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As I said in the subject line, this book vastly improved our travel experiences.
I recommend this book for a good inside look at tipping in the service industry told by people who have experienced the work.
We tip not because we want to but because we have to, and that a good relationship and experience do not make.
He comes off as FOS, and something about his writing style is off-putting. I don't believe he actually ever worked in a tipped industry. Read morePublished 2 months ago by patty
This is a funny and easy read book about the tipping culture and a guide to tipping in the states.
As a European maybe not relevant but I enjoyed reading the book... Read more
The book was ok. Nothing like waiter rant - I was expecting more pithy and fun tales. instead, I got a manual on how to tip, which I guess I should have expected, given the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeannine Novak
Always thought I was pretty savvy and generous with tipping, but there are some in here that I wouldn't have thought of. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gail G
Not as good as his first book but you will learn about tipping! I never knew so many people expect tips!!! If you are traveling it could cost a fortune.Published 4 months ago by Stormchaser
It sure taught me some valuable information about people in the service industry. I now leave a little extra for the tip. It's only fair!Published 4 months ago by Nancy S. Jones
This was great fun to read. As an older female, I have never had, and probably never will have, the opportunity to visit a strip club in Las Vegas (or an S&M establishment), so... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sunnidale
I tried to like this but the author seems so angry about the world, I am wondering what is up with that. Not nearly as good as "Waiter Rant"Published 5 months ago by LDLewis