but i noticed that you said for one person a meal can be like 23? i guess it evens out though because most "meals" here are like 7 for a cheap one to like 16 for an expensive one like a steak or something and a pop for like 2.00 which would be like 9-20(minus taxes be cause my state at least taxes on everything) no tip but going cheap a 12 dollar bill with a 15% tip is 13.80 all together so restaurants near you must increase prices of food to make up for the no tipping while we lower food to "encourage" tipping.) Its just I'm conflicted on this so much
User avatar #142 - fruhest (06/09/2015) [-]
Well, the tax on restaurant food here is 12%, unless you are ordering drinks that contain alcohol, that tax is at 25%.

A meal in an average restaurant would be about 18 dollars I think, but it can go up to 25 depending on where you eat and what you eat ofc.

I've only been to America once, and I thought the prices were pretty high (I didn't pay any, I went with my parents because my mom wanted to celebrate midsummer with some of her relatives in the US, we were in Manhattan so I guess it would be more expensive there than anywhere else but still).
I wouldn't rage on the single mom before I knew more about the situation, if she went to a fancy place with her friends or was able to tip but didn't want to and used that excuse then I guess she being a bit of a cunt but idk. It just seems really confusing is all.
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