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Green Scorpio: RoyBatty: [i.imgur.com image 792x641]Okay, I vote everyone dies in this story.The dude that sells $7.00 grilled cheese sandwichesThe assholes that bought 25 of them from one food truck at lunch time... and made it worse by leaving no tipAny Manhattan hipster buying $7 grilled cheese sandwichesThe jackass that tweetshamed the assholesThe farktard that fired the jackassBoing Boing for being Boing Boing.I'm in. This menu reeks of smug hipster foodie. And any other adjectives I can't think of now.[i.imgur.com image 792x641]
keylock71: I tip anyone that handles food... Not just because I spent much of my young adulthood working in restaurants (from short order diners to high-end restaurants) and know what a ball-busting, shiat pay job it is,
puffy999: so I've always wondered why the cooks aren't getting the tips.
serial_crusher: Oh, they only gave you the agreed upon amount and nothing else? Man, it must suck to only get $170 for some sandwiches.
Spanky McStupid: doonerpjenkins: It's not unusual to tip at least 10% at a food truck...I should tip 10% to someone who hands me a sandwich through a truck opening? Please educate me: how much should I tip a vending machine that does the same thing?
puffy999: I go to a restaurant for f*cking food, not to talk to you
Deadite: I'll tip food trucks, though around here that usually means they're selling frybread.Which if you've never seen it or eaten it looks like this if you order whats known as a Navajo Taco around here.[25.media.tumblr.com image 500x375]They're also farking delicious with either powder sugar or honey or hell both. The people selling these by the roadside usually need the extra money and for these wonderful bastards I'll gladly tip if it means they can still operate and sell me more. I'll tip even more if they got homemade hotsauce that burns my nostrils walking up to the truck.With that said hipster/artisan food trucks that sell grilled cheese sandwiches for $7 will be lucky if I buy something from them. Which is weird since I'll go to cleaner looking restaurants over skeezy ones any day, but with food trucks I'll buy something from the ones that look like they're still running from the Zeta's over ones that aim for these guys.[stylecrave.frsucrave.netdna-cdn.com image 570x378]
RickTheVote: The stupid is strong in this thread.
doonerpjenkins: It's not unusual to tip at least 10% at a food truck...
E5bie: 1. Tip shaming by name is NEVER okay. If you need the reasons why spelled out, you probably shouldn't be in food service.
bunner: Rapmaster2000: But how can things in New Dork City be so expensive? It's almost like the things cost more there because the input costs are higher - especially the high cost of labor which is generally the largest cost for a business.Everything there is that way! Why can't you get a 3 bedroom apartment in Manhattan for $500 a month like here in Waco?! I just don't get it!!!! They must all be hipster people!It's called price fixing and people with more money than sense being all f*cked about about their zip code. Moves a lot of money around.
E5bie: furterfan: E5bie: 1. Tip shaming by name is NEVER okay. If you need the reasons why spelled out, you probably shouldn't be in food service.If you need the reasons spelled out to you, you deserve to be in food service, doing a job where you get minimum wage and have to rely on people giving you charity for doing your jobIf you only want inferior persons preparing and serving your food, you deserve what you're unwittingly eating.
keylock71: I tip anyone that handles food...
Southern100: "Anyway. The other rainy Monday morning, business was slow when a group of about a dozen customers sprinted up. This was at our second location, a stall the company opened in South Street Seaport to support the area while Hurricane Sandy repairs were happening. This group placed a huge order: three of this sandwich, four of another, three of the one that takes forever on the grill, two of the one that takes forever to assemble. Five or six milkshakes. The order came to just under $170."A dozen customers. Individually. NO DELIVERY
mekkab: thamike: Have you ever tipped a drug dealer?YES!!!/Seriously, is this *THAT* hard?! You want good service? You tip with cash/goods/cookies/whatever you got on hand
queezyweezel: Here's a tip: If you need more money, charge more.
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