In my experience, non tippers are rarely people you'd want to be associated with. They're often very entitled, ignorant or narcissistic people who have never worked in the service industry and quite possibly haven't worked a day in their lives. In essence, being a non tipper is a sign of poor character.
I wouldn't know, I don't hang out with any. I'm a tipper myself, but it's irrelevant to the argument.
If you want to argue about character, I might even agree with you once I hear your testimony.
Actually, I think it was as low as 10% at one time. 15 was for better service.
I tip nobody, nowhere.
Why am I not surprised.
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If you are playing $25 BJ 5 times a week, and sweating $250 a year in tips, I'm guessing your degenerate gambler persona is no longer an act.
Is that supposed to be funny? I have a playing partner and we have an agreement to meet for a bankroll to close and get paid out. When I have to force myself to play because I cannot stand the Casino parasitic enviornment and people who make comments like you, you bet it's an act of cheerful excitement 20% of the time and negativity the rest of the time in order to stiff those purveyors of misery. You would have to pay me to be in your presence. You need to re-read the OP. Your statement contradicts the OP which covers off your lewd comment. I know it takes time for you to figure it out.
I always tip my change in addition to $1-$5 on a commission game like PGP just because I don't want to carry the coins around.
I'll also tip the room maid a few bucks a night and usually throw in my spare pocket change too.
Some people have told me this is rude, while others say it's fine.