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I've almost always been a reasonably good tipper, but after reading this book, I'm upping my game. I had little knowledge how essential tipping well is to those who work for tips... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Cynthia Engquistcindy
Funny well written and informative. If you liked easier rant you will love this.Published 1 month ago by Jessica
Interesting how tipping came about and who receives one and what is expected.Published 1 month ago by KlassyKat
I am hep to the tip. I usually tip 18 to 25%, but now thanks to Mr. Dublanica, I know what to do in all situations. Thanks!!! Everyone should read this book.Published 2 months ago by Robert Gallant
The book contains information about any tradesman or professional you might ever consider tipping, including perhaps, a few that you had never considered tipping. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Miller.
Having many friends throughout the years that worked in the food services industry. Steve is right on.... It's hard work, but then again.... Read morePublished 7 months ago by James Liaw
Follow up to the wonderful , Waiter's Rant.
He feels too sorry for the underpaid, and overtips, but compellingly gets his money worth with good stories and... Read more
Author had some interesting stories to tell. I thought it would be more technical so it was fun to read some of his experiences in getting information for other occupations. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Grandma Christmas