r/antiwork Jan 14 '22

So sorry, I'm broke so I can only pay you $77 for my food. You were great though.

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u/dina_NP2020 Jan 15 '22

Until things change in the USA, this is the way it is. And people are well aware that wait staff make $2/hr plus tips. So if someone can’t afford to tip - they should get takeout or not patronize restaurants at all. They knowingly arrived to the restaurant and stiffed


u/Hoopduck Jan 15 '22

Or.....or.....you could work together to facilitate the changes needed to stop this nonsense once and for all? I have no idea why this hasn't happened yet, but I hope it will in the future. "Let's keep paying their wages until it changes" does not equal anything changing. Turning one poor person against another poor person does not equal change. Action equals change. Walking off the job in droves would equal change. There's more power in organized striking and quitting than people realize.


u/smenti Jan 15 '22

Lmao this comment reeks of privilege.


u/Hoopduck Jan 15 '22

Nothing like keeping things the same by keeping things the same, right? Great talk.


u/smenti Jan 15 '22

Whatever makes you feel better about not tipping 🤙


u/Hoopduck Jan 15 '22

Cool assumption