If you've ever watched Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives on Food Network, or a similarly themed show, and thought owning a restaurant would be a fun, exciting, and rewarding adventure, here's a chance to turn that thought into a reality.
CeCe Bruce had been working at a Steak n' Shake in Indiana for two years when she received the tip of a lifetime. After watching Bruce deal with some rude customers, a regular tipped $446 on her $5.96 check -- that's a 7,000 percent tip.
For many of us, Thanksgiving dinner takes place at the dining room table. But if your family's tradition involves going to local restaurant instead, you should understand the risk factors involved in breaking bread with hundreds, possibly thousands, of other people who might not be as hygienic as you.
In the movie Reservoir Dogs, Mr. Pink I think it was said "Why would I give someone EXTRA money for doing a job I'm already paying them to do?' or something close to that effect. And now that I've had a taste of the tip-dependent life, I wanna know, DO YOU TIP?
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