Tipping the tip
The latter usually happens only in the larger store chains.
Nobody explained it. Jerry pays the guy.
Tipping in america
Concierge: Tip for special services such as making restaurant or theater reservations, arranging sightseeing tours, etc. Widespread tipping based on loosely defined customs and an almost imperceptible transition into bribery is considered a main factor contributing to corruption. For example, Germans usually tip their waiters but almost never the cashiers at big supermarkets. This avoids handing over extra cash, which could be seen as a way of showing off your generosity. There is an ongoing aversion about both giving and receiving tips in coins, due to the low value of the denominations. Tipping can be used proactively to obtain favors, such as reservations or better seats. The normal way to do it is therefore to just ask for a little less change back then would otherwise be required.
Tip when he shows you to your room and again if he assists you upon checkout. You don't have to accept it. It is best to stick to paper money. If they are a helpful, don't smoke a pack of cigarettes, use deodorant and go a direct route, I head towards the 20 per cent.
Elaine gets angry and abuses the sky-captain and threatens to report him for trying to rip them off. In the US, waiters sometimes rely entirely on tips for their money, meaning restaurant-goers are used to tipping generously if they are happy with the service.
It is a reality of life over here.
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