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I only took seriously a viewpoint I heard at least three times, and in this post, I’m only including those viewpoints that were backed up by my online research and Lynn’s statistical studies.Here’s the overview, which is a visualization of the results of Lynn’s polling of over 1,000 waiters.And friends of mine would sometimes notice this and say sentences like, “Tim is a really good tipper.” My ego took a liking to these sentences, and now, ten years later, I’ve positioned myself right in the “good but not ridiculously good tipper” category.So anytime a tipping situation arises, all I’m thinking is, “What would a good but not ridiculously good tipper do here?People also consistently said that those who act “entitled” or “fussy” or “like the world’s out to get them” are usually terrible tippers.On the good-tipping side, people who are vacationing or drunk (or both) tip well, as do “regulars” who get to know the staff, and of course, the group of people everyone agrees are the best tippers are those who also work in the service industry (which, frankly, creeped me out by the end—they’re pretty cultish and weird about how they feel about tipping each other well).” Sometimes I know exactly what the answer to that question is, and things run smoothly.But other times, I find myself in the dreaded Ambiguous Tipping Situation. I put on my Weird But Earnest Guy Doing a Survey About Something hat and hit the streets, interviewing 123 people working in New York jobs that involve tipping.
” ran away with the “Most Uncomfortable Question to Ask or Answer” award during my interviews, but it yielded some pretty interesting info.
The easiest one for people to focus on was foreigners being bad tippers, because A) it’s not really a demographic so it’s less awkward, and B) people could blame it on them “not knowing,” if they didn’t want to be mean.