All false analogies. None of them make below minimum wage or constitute the future of precarious labor conditions that we and our children will have to suffer.Thatdealguy wrote: ↑Guys calm down. Let people do what they want. Stop calling them names if they don't tip.
You guys are acting like Pride parade that banned UBC or one of those relgion who knocks on your door and try to convine you to join their religion. I think it was John something.
You like to tip, that's okay. You don't like to tip. That's okay too.
Tipping will get the food faster? Maybe.
Do you tip the attendant? They shold be tipped since they are providing a service for you. If you don't tip, they won't clean your windows and will ding your car with the gas nozzle.
Officer giving you a ticket and a quick driving lesson.
Do you tip the officer? If you did, they may charge you less. If you don't they will charge you full price and show up to court when you dispute the ticket.
Vancouver minicipal election
Do you tip your voters? One party thought it was a good idea to tip their voters who spent their valuble time to vote. They offered $20 on wechat.
Tipping a copper is called a bribe, and many public officials gladly accept bribes, if they think they can get away with it. That's why they are paid good salaries. Voters are also bribed all the time. Yes, wechat, but what do you think Doug's buck-a-beer was? But you don't vote every day, right? No one's day job is to vote.